TALLINNCash-strapped Concordia International University and Tallinn Pedagogical University are currently discussing a merger that would bail Concordia out of its financial debt and allow it to function as a state-sponsored university. The merger would be the first time a public university acquired a private university in Estonia.Concordia, a large private university founded in 1992, is one of the few universities in the region where all instruction is in English. The business newspaper Aripaev reported this week that the possible reason for the merger could be the 7.9 million kroon (504,000...
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