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Course code: VidZ1010
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4664541096
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Study course provide knowledge on environmental science and sustainable development on global, regional and local level. Analyse on environmental, social and economic issues and problems are given in interaction, taking in account causal relationship, as well as, possibilities of positive solutions. Study course is orientated to develop understanding all over the world as complicated, but holistic and interactive system. Earth environment is examined at atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere levels. Functions and mechanisms of these spheres, but specially, natural resources and pollution, are analysed through material and energy flows. Serious attention is pay for better understanding role and consequences of the man in natural world, building anthropogenic environment.
Course code: VidZ1000
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4664541096
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Study course provide knowledge on environmental science and sustainable development on global, regional and local level. Analyse on environmental, social and economic issues and problems are given in interaction, taking in account causal relationship, as well as, possibilities of positive solutions. Study course is orientated to develop understanding all over the world as complicated, but holistic and interactive system. Earth environment is examined at atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere levels. Functions and mechanisms of these spheres, but specially, natural resources and pollution, are analysed through material and energy flows. Serious attention is pay for better understanding role and consequences of the man in natural world, building anthropogenic environment.
Course code: VidZ1032
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11.52016420
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Study course provide knowledge on environmental protection and sustainable development on global, regional and local level. Analyse on environmental, social and economic issues and problems are given in interaction, taking in account causal relationship, as well as, possibilities of positive solutions. The course develops an understanding of the world as an comprehensive and complex systems whose elements mutually influence each other. Earth environment is examined at atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere levels. Functions and mechanisms of these spheres, but specially, natural resources and pollution, are analysed through material and energy flows. Serious attention is pay for better understanding role and consequences of the man in natural world, building anthropogenic environment.
Course code: Valo1359
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46646496
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The aim of the course is to form and develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in Estonian, to receive and give information in this language. The course mostly contains social themes. There have also been viewed a couple of questions about Estonian geography, the capital of Estonia-Tallinn, celebration days and money. The constructions of grammar are analysed in communicative situations.
Course code: Valo1457
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23323248
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The aim of the course is to form and develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in Estonian, to receive and give information in this language. The course mostly contains social themes.There have also been viewed a couple of questions about Estonian geography, the capital of Estonia-Tallinn, celebration days and money. The constructions of grammar are analysed in communicative situation.
Course code: Valo2408
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233232
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The aim of the course is to develop and improve speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in Estonian, to receive and give information in this language. The course mostly contains social themes. There have also been viewed questions about education, occupation and culture. The constructions of grammar are analysed in communicative situations.
Course code: VadZT102
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Center for European and Transition Studies
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2332161648
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The objective of the course is to provide an insight and knowledge about the EU development issues and priorities of the European Commission (EC) (including investment plan, energy union and climate change policy, digital single market, enhanced internal market with a more robust industrial base, advanced economic and monetary union) by focussing on the principles of EU finance management and its role in ensuring functioning of the EU. The course specifically aims at providing knowledge on financial instruments of the European Commission (structural funds, European Strategic Investment Fund, etc.) institutional finance framework (European budget, European stabilization mechanism, EIB) and its interaction with the financial markets and international financial institutions (IMF, World Bank). Information on EC working methods will also be provided (European Semester, EC annual work programme, etc.).
Course code: JurZ3084
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2332181448
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The aim of this course is to introduce students with regulation of insurance law in EU law from a systematic point of view and analyse national approaches of European Union Member States for regulation of most important insurance law issues. Within the course, European Union legal acts will be studied in-depth and researched their transposition approaches in European Union Member States.
Course code: VadZT103
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Center for European and Transition Studies
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2332161648
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Study course aims to provide students with the knowledge and practical analysis experience in the field of European Union (EU) public diplomacy. In order to achieve this goal, students are introduced to the EU and world history of public diplomacy, paying specific attention to the changing role and identity of the EU on the international arena. Students learn about key EU public diplomacy mechanisms, analyzing their efficiency from both theoretical and practical perspectives, while training to distinguish, evaluate and contribute to EU public diplomacy strategies designed and directed towards the EU external relations. Individual assignments in form of essays, as well as seminar discussions, group works and presentations compose the practical part of the course.
Course code: VadZT099
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Center for European and Transition Studies
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4664323296
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Th course provides its students with the knowledge on the political and practical management of the EU, to understand legal principles and practical foundations of its functioning, to have a good knowledge on its institutions and areas of competence, to comprehend the leading trends of the EU enlargement process and to get acquainted with the accession motives of the states.
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