Estonian universities introducing studying possibilities in Estonia to students in Georgia ({{commentsTotal}})

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Seven Estonian higher education institutions are introducing this week their programmes, application conditions and scholarships in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The Estonian delegation is visiting universities in Tbilisi. During the visits, the students can take part in infosessions where they can hear more about the studying possibilities in Estonia.

Study in Estonia, the umbrella organization promoting Estonian higher education abroad, will also organize an alumni evening to all the Georgians who have studied in Estonia before.

The Estonian delegation will also take part of Education Expo international education fair and will hold an infosession for Georgians where the university representatives will introduce Estonia, its culture, living and working conditions and studying possibilities.

At the moment, there are 110 Georgian students studying in Estonia on Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral level.

The following universities will be represented during the events in Georgia:

Tallinn University
University of Tartu
Tallinn University of Technology
Estonian University of Life Sciences
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Estonian IT College
Estonian Business School

Editor: S. Tambur



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