Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Cultural History
Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Cultural History is a course held every autumn semester as a part of the curriculum of Baltic studies. All international students are welcome to take this course, since it introduces important aspects of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian culture and society and will give an awareness to be able to analyse general cultural differences between Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Topics covered for each country are - general demographic information, the official language in general, a short overview of the countries' history, folk culture, literature, art and film, music, contacts between society and culture, the culture of science and practical language.
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FLKE.01.220 Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Cultural History (6 ECTS)
The course starts on the first week of September and lasts for 15 weeks. The first meeting is on the 4th of September.
On Tuesdays, we meet at Lossi 3-305, on Thursdays at Lossi 3-304.
Tue (week 1-5, 16) 10.15 - 12.00
Tue (week 6-10, 16) 10.15 - 12.00
Tue (week 11-15, 16) 10.15 - 12.00
Register to the courses
The courses are generally free of charge for the students of the University of Tartu and for students from other Estonian higher education institutions (See which institutions and universities have a partnership with the University of Tartu). Visiting students from foreign higher education institutions need to pay for their language courses only if they are fee-paying students at the University of Tartu. In case of the latter, consult with the foreign student office regarding the credit point costs and conditions.
If you have an active SIS account, see how to register in the study information system.
If you're not a student, find all the information on prices and registration here.
The University of Tartu is a partner of Eesti Töötukassa
(Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund)