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Why School of Governance, Law and Society?

Liberal arts in social sciences is curated by the International Relations and Future studies field within the School of Governance, Law and Society (SOGOLAS). The school includes various fields of social sciences like law, international relations, social work, sociology, governance, politics and demographics. The program offers courses from outside the school as well but as most social sciences are inside the school, the program keeps a tighter connection between the fields and offers a chance for more interdisciplinary research. SOGOLAS also includes the interdisciplinary lifetime research centre and also hosts the contact point to the European migration network. The school offers various MA programs, including international relations in English as well as multiple PhD programs.

Extracurricular Activities

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Both SOGOLAS and Tallinn University in general offer many ways students can have an interesting social life. SOGOLAS’ students have a student representation organisation Civitas that takes care of students’ educational and social needs. Institute includes many topical student organisations, for example the International Relations’ Society. University offers even more possibilities: from choir singing and gym practice to various social clubs and student organisations. SOGOLAS organises conferences every year, open to both students and researchers; as well as many public lectures every other week.

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