EBS High School is an academically selective school and new applicants have to take entrance tests in English and Mathematics. If the results are satisfactory, we will arrange an interview with our Head of the
International Program. Based on the primary school reports, the results of the entrance tests and interview, we are able to make offers to international students.
To apply to EBS Gymnasium, contact us by phone at +372 665 1384 or complete the online enquiry form on our webpage: ENQUIRY FORM
Welcome to EBS Gymnasium!
10 reasons to study at EBS Gymnasium:
- EBS Gymnasium is the only school in Estonia where you can acquire secondary education in English in accordance with the national curriculum.
- EBS Gymnasium provides in-depth economic and entrepreneurial studies, plus financing, marketing and management studies.
- Economic subjects are taught by specialists in the field, people who are well-known and recognized in the Estonian economic and banking sectors.
- There is a good academic atmosphere as EBS Gymnasium studies are held in the same building as EBS University.
- EBS Gymnasium provides in-depth teaching for the state exams. Preparation for the English state exam is particularly strong due to the all-English aspect of the curriculum.
- Graduates have the possibility to start their own businesses as they have passed the foundation course of creating a business plan and have experience in defending their business plan to the school committee.
- EBS high school graduates have good opportunities to continue their studies at EBS University or in EBS partner universities abroad.
- Very good level of teachers and state exam results, especially in English.
- Small classes and good relationships between fellow students and teachers.
- From EBS Gymnasium you will receive an entrepreneurial attitude, economic thinking and skills for the rational use of finances.
Registration for submissions opens on 1 March.
Testing will take place at the following times:
22.03.2016 at 10:00 a.m. in room 405;
11.04. 2016 at 16:00 p.m. in room 307;
27.04.2016 at 16:00 p.m. in room 307.