Webinars about studies in France & Germany

Tallinn

September 30, 2015 / October 14, 2015

Tallinn

Are you interested in a study - or research - stay in France or Germany? The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in collaboration with Campus France Estonia are organizing a series of events about study, research and scholarship opportunities in France and Germany. You will learn more about the higher education systems in both countries, you can gather information about different ways of funding and you will get answers to all your questions – in face-to-face seminars or online chats.

Webinars :

Please register for the webinars in advance, on the respective links.

Information Seminars  in Tallinn on October 1st :

  • 10:00 University of Tallinn (Uus-Sadama 5, M-439) 
  • 17:30 Technical University of Tallinn (Ehitajate tee, U03-302) 

Participation at all events is free of charge. 


Working language: English

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