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Research cooperation opportunities and professional development

Internationally excellent research requires good networking and mobility opportunities between research institutions and sectors of society. The University of Tartu participates in a number of strategic partnerships and collaborative networks that broaden our researchers’ opportunities for networking, professional development and participation in international projects.

 

 

Mobility grants for academic staff

International research collaboration partnerships

Intersectoral cooperation

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Doctoral defence: Gerli Silm “Test-taking motivation in low-stakes and high-stakes testing contexts”

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08.08.2022
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Doctoral defence: Christiana Holsapple “Narratives of positionality in contemporary Gagauzia: complexity and national normativity”

On 2 September at 18:30 Christiana Holsapple will defend her doctoral thesis “Narratives of positionality in contemporary Gagauzia: complexity and national normativity”
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03.08.2022
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Doctoral defence: Alena Shisheliakina “Being a woman and being Tatar: intersectional perspectives on identity and tradition in the post-soviet context”

On 30 August at 14:00 Alena Shisheliakina will defend her doctoral thesis “Being a woman and being Tatar: intersectional perspectives on identity and tradition in the post-soviet context”
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03.08.2022