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.
Loyal, gallant, steadfast and proud – this is the bulldog ‘King of Business’
The English bulldog is a strong, medium-sized, short-haired dog whose face and whole body emphasise resolution, power and vigour. Despite their awe-inspiring appearance, English bulldogs make for great family dogs. They love their families and are devoted and very loyal. The EBS family is small – our students and more than 5000 alumni over the world stick together. The bulldog rarely barks, and never without a reason.
EBS returned from the 20th Student Summer Games with 8 top three places
From 28th to 30th June at Kääriku Sports Center the 20th Student Summer Games took place where around 1500 students, lecturers and alumni from 15 Estonian Universities and Colleges competed in 40 different sports.
EBS was awarded with internationally renowned EPAS accreditation for economics programmes
The English language International Business Administration Bachelor's Programme at the EBS passed the EPAS accreditation and quality control and was awarded one of the most prestigious certificates for business schools. No other Estonian university has been accredited by EPAS. All EPAS accredited business and management programmes offer a global perspective and high quality studies.
Why is an MBA important? John Broussard answers the question!
First, let's talk about the financial aspects. According the the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC), the group that administers the main MBA admissions test, the GMAT, median new hire MBA salaries have increased from $105,00 to $115,000 in 2018. Granted, that level is impacted substantially by geographic location, industry, and experience of applicant, but as you can see, the salary benefits are non-trivial.
The best of the academic year 2018/2019 have been selected!
Some traditions just last. After the end of every academic year, student feedback enables to elect the best lecturers of EBS.
EBS awarded 159 diplomas at its graduation ceremony
On Monday, 17th June, EBS had its spring graduation ceremony at the Estonian Concert Hall where 159 graduates were awarded graduation diplomas. There were 96 Bachelor´s graduates, 60 Master´s graduates and 3 Doctoral graduates. There were 14 graduates who graduated Cum Laude.
EBS helps students choose the right specialties via design thinking
Design thinking, which has spread as a trend in management in recent years, has reached the Estonian education system as well – EBS offers people who want to start studying for a degree a short course developed by the principle of design thinking, which will help them make informed choices about their careers and find the most suitable university and specialty.
Leonore Riitsalu’s doctoral thesis: Estonians are not taking sufficient advantage of their knowledge and income to secure their future
The doctoral thesis defended at the EBS on Thursday, 9 May, reveals that Estonians fail to make full use of their knowledge and income in organising their personal finances to secure their future well-being. Instead, they tend to focus on the present and make financial decisions that are often irrational. The financial literacy level of young people can be explained through both the number of books at home and their family’s wealth.