Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences Suur-Sõjamäe 10a, Tallinn, Estonia eek@eek.ee +372 610 1900
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MASTER'S STUDIES
International Business Administration
Tallinn - in English
Become a leader for a trans-cultural business world.
Creativity and Business Innovation
Tallinn - in English
Creativity and Business Innovations (JP)
Tallinn - in English
Three countries, one adventure of a lifetime.
Software Development and Entrepreneurship
Tallinn - in English
Learn to build software and your business.
Game Design and Development
Tallinn - in English
Design, develop and turn your games into a business.


TOP 5 REASONS TO CHOOSE EUAS

Among the many reasons for choosing Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS) five stand out.

  • EUAS is an international university with students from all over the world. Our students have a choice of studying in either Estonian, English or Russian. Our curricula are developed in sync with corporate partners across borders and our teaching staff hail from an international network of like-minded universities.
  • We are small but focused, keeping enrolment and the day-to-day bureaucracy to a minimum and our attention where it belongs - offering our students the best possible entrepreneurship training. Our 1600 students make us the market leader of private higher education in Estonia.
  • We are a university of entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs and for (future) entrepreneurs. At EUAS, we try to make people learn valuable lessons from others' successes as well as mistakes. We offer our students intense contact with the business world throughout their studies in the form of visiting lectures, regular informal meetups and internships. On average our graduates earn more than graduates from Tallinn University or University of Tartu, the large Estonian public universities.
  • We are located in Tallinn, one of Europe's startup hot spots with ever-enhancing opportunities to find the right team, shape the right product, raise funds and take off with your idea. For aspirations in an intrapreneurial career, look no further than our good neighbours and internship-partners from the various high-value industries at Ülemiste City the innovation campus dubbed "the Silicon Valley of the North".
  • Easily accessible and low-cost location. Estonia is well-connected to any part of the world and the living costs (accommodation, food, transportation) are much more reasonable than in Scandinavia and the UK for instance. It's all the world's opportunities with no hassle and all the more fun.

    EUAS is a university for driven people who are after the next big thing.

    Challenge life before it challenges you!

    Welcome!

Admission requirements

undergraduate programs

The following documents have to be submitted: 
  • Higher Secondary Education Diploma  
  • Higher Secondary Education Grades' Sheet (applicants will be ranked)
  • Motivation letter in English (1 page, not more)
  • Copy of Passport
Requirements for uploaded documents:
  • We strongly urge to scan and only upload the documents listed above. Any other document or file will not give you any advantage in your application process. This only slows down the response time. 
  • Please only submit the listed documents in PDF. This is the only acceptable format. 

English language requirements

  • Proof of English level B2, IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL score of 46-59 is required (Only applicants who have completed their previous levels of education or their previous studies fully in English in the United States, Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, New Zealand or the United Kingdom will be exempted from submitting an international language test as a proof of their English proficiency). IELTS results can not be over 4 years old. 

master's programs 

The following documents have to be submitted: 
  • Bachelor's degree diploma 
  • Transcript of Records
  • Motivation letter in English (1 page, not more)
  • Copy of Passport
Requirements for uploaded documents:
  • We strongly urge to scan and only upload the documents listed aboveAny other document or file will not give you any advantage in your application process. This only slows down the response time. 
  • Please only submit the listed documents in PDF. This is the only acceptable format. 

English language requirements

  • Proof of English level B2, IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL score of 60-78 is required (Only applicants who have completed their previous levels of education or their previous studies fully in English in the United States, Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, New Zealand or the United Kingdom will be exempted from submitting an international language test as a proof of their English proficiency). IELTS results can not be over 4 years old. 



Application deadlines


Application deadlines

Admission for Spring semester 2023:

  • Application deadline for non-EU  and EU residents: 30 November 2022



NB! There is no application fee!
Please read carefully the general rules of admission before you apply.
The spring semester takes place from January until June and the Autumn semester from September until December.

