Day two: Stars in the city and much more

26.04.2016
UT student Thai from Vietnam gives his recommended activites for the second day of the festival.

11:45-12.30 – University of Tartu gathers in support of tolerance

Studying in a multicultural environment, barriers of religion, race, sexuality, and so on should not exist. Sall and sallivus (scarf and tolerance) is an activity to show your support. Bring your scarf and create a vivid image of an integrated union.

13:00 – Come to countryside by horse to make scone

Never been to the countryside? Never ridden a horse before? What if you could do these two in one single activity? Save some euros and get out of this town, head to Agricultural Museum. You could learn more about Estonian farm work and bake scones. Mm, delicious!


18:00-22.00 – Out of the drawer!

Did you miss the “Tartu’s got talent” but want to see more talent? Go to Athena centre and see people taking their talent “out of the drawer”. There will be bundles of interesting “drawers” you could discover.


19:00 – Get fit in outdoor gym

You could have dozens of excuses of not doing exercise. Some of those might be not knowing what to do, or not having money for the gym. Get your butt off the couch and hit the outdoor gym. A great trainer will help you out with the moves. It’s not a problem if you go alone; you’ll find others having the same interest in the field. Let’s form a group doing outdoor workout together afterwards.


21:00 – Tour to the students lock-up

Spend a euro to know what the punishment for students was back in 19th century, the lock-up. You might hear fascinating stories about students in the old days. You can see all the drawings, papers, and so on with your naked eyes. I won’t tell more, discover it yourself.


22:00 – Nature barge cruise – star observation

What’s better than to grasp a cup of hot tea, crawl into a fur blanket, and observe stars? Take the cruise and feel it.


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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