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EBS International Summer School presents: 30 Under 30
The Estonian Business School has created a new 30 Under 30 award to recognize outstanding young leaders under 30 years of age. This year we will be awarding it to innovators who are working in the digital innovation and/or green transformation fields in Estonia. The winners will be selected by a jury of experts who include: Dr. Kerli Kant Hvass, EBS’ circular economy lead, Martin Kruus, co-founder of Four Energy AS, Tiit Paananen, VP of Engineering at Veriff, Professor Meelis Kitsing, EBS rector, and Dr. Anna Ebers Broughel, energy economist at Tetra Tech.
EBS virtual tour - get the information about the learning opportunities
Estonian Business School welcomes you to the virtual information sessions, which will take place between 16.02-20.04. During the sessions, information about Bachelor's and Master's programmes will be shared. Additionally to that EBS students and alumni will have a chance to share their own experience of studies at EBS.
Estonian newspaper Postimees awarded a book grant to the project ‘Is Estonian PISA Leaning?’ led by Kaire Põder, Triin Lauri and Andre Veski
The purpose of the book, to be published in the summer of 2021, is to examine what is happening behind the scenes of Estonia’s PISA results. The authors are economic theory professor Kaire Põder from the Estonian Business School, Tallinn University’s public policy lecturer Triin Lauri and Starship Technologies’ senior data analyst Andre Veski.
Helsinki campus of EBS set to mark 10th anniversary
The Estonian Business School (EBS) opened a campus in Helsinki in 2011, encouraged by the knowledge that interest in the school was steadily growing among Finns. That said, it was a step we took with certain reservations: not only had very few foreign colleges or universities truly established themselves in Finland, but many well-known Estonian companies had failed to make a go of it on the Finnish market as well. We were also in awe of the country’s education system and its quality – especially that of higher education, which is recognised worldwide. But in celebrating 10 years of EBS in Helsinki, we can take pride in the success we have achieved and set ourselves new goals for the decade to come.
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