• AASE SPEAKER SERIES

      Are you a resident of Estonia or it environ? Do you know what your prospective employer needs from you? Do you want to switch profession but don’t know how to go about it? Join top recruiters as they enumerate an array of options and seize the moment to interact. Date: Friday, 11th December 2020. Time: 17 – 18 (Estonian time) Venue: Zoom CLICK HERE TO REGISTER JOIN EVENT HERE SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS HERE Host: Daniel Ita President, AASE Speakers: Ergo Luht HR, Transferwise Rafaela Sousa IT recruiter, Transferwise After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  

  • AASE donates items worth hundreds of euros to the needy

    The Association of African Students in Estonia(AASE), a student body has donated items worth hundreds of euros to the needy. As part of its schedule activities for AASE’s summer unwinds, the Association on Saturday, 5th September visited the less privileged in Tallinn, Eastonia during which various items including food were donated to the less privileged. In his speech, the President of AASE Mr. Daniel Ita while presenting the items acknowledged the good work of the home keepers, stressing the need to give-back to the society. Daniel said the need to carter for the less privileged in the society is sacrosanct and pledged a routine visit to the home. Accordingly AASE…

  • AASE condemns killing of protesters at Lekki toll gate, calls for intervention

      Association of African Students Estonia, (AASE) has condemned the killing of unarmed protesters at Lekki toll gate Lagos State. This is was contained in a statement signed by AAES’s President Mr. Daniel Ita today, Wednesday. Ita called for the intervention of Nigerians at home, abroad and international community to avert further crisis degeneration, anarchy. “The Association of African Students Estonia, (AASE) condemns in totality, the gruesome attack of peaceful protesters across Nigeria, especially the Lekki toll gate spot. “This is coming on the hills of the request made by Nigerian youths for the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) captioned #ENDSARS. Over the years, this unit of the…

  • AASE, Estonia community celebrate African culture

      The International House Tartu in collaboration with the Association of African Students Estonia, (AASE) on Friday, 23rd October 2020 celebrated African culture and tradition at the Tartu nature house tagged ’African Party’. In a presentation anchored by Grace Muchiri, the Vice president of AASE, a student from Kenya citing the word of Chimamanda Ngozi which stated that there is a danger in telling one side of a story. Muchiri noted that there was more to Africa that many were not aware of. She played a short video clip showing the ’Top 10 most beautiful Cities in Africa’ to further highlight her points. To this end, the audience were amazed…

  • AASE inaugurates new executives

    Association of African students, Estonia (AASE), has witnessed change in mantle of leadership in the Baltic state. The AASE, the umbrella body of all students of African heritage studying in the Estonia, its membership, cuts across both undergraduate and graduate students with over 500 active members. Speaking during the handing over ceremony, held on 23rd June 2020, the outgone president, Mr Emeka Chigbogu expressed confidence on the crop of leaders being sworn. He stressed that the diversity of the team which he classified as ‘first of its kind’ was an advantage to the new administration. He further added that, African students have bestowed confidence in the  association, while lauding his…