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  • German student's impression of BFM while studying here

    05.03.2017 14:31

    Valerie Schullan, student of Macromedia University in Germany describes the experience of studying in BFM this fall. In addition, BFM's lecturer of Media studies, Dirk Hoyer comments the experience on the BFM's side.

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  • CFMAE Journal 2017 Vol 9 Singing & Voice Call for Articles

    20.02.2017 10:16

    There is a Call for Articles for the CFMAE: The Changing Face of Music and Art Education Journal. Abstract proposal deadline is 03/2017.

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  • Full scholarship for Communication Management student from Georgia or Ukraine

    31.01.2017 14:58

    Great news: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs supports BFM’s Communication Management student from Georgia or Ukraine.

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  • ELU: new teaching methods are being born

    04.01.2017 11:14

    This autumn, Tallinn University embarked on fundamental changes in the teaching of students. The goal is to provide society with young professionals who can grasp and are familiar with modern interdisciplinary society and are able to interpret theory and practice together, bringing new qualities to our daily life.

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  • PhD Thesis: Crisis brings out five participator profiles in social media

    29.12.2016 12:32

    Estonian Government communication advisor Päivi Tampere from the Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School defended her doctoral thesis on the developments of relations between organisations and publics during crisis on 20 December. The thesis focuses on three case studies: Swine Flu, the Fukushima Nuclear Plant accident and they boycott of local Rimi shops.

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  • Tallinn University Research Centre for Fundamental Rights

    28.12.2016 15:35

    The Rector of Tallinn University has signed a resolution establishing the Tallinn University Research Centre for Fundamental Rights. This research centre operating by the School of Governance, Law and Society is established in connection with the Horizon 2020 project HURMUR (Human Rights – Mutually Raising Excellence).

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  • BFM participates in the Finest Sounds project

    22.12.2016 16:26

    BFM is one of the partners of the Finest Sounds project that is a Finnish-Estonian cross-border cooperation initiative in the music sector. The objective is to bring more high quality Finnish and Estonian music to Japan - the second biggest music market in the world.

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  • The autumn highlight for BFM was Culture4D conference

    07.11.2016 14:46

    The end of October was busy for us. Conference “Culture 4D: Digitisation, Data, Disruptions, Diversity” took place. More than 200 participants from 19 countries. The conference was hosted by Tallinn University Centre of Excellence in Media Innovation and Digital Culture (MEDIT) and Estonian Ministry of Culture within the framework of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers.

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