Estonian Business School welcomes exchange students from our 60 partner universities that are located mainly in Europe, but also in Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa and South Korea. For international exchange students it is possible to come to EBS for one semester or for the whole academic year to study in any of the regular business courses. Every year around 70 EBS students study abroad, and EBS receives about 200 incoming students from all over the world.
How to apply?
Please follow these steps if you wish to study in Estonian Business School as an exchange student.
- Firstly your home university needs to nominate you. To do so your university needs to send your nomination by email to Estonian Business School International Relations Coordinator Ms. Sirli Kalep (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Nomination deadlines (for partner university):
For Autumn: April 15
For spring: October 15
- Fill in EBS application form and please make sure you fill in all the fields!
For incoming students in spring 2019, the deadline is November 15, 2018!
Email the filled in form to Ms. Susanne Söödor (email@example.com).
- With your application form please also send us your language test certificate, deadline November 15, 2018:
- IELTS (International English Language Testing Service) 5.0
- TOEFL iBT score 75 (our code number is 6744)
- TOEIC (reading and listening) 750
We will send the Letter of Acceptance email to you and your university’s coordinator. EBS will not issue a hardcopy Letter of Acceptance by default. If you need a hardcopy, let us know by emailing Ms. Susanne Söödor Susanne.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please choose courses from the spring 2019 course list and confirm your choice by emailing your Learning Agreement to Ms. Susanne Söödor Susanne.email@example.com, signed by yourself and by your home university. Your home university should provide the Learning Agreement form.
Learning Agreement deadline is December 19, 2018.
|INFORMATION FOR LEARNING AGREEMENT|
|Receiving Institution||ESTONIAN BUSINESS SCHOOL|
|Erasmus code||EE TALLINN 02|
|Department||INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE|
|Address||Lauteri 3, 10114 TALLINN|
|Country, country code||ESTONIA, EE|
|Contact person name||SIRLI KALEP|
|Contact person email / firstname.lastname@example.org , +372 665 1369|
Estonian Business School's exchange students usually rent private apartments in the city centre (EBS is also situated in the city centre) and often two or three students share bigger apartments.
The most useful and effective ways of finding accommodation have proven to be:
- Contact Ms Jennifer Einbach Jennifer.Einbach@ebs.ee if you need assistance in finding an apartment, the sooner the better!
- Websites specially for university students to find apartments in Estonia:
- Real estate sites:
Residence permit and health insurance
Rights of residence for students from EU
As an EU citizen students have the right to stay in Estonia on the basis of a valid travel document or identity card for the period of up to 90 days. After the 90 days the student has to register their living place (Population Register in Tallinn) and apply for Estonian ID card (Estonian Police and Border Guard Board).
Rights of residence for students outside EU
If you are a non-EU student, who does not need a visa to enter Estonia and you are staying in Estonia for more than 90 days, then you have to apply for the long-term visa (D-visa). We advise obtaining the visa before arrival in Estonia even if you can enter Estonia without a visa, because it is not in accordance with the laws and regulations of visa-free travelling and it may cause problems when reaching the first Schengen area country.
If you are insured by the Estonian Health Insurance Fund, you will receive medical service like as an Estonian citizen. International students who do not work in Estonia do not have the Health Insurance Fund coverage.
If you are a citizen of an EU-country and have a certificate about European medical insurance, you can get free medical service for medical emergencies and health problems which occur during your stay in Estonia. In other situations you have to pay for medical services yourself.
Students who have applied for the temporary residence permit need to sign a health insurance contract within 2 months after their arrival to Estonia.
Public transport card
International Club is part of EBS Student Council. All incoming exchange students will be assigned a tutor/buddy by EBS International Club. A tutor is an EBS student who will help exchange students with all the practical everyday matters during their stay in Tallinn. Incoming exchange students are contacted before the semester starts to find out their arrival details in order to go and greet them at the airport, and also to take them to their accommodation etc. International Club also organizes different events for the exchange students during the semester.
Head of International Club, Ms Sirel Lember (email@example.com)
Applying as a free mover student
Free mover option is available only for bachelor level students from our partner universities.
Candidates for admission as free mover students for academic year 2019/2020 should submit:
- official transcript of grades from your home university in English
- certificate of an official English test:
- TOEFL iBT score 87 or above (EBS code 6744)
- IELTS Academic minimum score 5.5, with 5.5 or above in each band
- Cambridge test FCE
- letter of motivation (one A4)
- a copy of your passport or ID card
NB! The above-mentioned documents requested should be sent to Ms Susanne Söödor firstname.lastname@example.org .
Deadline for the autumn semester 2019 - May 15th, 2019.
Deadline for the spring semester 2020 - November 15th, 2019.
Decisions will be made a week after the deadline.
Free mover students tuition fee in 2018/2019 academic year:
Tuition fee per semester on Bachelor level (30 ECTS) - 2200 €
Students will be registered for a full course load of 30 ECTS