EBS has initiated a series of activities to help individuals, families and organisations fleeing the conflict zone in Ukraine. Here you can find more information about it. The information is constantly being updated. 

For students from Ukraine

Estonian Business School is ready to offer full scholarships for the spring semester 2022 to students arriving from Ukraine at both the EBS High School and EBS University starting immediately. 

  • Please fill in this form and we will contact you. 
  • We will put you in contact with our students in order for you to have all the support needed, when arriving to Estonia and to EBS. 

Faculty for university and high school 

Estonian Business School is ready to offer teaching positions to the teachers of high school or university.

Refugee reception centre in Tallinn

Niine 2, Tallinn
Public transport: trams no. 1 ja 2, Põhja puiestee stop (Google map)
Open 24/7
Advice on the phone 1247.

More information here


    Important phone numbers
    (services in Estonian, Russian and English)

    • Emergency number 112 (police, ambulance, rescue)
    • General crisis information helpline 1247
    • Family Doctor's Advice Line 1220 (+372 634 6630 when calling from abroad).
    • Emotional support helpline 116 006 (+372 6147 393 when calling from abroad).
    • Migration advice (staying, working and living in Estonia) or 612 3500 Mondays to Fridays from 9 AM to 3 PM.
    • Ukrainian Cultural Centre, phone 5650 2572,

    Mental Health

    • Mental health counselling (in Estonian, English and Russian)
    • Lifeline (in Estonian and Russian)
    • - here you will find general information about mental health (in English, Estonian and Russian) 

    Links for supporting Ukraine