Adrienne Warren

Adrienne Warren
USA

Bachelor´s degree: International relations, 2008-2010, Tallinn University of Technology

Coming to Estonia...
I chose Estonia because it provided a highly unique combination of opportunities to me — to pursue international relations as a field of study, to learn Russian as a foreign language and have opportunities to speak with native speakers, to explore a city I had heard nothing but wonderful things about, to serve in the Bahai Faith community, of which I am a part.

Before coming here...
I didn’t know much, to be honest. I was simply eager to visit a part of the world that I had never seen before, and learn as much as I possibly could. I had heard only that Tallinn was a beautiful city, and tourism and outside interest had really only begun to take a hold there. This captured my imagination.

Student life in Estonia...
The world-embracing outlook that comes with going to school in Europe, amongst so many international students, is something which I don’t think can be found just anywhere. There is a real global citizenship that comes with choosing to educate yourself abroad.

Studying in Estonia...
... means having further global opportunities open to me.

Best things that have happened to me in Estonia...
The benefits of studying in Estonia for me are difficult to summarize. I changed as a student, but more so, as a human being. It’s impossible to recount the many levels, personally and professionally, on which I was transformed, humbled, and sharpened. Suffice it to say — my sense of life purpose was irrevocably refined.

I would tell others...
Truthfully, it’s an acquired taste. But if it suits you, you’ll never find another place like it.

My degree programme is...
Diverse, flexible, globally oriented, developmental, integrated, exciting, current, evolving, expanding, international

While being away from my home country, I miss the most...
Sunny weather and personalities.

Studying is in Estonia is an international experience...
Because learning to adapt outside of your comfort zone, and face challenges with humility and perserverance is a skill which applies across the board to any facet of life. Student mobility is the promotion of education in every corner of the earth, open to all.

My future plans...
I’m wary of making strict plans — because things have a way of working themselves out if you stay open. As cliche as it sounds, I want to serve mankind, make people happy, and through that, be happy myself.

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