Cyber training? YES | For IT- managers? NO | For business administrators? YES
The August Festival of Public Opinion reached essential findings - to put it simple, mangers must understand that the competition for digitalisation is lost well in advance if they do not think it necessary to buy soap and to show their employees how to wash their hands in the flu season.
LG Electronics tested the EBS students in South-Korea
It was in the spring of 2017 when EBS and Solbridge International School of Business signed an agreement of partnership that provides the students of both universities an opportunity for an exchange year. The team of EBS students participated for the first time in the 6th international competition of business plans in Daejeon, South - Korea.
Admission period is open!
Estonian Businesss School started its winter admission and it is possible to apply for all the Bachelor´s and Master´s programmes in Tallinn and Helsinki. The admitted students may start with their studies already in the spring semester.
EBS Helsinki Student Union became part of NESU
EBS Helsinki branch student union HEBS became part of NESU – Nordic Economic Student Union. For the Estonians probably the most familiar NESU organisation is NESU Tallinn, to which HEBS belonged as well. However, starting from this autumn, NESU-HEBS operates as its own suborganisation under them.
Alumna Riina Aasma before EBS Alumni Dinner: "If you don't start right away, you won't start at all, so just start acting"
Riina Aasma, one of the owners of the TV Tower restaurant says that our society is too harsh towards failures: “When a baby makes the first steps, it is considered normal that the baby falls, but should it happen later in life, the attitude is totally different.”
Habakuk Cup brought together EBS students and alumni of different years
September 21 is St Mathew´s Day. For EBS students and alumni it also means the joint golf tournament. This year the 21 September was Friday and the Habakuk Cup Invitational 2018 gathered 38 participants from Tallinn and Helsinki, including the alumni from among the first graduates of EBS.
Universities and enterprises need a dialogue
The results of a representative international survey show that the prerequisite for providing modern management education is a functioning dialogue between universities and enterprises, writes Tiit Elenurm, an entrepreneurship professor at the Estonian Business School.
EBS reinforced business relations between Estonia and Finland at a golf tournament
On Tuesday 28 August, the golf tournament of Estonian Business School, as part of events to celebrate the the 30th anniversary of the school, took place in Finland for the first time during its history. In addition to playing golf, it also aimed to strengthen the business- and academic relations between the Estonian and Finnish campuses of the school.
EBS study programme is among top 100 in the world
Estonian Business School’s Bachelor’s programme International Business Administration received EPAS accreditation in June 2016. This year EBS submitted its second annual Progress Report and received a positive evaluation from EPAS.
Cum Laude Honors and Meeting With the President Kersti Kaljulaid
On 18th of June, my fellow students and I graduated from EBS and some of us with Cum Laude honors. It was a magnificent day in Tallin
Education and Management go hand in hand
In June, a conference was held to present the results of an extensive Lead4Skills research encompassing 11 countries. The purpose was to present business challenges the companies are facing today and prepare guidelines for higher education institutions to help them better understand and address these challenges.