On November 2-4 Estonian Days will be held in Georgia. The residents and guests of Georgia will have the opportunity to learn more about Estonian culture, cuisine, education and science. Estonian Days also include educational activities, informing the public about higher education opportunities in Estonia through various interesting lectures, seminars and workshops.
The first day of the event will take place on November 2, with a joint concert of the Academy of Music and Theatre and Tbilisi Conservatoire: “Faraway, so close: from Tallinn to Tbilisi”.
Fabrika venue will host the final event on November 4. The Estonian educational fair focuses on the studying opportunities in Estonia. The guests will attend a seminar on the Estonian language and culture, the audience will also see Marja Nuut performing, a popular Estonian violinist. Visitors will be able to taste Estonian cuisine and meet the representatives of leading Estonian universities to know what opportunities are available to continue their studies.
This final event will be attended by professors of leading Estonian universities, Ms Kai Kaarelson who is Estonia’s newly appointed Ambassador in Georgia, officials from the Estonian government and various other organizations.