Many topics in the frontier of representing students have sparked anxiety. However the end of month brought joy to all of us with the celebrations of UTSU and the National Unversity.
Will there be tuition fees? What is the condition of students’ study and break rooms? How to be more active as a representative, but also as a student? Find it out!
The University of Tartu ranked 251—300 in the 2021 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking. How does ranking work and what does this place mean?
UTSU is the University of Tartu Student Union. It makes sense that the union represents students, but often UTSU’s other activities remain invisible to them. Now is the time to spell these activities out.
The Student Union continues to work on ensuring that the students maintain their will to study and the representatives maintain their will to represent. Read more about what we’ve done in September to achieve all this.
This time we summarize the whole year with a beautiful infographic. We compiled interesting statistics about where UTSU was and what did we do, and surprisingly, some of the numbers came in quite powerful. Enjoy the read!
Being a student representative alongside studying is worth a thousand praises and it’s no secret that the spring of 2020 has been a challenge on its own. We would like to sincerely thank everyone for their contribution, and as a result, we have developed a system for recognizing representatives, which we are implementing for the first time this year.
On 4 June, the UT Student Parliament elected Karl Lembit Laane to be the next Chairman of the UT Student Body. His mandate begins on 1 July.
We are pleased to say that we’re only a step away from the end of spring semester and school year. Final efforts before the summer, which will hopefully let us to move around without restrictions and allow us to be social.
One of the busiest months of the year for USTU is undoubtedly May, and it’s time to sum it up.