Baltic Studies

Degree: Master
University: University of Tartu , Faculty: International Masters Programmes
City: Tartu , Country: Estonia
Discipline: Business & Economics
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  • Start Date of Studies September
  • Admission deadline June 1 - EU applicants; April 15 - non EU applicants
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    This 2-year program provides an excellent opportunity to obtain an interdisciplinary Master´s degree in Baltic Sea Region issues and has an integrated curriculum with options to specialize in Baltic Studies, Media and Communication or Business Administration.

    The aim of the Baltic Studies program is to broaden academic knowledge and practical competence about Baltic Sea region matters. The Baltic Sea region is on of the most economically dynamic, technologically advanced and culturally diverse region in Europe.

    We educate the region experts who can provide expertise for academic institutions, as well to private companies and public organizations. The program is suitable also to the people who wish widen their knowledge about wonderful Baltic region.

    The program covers various areas with the focus on the Baltic Sea Region by introducing the international students to distinctive features of Baltic history, culture, politics, society and economic developments. Today Baltic Sea Region (BSR) consist 10 countries or territories - traditional Baltic countries like Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Nordic countries Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark, also costal areas of Poland, Germany and Russia.

    Dual degree option

    West Virginia University (WVU), the University of Tartu (UT) and Collegium Civitas in Warsaw (CC) have established a university consortium and developed the Transatlantic Dual MA Degree Programme in East-Central European Studies with a special focus on the history of the East-Central European region, with a concentration in Baltic Studies.

    Upon completion of the Transatlantic MA programme requirements students will gain an MA degree in History (WVU) and an MA degree in Social Sciences (UT) in two years, compared to three or more years for the separate degrees. Overseas expenses will be offset by Atlantis scholarships.


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