Daily allowances for student participants:
Something to remember:
The weather will be quite Nordic in these days: see the weather forecast for the coming course days http://weather.ee/
Baltic academic dress code is similar to Nordic - no suits and ties are required, even during the receptions (if any) and official meetings. So called 'smart casual' might be the top, e.g. when visiting companies and local authorities during the field-works - this means no T-shirts for boys and no cleavage and minis for girls would be suggested. As we will have long working days, your personal comfort should be priority: e.g. breathing shoes, sandals or even slippers for indoor activities would be recommended. We are not planning heavy walks but you may need to take weatherproof clothing and good shoes for field-works. As there are many spas in Pärnu (good place for a group work in a jacuzzi :-) ) - take your swimsuit. And there are plenty of night-clubs in town, e.g. at the place we'll have the farewell dinner...
All students should bring with their laptop computers/i-pads in order to be able to contribute in full power: to take notes, download data and documents, communicate, process data, audio and video files, etc. Usually, there are high speed free wireless connections available at the college premises as well as in most public places (hotels, library, cafes, buses etc.), so that you can work with your laptop almost everywhere online.