Project aim is to raise bottom-up innovation capacity for the benefit of sustainable and socially responsible growth in Latvia, Estonia and Cyprus, based on the experiences from know-how partners in Denmark and Netherlands.
Foundation for Society is implementing the INNOLABS project for a two years period until the August of 2016 in close collaboration with project partners Stichting NHL (Netherlands), Aalborg University (Denmark), Cyprus University of Technology and Interfusion Services Ltd. (Cyprus), Eesti Kunstiakadeemia and Stockholm Environment Institute Tallin Centre (Estonia), and Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (Latvia).
The goal of career counselling is to help the students make choices and decisions related to their education and careers. Counselling helps the students to learn about knowledgeable career planning, educational opportunities, the state of the labour market, and professions. It also promotes social engagement in the society as a whole. Students are better able to analyse themselves and their opportunities; to make informed decision, as well as plan and implement their personal career plans based on the principles of lifelong learning. Choosing a speciality is not the only career-related point of departure. It is also important to like and be satisfied by the chosen field.
The Academy’s Student Council makes sure that the students have productive and interesting extracurricular activities.The Council also supports the students’ participation in events outside the Academy, such as the Tallinn Student Days and the Students’ Summer Days.
The Estonian Academy of Arts has a rich academic library that is constantly expanding its collection, a newly renovated joint dormitory with the Estonian Music and Theatre Academy, and training grounds at Tamse in Muhumaa and Heimtal in Viljandimaa. Departments of the EAA regularly organise student, faculty, and departmental exhibitions in various locations in Tallinn and elsewhere.
The library is a specialised university library. We acquire reference books, scientific literature and textbooks. The areas of activity include art, architecture, design, media art, art history, art criticism, cultural heritage, restoration, semiotics, culture, theatre, photo and cinema art, and the history of religion.
Every week, the students can go swimming at a discounted price at the Kalev Spa. Those interesting in singing can join the Academy’s chamber choir.
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