Since its founding in 2005, Tallinn University has quietly and steadily asserted itself as a successful academic institution in the Baltics. The older colleges that combined to create it have so far coordinated well, and extensive ties have been developed with numerous academic bodies around the world. However, the institution faces challenges such as protests against the university's attempt to establish a new college 's Katariina College 's where courses are taught exclusively in Russian, and an upcoming demographic lull that could create a drop in the number of new students in the coming...
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