Tallinn University is the largest university of humanities in Tallinn and the third biggest public university in Estonia. We have more than 9,000 students (with 5.5% of them international), and over 900 employees, including over 400 researchers and lecturers.
Terje VäljatagaProject manager
Pirgit VoolaidFinancial coordinator
Skansen is the world's first open-air museum, founded in 1891. Here you can stroll through five centuries of Swedish history, from north to south, with a real sense of the past all around in the historical buildings and dwellings, peopled by characters in period dress.
Helsinki Zoo is home to 150 animal species and almost 1000 plant species that show the diversity of nature. Helsinki Zoo is one of the few zoos located on an island. It is the perfect place to visit due to its natural environment, animals and history. The zoo was established already in 1889 and this makes it one of the oldest zoos in the world. Helsinki Zoo also participates in the work to protect the habitats in the original homes of the various species. Helsinki Zoo´s mission is to work towards preserving biodiversity.
Susanna SilvonenMarketing Manager
Tallinn Zoo was founded on 25 August 1939. Tallinn Zoo holds the best collection of mountain goats and sheep in the world. We have an outstanding number of eagles and vultures and a remarkable collection of owl and crane species. As to other animal groups, the choice is more modest. Together with the invertebrates the collection includes more than 10,000 specimens of 500 species along with African elephant, Amur tiger, polar bear, black rhinoceros, etc. However, we can claim without boasting that during our existence of a bit more than 75 years we have managed to assemble the most fascinating zoo collection in Northern Europe and achieved significant success in the reproduction of our nurselings. The zoo combines 89 ha of natural forest and attractive landscapes.
Maris LajaHead of Environmental Education and Public Relations Department
Anastassia MakarovaEcological Education Specialist
Merle LaagerProject Manager
Södertörn University (SH) is located south of Stockholm, with over 11 000 students in 70 study programmes, and 800 employees. SH conduct education and research in the humanities, social sciences, technology and natural science. Research at SH has a particular focus on the Baltic Sea and surrounding regions.