I have two news for you, a good one and a bad one. The good one is that you’ve made it to the middle of Student Days in one piece. Hooray! The bad news is that there’s only half of the week left of these crazy events. Did you get lost in the Student Days program? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Check out our selection for today.

14:00-18:00 – Notebook afternoon


Have you visited the Printing and Paper Museum yet? On Thursday there is a great opportunity to do it! Unleash your creativity using ink, paper, and old-fashioned printing machines to create a very hipster souvenir for yourself – a handmade notebook. Extra tip: I made some really nice postcards there last time, and my friends really liked them. There is also a cat! Best place ever.

18:00 – The Bridge Race

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Hey, don’t party too much! Maybe it’s time for some good exercise? In the Bridge Race you will have a chance to run around Tartu, pass obstacles and win some prizes! You can still register on spot, just go and find yourself a team (2 guys and 2 girls).

18:15 – Society of International Relations’ Quiz for international students


Specially for international students! Come to Pahad Poisid and check if you know something about foreign affairs and international relations. There will be prizes as well!

21:00 – Student Band


A chance to see local student bands coming together to play. There will be a competition with a lot of prizes in different categories and, of course, a lot of good music to listen. Still better than Eurovision!

Source: University of Tartu ISA blog. See more HERE!

International Student Ambassadors come from all around the world and their main aim is to help students to adjust to the academic and social life of the city of Tartu. On ISA Facebook page and ISA blog they share interesting stories about their studying and living experience.

You can see them attending lectures at the UT, studying in library, walking in the nature, socializing in the bars and enjoying the beautiful student life in Tartu! If you want to find more, follow them on Facebook. They will be more than glad to hear your story!

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See you at the festival!