Apply to one of the summer programmes at the University of Tartu. This year, some courses will be offered on campus and online. If the pandemic situation won’t allow students to meet in person, all programmes will he held online with a reduced fee.
Summer University Programmes:
- 3 May – 28 June online
7-16 August in Tartu
Introduction to Lotman’s semiotic theory of culture, its theoretical background and context as well as new developments and a set of tools for practical analysis of culture.
- 19 July – 30 July online
Russia and EU=Russia Relations: Insights into Foreign Policy Actors, Institutions and Policy-Making
The role of the main foreign policy actors and institutions in EU and Russia, which are involved in shaping bi-laterial relations in contested aspects in EU-Russia relations
- 26 – 30 July online
International human rights, the law of the sea and investor-state arbitration
- 2-13 August online
Estonian Language Summer Courses for different levels via Moodle or via Zoom
- 16-25 August in Tartu
Technology use in education, pedagogy in the XXI century, educational technology in a complex world
Joint Summer Programmes 2021:
- 5 July – 13 August online course coordinated by Utrecht (the Netherlands), Tartu (Estonia), Riga (Latvia)
European cultures and identities, Understanding Russia and EU relations, the Baltic States and its neighbouring powers
- 5 July – 30 July online course coordinated by Utrecht (the Netherlands), Tartu (Estonia), and Riga (Latvia)
The diversity and unity of European identities and complicated relations between the EU and Russia
- 19 July – 13 August online course coordinated by Tartu (Estonia) and Riga (Latvia)
How do large countries influence their small neighbours? It is not only the history and culture, it is much more.
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