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International cooperation


Tartu Art School has been accredited with the Vocational Education and Mobility Charter. It recognises vocational education institutions that have successfully organised qualitative mobility programmes for their students and workers as well as keep supporting to develop their international cooperation strategy.

International mobility and cooperation is organised by Tartu Art School in order to internationalise the school and support students and workers to participate in activities with different language and cultural environment. That is why internships abroad, exchange programmes and international cooperation projects receive a lot of attention to develop professional, social, language skills and cultural awareness.

In the time of 2007-2013, the school participated in 14 international projects as part of the Leonado da Vinci programme. From 2014 onwards the financial support has been provided from the Erasmus+ programme. Additionally, some international activities were financed by the Nordplus programme and the European Social Fund. Moreover, starting from 2007 the staff and students have participated in international activities more than 200 times.

Tartu Art School is a member of ArtECult and cooperates with new international partners every year.

Partners in Europe:

G. Mazzatinti Gubbio Art High School, Italy
Reykjavik Borgarholtsskóli
Lybecker Institute of Crafts and Design, Finland
Städtische Berufsschule für Buchbindetechnik und Fotografie, München
Reykjavik Art School
Grafikwerkstatt Dresden
Gullkistan Centre for Creativity, Iceland
Hyria Education, Finland
Istituto Omnicomprensivo Polovalboite Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
Jyväskylä Educational Consortium, Finland
Education & Mobility Bilbao, Spain
Keuda Vocational College, Pekka Halonen Academy, Finland
Liepaja School of Music, Art and Design, Latvia
Lycée des Métiers Toulouse-Lautrec, France
Marijampolės profesinio rencimo centras, Lithuania
Riveria, Finland
Plymouth College Of Art, the UK
Riga Jāņa Rozentāla Rīgas Mākslas vidusskola, Latvia
Sataedu Vocational Institute, Finland
Balassi Bálint Nyolcévfolyamos Gimnázium, Hungary
Centro Zalima, Spain
Ljubljana Secondary School of Multimedia and Graphic Technology, Slovenia
Design Forum Finland
Sastamala Educational Consortium
Ikaalinen College of Craft and Design
, Finland
Vision West Nottinghamshire College, the UK
College of Design and School of Art of Burgos, Spain
European Centre of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Burgos
Riga School of Design and Art

Info: ave.leek@tartukunstikool.ee

Tartu Art School has been accredited with the Vocational Education and Mobility Charter. It recognises vocational education institutions that have successfully organised qualitative mobility programmes for their students and workers as well as keep supporting to develop their international cooperation strategy.

International mobility and cooperation is organised by Tartu Art School in order to internationalise the school and support students and workers to participate in activities with different language and cultural environment. That is why internships abroad, exchange programmes and international cooperation projects receive a lot of attention to develop professional, social, language skills and cultural awareness.

In the time of 2007-2013, the school participated in 14 international projects as part of the Leonado da Vinci programme. From 2014 onwards the financial support has been provided from the Erasmus+ programme. Additionally, some international activities were financed by the Nordplus programme and the European Social Fund. Moreover, starting from 2007 the staff and students have participated in international activities more than 200 times.

Tartu Art School is a member of ArtECult and cooperates with new international partners every year.

Partners in Europe:

G. Mazzatinti Gubbio Art High School, Italy
Reykjavik Borgarholtsskóli
Lybecker Institute of Crafts and Design, Finland
Städtische Berufsschule für Buchbindetechnik und Fotografie, München
Reykjavik Art School
Grafikwerkstatt Dresden
Gullkistan Centre for Creativity, Iceland
Hyria Education, Finland
Istituto Omnicomprensivo Polovalboite Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
Jyväskylä Educational Consortium, Finland
Education & Mobility Bilbao, Spain
Keuda Vocational College, Pekka Halonen Academy, Finland
Liepaja School of Music, Art and Design, Latvia
Lycée des Métiers Toulouse-Lautrec, France
Marijampolės profesinio rencimo centras, Lithuania
Riveria, Finland
Plymouth College Of Art, the UK
Riga Jāņa Rozentāla Rīgas Mākslas vidusskola, Latvia
Sataedu Vocational Institute, Finland
Balassi Bálint Nyolcévfolyamos Gimnázium, Hungary
Centro Zalima, Spain
Ljubljana Secondary School of Multimedia and Graphic Technology, Slovenia
Design Forum Finland
Sastamala Educational Consortium
Ikaalinen College of Craft and Design
, Finland
Vision West Nottinghamshire College, the UK
College of Design and School of Art of Burgos, Spain
European Centre of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Burgos
Riga School of Design and Art

Info: ave.leek@tartukunstikool.ee