According to Anto Liivat, the head of EBS’s Bachelor’s Studies, students highly value EBS’s international learning environment, the immediate applicability of what has been learned, and small study groups, where attention is paid to the personal and professional development of each student.
EBS alumni confirm that the university has an excellent reputation in the business community. „The competitiveness of our graduates in the international labour market is high, so is their income. In addition, in the course of their studies, entrepreneurial students often create a lifelong network of friends with whom to make their dreams come true,” adds Liivat.
You can apply for three undergraduate study programmes:
- International Business Management,
- Entrepreneurship and Business Management,
- Entrepreneurship in the Digital Era.
The unique curriculum Entrepreneurship in the Digital Era resembles an entrepreneurial accelerator, where you can develop a start-up company together with the team – from the ideation to the listing on the stock exchange.
The International Business Administration curriculum was awarded the EFMD accreditation already for the third time for a three-year period this year. This confirms the curriculum’s high position among the world’s 122 best business curricula. This study programme is especially suitable for students who want to start working as a financial or marketing specialist or first-level manager in a larger international company.
Both English curricula are story-based, helping even students without previous professional work experience to understand and apply what they have learned in a real-life context.
The Estonian-language curriculum Entrepreneurship and Business Administration is the best choice for a student who wants to study in Estonian and combine her studies with full-time or part-time work. You can choose between three specialization modules: Technology Entrepreneurship, Creative Entrepreneurship, and Professional Sales.
In all study programmes, the application of knowledge and skills is supported by an updated internship module that takes into consideration the previous work experience of each student. Students on all programmes can also spend a semester or an entire academic year in one of the world’s leading business universities with a support of a scholarship. The network of EBS partner universities is impressive – you can choose from over 70 top-level business universities in Europe or even other parts of the world.
You can submit your application in the online admissions platform SAIS (Estonian applicants) or via DreamApply (Finnish applicants). Spare some time to submit your application, as you will need to answer some additional questions. You can apply for up to two different study programmes at a time. Check the admission requirements for each programme here (Estonian) and here (Finnish).
All applicants will have an admission interview at EBS. During the interview candidates’ motivation, ambition, and argumentation skills are being assessed. The interview helps the admission committee to determine if EBS is the right place for the applicant. It is also an excellent opportunity for the applicant to get to know more about EBS, meet lectures, students and alumni.
The admission interviews for studies in Tallinn campus (Lauteri street 3) will take place July 7. In case the Estonian national state exam result required for application is missing or below the threshold, written entrance exams in Estonian language, Mathematics, and English language can be taken online on July 8.
The admission interviews for studies in Helsinki campus (Domus Gaudium, Mechelininkatu 3C) will take place July 13-14. The written entrance exams will take place online July 15.
Admission decisions will be published latest on July 14 (Tallinn) and July 21 (Helsinki). The decision to start studies must be confirmed by July 28. Fall semester 2022 begins on August 22 with an introductory week for first-year students – EBS Introweek.
You can find more information about admission to EBS undergraduate studies here.
Admission to the Master's programmes lasts until July 11.