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Tag Archives: Ukraine
In an interview to UT Blog, fresh PhD Lyudmyla Zaporozhtseva unveils how she leads semiotic research at a marketing research agency in Moscow. Continue reading
Pavlo Cherchatyi writes about his internship at the EU Delegation to Ukraine. Continue reading
Anastasiia is a fresh graduate of UT’s Democracy and Governance master’s programme from Ukraine, busy with numerous projects. She even calls her master’s thesis a project, which it surely is. Her first visit to Estonia was also within the framework … Continue reading
When I woke up in Brussels, Europe was never the same again. It was the last day of the EU-funded study trip to Brussels when Brexit came to realization in June 2016, sparking debates on the future of Europe as … Continue reading
The University of Tartu is blessed to have diverse students. This year, we welcomed Ukranian twins Marko and Levko, who came here to study the same thing: Democracy and Governance at the Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies. We decided … Continue reading
Meet Lena from Ukraine – her graduation story starts with almost arriving too late to Tartu. Continue reading