Nordic Ideation Week at Estonian Business School
For the third year already students from EBS, Copenhagen Business Academy and Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences gathered to solve real-life business challenges.
EBSters triumphed once again!
From 7th to 9th November, EBS participated in the biggest sports event for business schools in Europe called WHU Euromasters which took place in Vallendar, Germany.
Rigidity of working hours among EU and OECD countries is one of the highest in Estonia
The report provides an overview of the economic implications of the regulation of working hours and a cross-country legislative and policy analysis on the regulation of working hours and it shows that among EU and OECD countries Estonia has above average rigidity on the issue.
III EBS Olympics - a day full of fun and games
On the 12th of October the third consecutive EBS Olympics took place at the Õismäe Sports Hall of Games, where students from different study groups competed against each other in several sporty games.
Over 200 Kazakhs took interest in studying at EBS
The Head of Bachelor studies Anto Liivat and Admission Specialist Liina Reimann attended the Education Fair 2019 on the invitation of Kazakhstan National Education Foundation Bolashak from October 7th to 12th.
The Helgi Soutar Bursaries are awarded to three EBS doctoral students
Estonian Business School is awarding the Helgi Soutar Bursaries for three doctoral students in finance and management who are all exploring financial and managerial decision-making from different perspectives. The following doctoral students were selected for bursaries: Kristiina Esop, Renee Pesor and Jenny Silfver.
EBS took part in the annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE)
EAIE is one of the largest higher education conferences in the world, which this year greeted 6200 higher education professionals from 95 countries.
EBS has the most international student body of all the Estonian universities
According to the thematic evaluation report on “Teaching and learning of international students in the Estonian higher education institutions” by The Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education (EKKA), EBS has the most international student body of all the Estonian universities – as much as 36% of our students are international students.
EBS received the prize for the best presentation at the Entrepreneurship Educators conference held in the United Kingdom
Enterprise Educators UK is a distinguished network of UK universities which has functioned for nearly 30 years and also includes our partners Lancaster University and Nottingham Trent.
When a golf match is more productive than a meeting - EBS Invitational 2019 in Finland
EBSters have always loved golf. Last week the annual Estonian Business School Invitational competition was held in Helsinki. The EBS golfers gathered in Pickala Golf to take part of the competition.
“Not all schools are the same. An accredited school is a reliable choice.”
Says Sirli Kalep, a three-time graduate of the Estonian Business School (EBS). Kalep studied at the EBS High School before obtaining both her bachelor’s and master’s degree at EBS, whilst spending an exchange year on the other side of the world in Australia.
Christin Pootsmaa: “Studies in English? Yes, I would make the same decision again any time.”
Christin Pootsmaa is studying international business administration and will start her second year of studies this autumn. She will spend the autumn semester at the Barcelona campus of Toulouse Business School as part of the ERASMUS+ exchange programme.