Positive developments in the internationalization of the curriculum were highlighted, including the approval of the plan to offer more and more internships abroad. In addition, the plan to expose students to the Estonian start-up ecosystem was highlighted as a positive initiative. The acknowledging feedback indicates that EBS's work in further developing and enhancing the curriculum is going in the right direction and motivates it to continue. EFMD accreditation gives students the assurance that the education they have received is internationally recognized and is a quality mark of credibility for both local and international students.
Anto Liivat, Head of Bachelor’s Studies, comments: "I am pleased that for all the improvement proposals, our activities and results for the academic year 2022/23 meet the expectations of the EFMD Commission. The acknowledged achievements in research will allow us to base our teaching on up-to-date research results. The internship system, which has been evaluated by Education and Youth Board of the Ministry of Education and Research and awarded a quality label, together with the new courses, offer a wide range of opportunities for students' personal and professional development. I am also pleased that the EFMD appreciates the EBS's efforts to create the most international learning environment possible."