Marika Ģederte, founder and chairman of the board and Vineta Parfenkova, project manager, have returned from a visit to Parnu. “The University of Tartu’s Pärnu College is located on the premises of a renovated factory, complemented and expanded by the construction of new architecture. The library is located in the historic space, it is spacious and bright. In the new premises, they have thought about the correct lighting to display digital learning materials. Pärnu College is also implementing EU projects to provide better facilities. Graduates of the school continue to work at the college to improve and develop their curricula, ” Vineta says. A visit to Tartu is also planned soon.
The University of Tartu is ranked highest among the Baltic universities in the international rankings “QS World University Rankings” and ranks 347th in the world, which means it’s one of the top 2%. The university currently has approximately 13,750 students, including 1,300 international students from more than 80 countries, including Latvia.