Summer University Programmes 2019
Juri Lotman and the Semiotics of Culture: Contemporary Applications offers deeper understanding of cultural mechanisms and a set of tools for practical analysis of culture – cultural texts as well as cultural processes that would afford new insights into contemporary cultural dynamics. Scholarships available.
1–12 July in Tartu
Educational Change in Times of Rapid Technological Innovation examines the development of technology-enhanced teaching and learning in the digital era and introduces different innovative ways of implementing technology-enhanced activities in education. Scholarships available.
21–30 August in Tartu
Understanding Russia: Insights into Contemporary Russian Culture and Politics will explore the internal complexity and diversity of the Russian society and the multi-dimensional, often contradictory nature of recent transformations. Scholarships available.
15–27 July in Tallinn, Narva and Tartu
Current Social Issues in East Asia: Ageing Societies and the Role of Women will give an overview of the major social and demographic changes taking place in East Asian countries and offers unique and little-discussed perspectives on the factors affecting the region’s economies. Scholarships available.
12–23 August in Tartu
7th Martens Summer School on International Law deals with the comparative aspects of international law and human rights, focusing particularly on the issues related to Russia and Eurasia.
July 29 – August 2 in Pärnu
Craft Camp aims to introduce Estonian handicraft by giving an overview of traditional handicraft techniques from Estonia and to learn the modern usage of those techniques.
8–14 July in Viljandi
22 July – 2 August in Tartu
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Ms. Mari Mäesaar
Programme Director of International Summer University
University of Tartu
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