Sol Invictus wrote:Hi, I'm wondering
I only have heard someone complaining on the fees, but never on the content. You probably can compare professor names to Estonian film history and you understand what I mean.
I personally know 2 persons attending this establishment. One (male) finished his high school (ok, secondary school in our understanding) in a small town and then he went to study camerawork there. He is on his 1-st year now. Another person (a female) is more or less an experienced operator leading a rural film school and she takes the regie (2 days every forthnight). She is on her 2-nd year now.
Last but not least, I have seen some courseworks on our Estonian ETV1. I only found this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_CKtN-F0EY
Sol Invictus wrote:like to know how it is to study in Estonia in general for a foreigner
Eh, a difficult question. Afros are so rare, almost a curiosity here, and girls love them. Italian men and English singlemen consider Estonian girls, thus beating happen sometimes
After the Bronze Night, Russians are stared at, without any particular reason, but no actual beating happens. Food is expensive as is the housing. Internet and free WiFi are present everywhere. The crime is like everywhere in metropols, mostly schoolchildren (their Nokias) and drunk Finns (€+$) are targeted on the streets.
I see you are a female from LV, so shortly said, Tallinn is a bit of cheaper than Riga, the %% of Russians is less. English is spoken everywhere and German is spoken less. Other things are almost the same, including the common past and the divorce rate.