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Creative Writing and Storytelling

Baltic Film, Media and Arts School

- 17:30 - 20:00

Telling stories is the best way to connect with people. How to do it well? What are the mechanics behind storytelling? If you wish to unvail this secret, you're welcome to join this course!

English
190 EUR (per attendee, no VAT added)

Introduction to Interpreting

School of Humanities

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Would you like to get an introduction to the practice of interpreting in different settings? If yes, then this course is for you!  Theoretical part will include the history of interpreting, main interpreting modes and ethical issues.

English
250, Early-Bird 200

Information and Knowledge Management in Digital Environment

School of Digital Technologies

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Information and Knowledge Management/IKM course focuses on the effective gathering, organisation, storage, creating, sharing, using and dissemination of information and knowledge within organisation to enhance organizational performance in digital environment.

English
300, Early-Bird 250

Experimental Interaction Design

School of Digital Technologies

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This is a two-week extensive hands-on course in interaction design. The main goal of the course is to empower people to shape their digital environment thus providing a new level of digital literacy.

English
450, Early-Bird 400. For students 350, Early-Bird 300

Short Film

Baltic Film, Media and Arts School

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During the three-week course, experienced tutors will take you through the stages of filmmaking, from script to post-production and as a result you will take home your own short film. The three weeks are divided into 3 cycles of film production.

English
640

Gamification Workshop

School of Digital Technologies

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Gamification is a process that helps you create interesting, interactive and fun content from the mundane by adding game-inspired elements.

English
300, Early-Bird 250. For students 250, Early-Bird 200

English Language

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Tallinn is a cosmopolitan city containing a colourful array of people and cultures, which makes it the perfect place to study English during the Tallinn Summer School.

English
440, Early-Bird 390

Russian Language

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The Russian Language course programme consists of language classes, a cultural programme (optional) and an additional study tour to St Petersburg, Russia (optional).

English
490, Early-Bird 440

Estonian Language

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 Tallinn University’s summer course in Estonian Language and Culture offers an opportunity to study an unusual and entrancing language, all amongst the backdrop of a well-preserved medieval city.

English
490, Early-Bird 440

Introduction to Criticism and Theory

School of Humanities

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This course will provide students with a basic foundation of the vast fields of literary and cultural criticism and theory, with an emphasis on the most prominent figures and ideas from twentieth-century to today.

English
400, Early-Bird 350

Design of Serious Games

School of Digital Technologies

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Serious games are games that are designed for a serious purpose and not only for entertainment.

English
300, Early-Bird 250. For students 250, Early-Bird 200

Creative Psychotherapy

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This course introduces Creative Psychotherapy (CP) to those seeking a deeper understanding of human nature, and experience how creativity enriches and enhances our knowledge, perception, and emotional intelligence.

English
440, Early-Bird 390

Improv.English

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The Improv.English course is designed to give students with an existing knowledge of English a deep grounding in practical speaking that can be used in social and professional situations.

English
320, Early-Bird 270

Social Enterprises: Using Your Creativity and Sensitivity

School of Governance Law and Society

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The course is intended to contribute to the students’ systematic understanding of social enterprises in order to promote social inclusion of vulnerable people in the community in a sustainable way combining entrepreneurship skills with social responsibility.

English
250, Early-Bird 200

Basics of Game Development

School of Digital Technologies

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Game development is a process of designing and creating games. This course is focusing on making – coding and programming games, the course time will not be spent for putting together game design documents (GDD).

English
300, Early-Bird 250. For students 250, Early-Bird 200

Creative Writing in English

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Do you find that walking or travelling or spending time in nature springs words and stories into your mind? This workshop will draw on this powerful inspiration, with stimulus activities designed to stretch and surprise you into new work.

English
400, Early-Bird 350. For students 350, Early-Bird 300.