This summer, Tallinn University’s international summer school brought together a record number of participants. There were 430 people going to the lectures of Tallinn Summer School, coming from almost 60 different countries. Russia, Hong Kong, Estonia, South-Korea, Germany and the United States were the countries represented with the highest number of participants.
The main programme included 23 different courses, followed by two additional special courses for students from partner universities. The programme of our international summer school included language courses, creative workshops, as well as a variety of courses in humanities, social sciences and educational sciences. Most popular courses were Estonian, English and Russian languages and also the course “The Soviet Otherwise: Affects, Margins, and Imaginaries in the Late Soviet Era“, primarily designed for PhD students.
In January 2020, Tallinn University expects to welcome around 150 participants in Tallinn Winter School. The international winter school will take place for the 11th time and the programme includes 9 courses. 2 courses are tailor-made for our partners in Australia and China, 7 courses are open to a wider audience. All courses are professionally planned and give ECTS credit points.
International Summer and Winter School Project manager