Jeff Jarvis

Study in Estonia: It is impressive how well EBS, as a small university, has integrated international students into student life

Various studies show that the contribution of foreign students to the Estonian economy is growing year by year. The Study in Estonia seminar, which took place in the EBS Hall on November 3, connected the academic world, the field of tourism, and economic development, focusing on the role of foreign students in Estonian society. EBS visiting professor Jeff Jarvis, whose research focuses on international students and their impact on economy as well as sustainable tourism, gave a comprehensive presentation.

Read more

News

Background Created with Sketch.
Students Created with Sketch.
2
campuses

in Tallinn and Helsinki

1400 students 36% are from abroad from 42 different countries
57 PhD students from 12 countries
462 science publications
140 lecturers 20% lecturers from abroad
5100 alumni
33 years of business education
70+ partner universities in 30 countries
EBS graduates have larger income in their field than other university graduates.
Madis Habakuk

Modesty is a virtue but you will manage better in life without it!

Madis Habakuk, The founder of EBS