We look forward to learning about you through your application to Estonian Business School. Here you will find a detailed explanation of the admission process to EBS and admission requirements. First-year applicants and transfer students both have to go through the admission process. We advise you to pay attention to the requirements and deadlines.
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|Country specific requirements||Here you will find a detailed explanation of country-specific requirements|
|How to apply?||
Find the step by step guide for applying here.
Please choose one of the following to learn more about our admissions process:
The start of admission round for the study year 2023/2024
The application deadline for non-EU applicants in DreamApply for the study year 2023/2024.
Proof of sufficient language level
For equal evaluation, we ask the candidates to present an internationally recognized English language test, so that results could be comparable. Requirements are set by the university in order to make sure that you’ll be able to keep up with the program once you are studying at our university.
EBS reserves a right to waive the requirements based on previous experience with applicants from different countries.
Requirements for internationally recognized language tests:
- TOEFL iBT score 87
- IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing Service) 5.5 with 5.5 or above in each band.
Please note that the IELTS test result is valid 2 years!
- Cambridge test FCE (CAE; CPE are suitable as well)
The internationally recognized test of English may be replaced by:
- Completion of previous educational level in a country where the English language is spoken as mother-tongue. EBS waves requirement only for the following countries: USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand.
- Completion of the previous level of education taught fully in English in EU/EEA member states.
Please note that the transcript of the record must include that studies were conducted fully in English.
- Other countries have to present an internationally recognized language test even if the student studied previously in the English language.