Hala A. Abdelgaffar defends doctoral thesis „Responsible Management Education: Practices, Challenges, and Prospects“
See the defence on Monday, 3 May at 13:00-15:00 via live broadcast on EBS YouTube channel.
Admission process to EBS
We have listed important dates and information regarding admissions to Estonian Business School. Get to know everything you need and hope to see you at EBS this fall!
Free Market Roadshow in Tallinn: The non-intended consequences of regulations - what have we forgotten since 1991?
The Free Market Roadshow returns to Tallinn virtually with the collaboration of local partner EBS’s Centre for Free Economic Thought. EBS’s Rector professor Meelis Kitsing, Edmund Burke’s Society’s founder Hardo Pajula, and Ratio Institute’s founder Nils Karlson will discuss the non-intended consequences of the increase of government intervention in the economy, especially in post-socialist countries that implemented radical reforms in the early 1990s. Have we forgotten our lessons from the past?
Estonian Business School’s sports team is running for charity
EBS is participating in the ROYALS CUP online charity running competition on 19-26 April to collect funds for a COVID-19 aid program.
Maxime Chardon: „Golf is the best way to push your limits“
Arnold Palmer, one of the most famous professional golfers has said: “Success in golf depends less on strength of body than upon strength of mind and character.” If you want to discover the secrets of golf and to find out more about yourself, you are welcome to join EBS masterclass „Golf for Business“ led by PGA Pro Maxime Chardon.
Satellite #7: Does the green transformation really bring us a better future?
What are the key challenges that sustainable and digital transformations face all around the world and in Estonia particularly? How do we get electricity prices down in the future? Where will the over-subsidised airlines fit in? EBS rector professor Meelis Kitsing and Tetra Tech renewable economist and EBS guest lecturer dr Anna Ebers Broughel will share their opinion on these topics in podcast Satellite.
EBS Helsinki Alumna Paula Kuusipalo-Määttä: “EBS changed my life and made me think differently”
2021 marks the 10th date of establishing Estonian Business School’s Helsinki campus. We will introduce you EBS Helsinki Alumni in the next few months; April is dedicated to the graduates of 2014. Let’s get to know their stories and how EBS and its community has changed their lives.
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.
EBS Circular Economy Lead Kerli Kant Hvass: “Business schools will have a big role in the transition to the circular economy”
The Estonian Business School, one of the founding members of Green Tiger, hired Kerli Kant Hvass as a Circular Economy Lead in January. Her goal in this position is to develop training seminars for companies on the circular and green economy, to think along on the development of EBS’s green and circular economy strategies, advise on the development process of applied doctoral studies, and to create a vision and concept for creating a circular economy competence center.