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About EBS

Estonian Business School (EBS) — private for-profit institution. It is located in Tallinn, Estonia. It is one of the youngest higher education institutions in the country. EBS is working together with European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Central and East European management Development Association (CEEMAN), Baltic Management Development Association (BMDA).

EBS conducts research in many fields of study. For more information, visit the official site.

LocationTallinn, Estonia
Establishment year1988
Acceptance rate70%
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EBS tuition fees

The academic calendar at EBS is divided into two semesters, as in many other universities in Estonia. For convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. Tuition fees at EBS are different for locals and foreigners. Estonia citizens pay 5,358 USD per year, while international students pay a minimum of 5,000 USD. The university provides tuition assistance to some students through financial aid programs. They are available to both locals and foreigners. Check the university website for up-to-date information on prices and available scholarships.

It is necessary to pay attention to other costs: accommodation, transportation, study materials, food, and personal expenses.

Academic calendarSemesters
Financial AidYes

Bachelor degree at EBS

Undergraduate studies at EBS are eligible if you pass the entrance exams.

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EBS campus

The campus of the educational institution is located in Tallinn. This opens up all the delights of life in a big city for students: a rich infrastructure, a large selection of entertainment, convenient transport, as well as more opportunities for internships or part-time jobs. However, for some students, such an abundance of opportunities can be distracting. The university has a library, in the collection of which you will find not only textbooks and scientific works, but also works of the classics, modern literature and much more. Foreigners who come to EBS through exchange programs study and live with local students. Thus, the university promotes intercultural exchange and the establishment of interethnic relations.

Campus TypeUrban

What to do after graduation

After graduation, you can stay in Estonia for up to 9 months by applying for a job seeker visa. This must be done before the student visa expires. We talk about other options for immigration in our article.

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