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Why School of Humanities?

  • Tallinn University is a vibrant study and research centre situated in the capital of Estonia. It is almost in the city centre and easily accessible by public transport. The Tallinn Port, Bus Terminal and Airport are within easy reach. 
  • The School of Humanities is the biggest unit in Tallinn concentrating on teaching and research of Humanities. We are running a number of curricula at BA, MA and PhD level.
  • Our school is interdisciplinary and international, innovative and teamwork-orientated. We welcome both foreign staff and students. We have students from the United States, Nigeria, Ghana, Germany, Spain, Costa Rica, Finland, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, China, Turkey and many other countries.
  • Due to our Erasmus contacts, our students have excellent opportunities to spend a part of their studies abroad. We also welcome a growing number of incoming Erasmus students every year.
  • All our curricula promote the individual development of every learner, close contacts between students and teaching staff are vitally important.
  • Read more about the ranking of Tallinn University.

Extracurricular Activities

Anthropology NGO Facebook group and blog.

The Estonian Anthropology Association is a student-run NGO founded in 2008 to promote anthropology and anthropological education in Estonia and abroad. The organization closely collaborates with the School of Humanities, Tallinn University.

Inimkond Seminar Series (Current Issues in Anthropology and Beyond)

This seminar series features speakers from anthropology and related fields, and fosters discussion of their research with a transdisciplinary audience. It aims to contribute to the culture of academic scholarship and debate at Tallinn University. Speakers include both local researchers and guests from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds and with various interpretations on anthropological theory and methods. Presentations in the seminar series will be of interest to staff and students in anthropology, cultural theory, sociology, and history, among others.

European Association of Social Anthropology Conference 2014

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