What is the one question crucial for educational innovation?
Entrepreneur and innovator Peter Vesterbacka and EBS Head of Development and Innovation Andreas Veispak discuss educational innovation, where it takes place and what contributes to it in the provision of business education in the latest episode of EBS podcast Satellite. It is also the first public recording of the podcast in Satellite’s history at the Aparaadio Podcast Festival.
EBS women’s football team won their first ever medals
The EBS women’s football team participated in the PCU Games in Antwerp, where they secured third place in a high-level futsal tournament.
What kind of leaders does the future need? Listen to the EBS podcast about a circular economy!
Can a circular business be profitable? If so, why have we been talking about it for the last 30 years yet without putting it into action? What knowledge do today's top managers lack and what needs to change? David Peck, Professor at Delft University of Technology, and Hando Sutter, CEO of Eesti Energia, provide answers to these and many other questions in EBS podcast. The conversation is moderated by Siiri Mall Musten, Head of programme "21 century leader" design at EBS.
EBS Open Doors Week
EBS will organize Open Doors Week on 02.05. - 06.05.2022. Throughout the week you can get to know EBS and learn more about study opportunities at the university. We will introduce our bachelor's, master’s, and doctoral studies during the week. In addition, it is possible to visit our Helsinki branch.
Throwback To The Golden Haba Gala 2022
The EBS Golden Haba Gala is derived from the name of the founder of Estonian Business School - Madis Habakuk and is awarded by EBS with the aim to acknowledge our most excellent staff members, lecturers, students, partners and alumni.
EBS students win an International Case Study Competition
On 15 March, a case study competition was held by The Research Institute of Society and Economics (RISE). Students from different management and business schools were called to participate in an international case study competition for solving strategic business challenges in a global market.
Top executives who have graduated from the EBS international development programme will lead their companies to sustainable success
The Estonian Business School (EBS) Executive Education, in cooperation with other reputable universities and internationally recognised experts, invites top executives to join a development programme that will help their companies succeed sustainably, conserving natural resources and ensuring people's well-being.
Call for participation in The Nordic Sustainable Entrepreneurship Network projects
The Nordic Sustainable Entrepreneurship Network (NordSEnt) is a collaboration Project between higher education institutions in four Nordic and Baltic countries. The project aims to increase the numbers of sustainable entrepreneurs through the establishment of a platform which focuses on collaboration, knowledge and experience at the universities involved in the project.
A new toolbox for teaching about the creative industries
EBS's research group "Creative Industries and Smart Cities", together with the best creative industry experts from Iceland, Norway and Estonia put their heads together, involved experts from elsewhere and created teaching materials for the creative industries and entrepreneurship, i.e. a toolbox that universities and creative incubators can use for free.
Sleep, despite the difficulties – celebrate a sleep week
Sleep week at the Estonian universities is a collaborative initiative by the psychologists working at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tartu University, Estonian Business School, TTK University of Applied Sciences and the mental health website Peaasi.ee (Head Matters). The main objective of the week is to promote sleep hygiene tips amongst the students and adults.
KSE is raising funds for humanitarian aid
It is heart-warming to see how many of us support Ukraine in various ways. EBS Project partner Kyiv School of Economics sent us information how we could offer additional support to Ukraine.
Estonian universities halting cooperation with Russian and Belarusian institutions of higher education and research organizations
We consider Russia's aggression unjustified and condemn the military attack on an independent state. As a result, all Estonian universities have decided to halt cooperation with institutions of higher education and research organizations in Russia and Belarus.