All inquiries to be sent to admissions@euas.eu

Scholarships and grants

Scholarships and grants are a good way to fund your studies and are open to a wide range of students. Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences provides a range of different scholarships and grants.

Scholarship of the Ülo Pärnits Education Foundation

The application deadline is 1 May 2023

The scholarship is intended to support and commend students and lecturers who are successful in teaching and research in their exploratory research (studies, dissertation or master's thesis, scientific publication) related to the development areas of Ülemiste City as a future city, is of practical value and contributes to solving some matters facing Ülemiste City.

A contest for up to four scholarships shall be announced each year.

The minimum monetary value of one scholarship is EUR 1,500.

 

The scholarship contest shall be announced at least one month before the deadline for receipt of applications in the information channels of EUAS Mainor.

Documents to apply for the scholarship should be sent by e-mail to stipendium@eek.ee.

Specific information can be found in the scholarship statue.


 

Kristjan Jaak Scholarships

Applications are accepted four times a year, on March 1, June 1, October 1 and December 1.


The Kristjan Jaak Programme awards mobility scholarships to the MA and PhD students and young faculty members. The scholarships are open to the applicants from all subject areas.

Applications are accepted in three categories:
  • The scholarships for degree studies abroad are available for individuals beginning or continuing their PhD/MA studies at a recognised university abroad and willing to return to Estonia after graduation. The applicant must be able to speak Estonian on a communication level. The deadline for applications is once a year, on April, 1.
  • The scholarships for study period abroad are created for MA and PhD students wishing to spend part of their studies abroad. The scholarship period can last from one to twelve months based on individual need. Applications are accepted twice a year, on May 1 and on October 15.
  • The scholarship aimed for supporting short-time visits are awarded for visits abroad that last up to 30 days. These may involve participation in the conferences, intensive courses, visiting libraries or labs, fieldwork, meeting the relevant experts, preparation of teaching material or any other study, research or teaching related activity. The scholarship can be applied for by MA and PhD students, resident physicians and young faculty members (aged up to 35 years of age or 5 years from the defence of their PhD). Applications are accepted four times a year, on March 1, June 1, October 1 and December 1.
  • The calls for applications are opened in the application system one month before the application deadline.
More information can be found in the HERE.


EUAS Mainor Academic achievement scholarship

The application deadline is 31 August 2023

The objective of the scholarship is to value and recognise the outstanding academic achievements of full-time students at the Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences and to promote fulfilment of academic goals.

The value of one scholarship is 900 (nine hundred) euros per academic year and up to 5 (five) scholarships will be awarded. Scholarships are appointed by a decision of the scholarship committee of the Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences once a year based on academic achievement rankings. Scholarships will be paid out the next academic year.

In order to apply for the scholarship, students have to submit their application and motivation letter by the end of the academic year as stated in academic calendar at the latest. Materials should be sent to stipendium@eek.ee.

Specific information can be found in the scholarship statute.



City Council Scholarship 

The monetary value of a scholarship is 1,000 euros.

The scholarship is intended to support and acknowledge Master’s whose Master’s thesis or research paper addresses a topic related to the fields of activity of the City of Tallinn as a local government, has an applicable value for the city, and contributes to the solution of a problem the City of Tallinn is facing.

  • The application deadline is 
  • The structural unit of the university or the student’s supervisor can nominate a candidate.
  • Documents to apply for the scholarship should be sent by e-mail to raestipendium@tallinnlv.ee

More information can be found in the HERE



RKRN Graduate and Master’s Thesis Scholarship Competition


The scholarship is intended for students of the Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences who have defended their Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis this year and received the grade “excellent”.

  • The financial value of the scholarship is 1500 euros.
  • The chairpersons of the Bachelor’s and Master’s thesis defense committees have the right to nominate the candidates.
  • The evaluation committee will select two theses from amongst the submissions - the best Bachelor’s thesis and the best Master’s thesis.
  • The authors of the best theses and their supervisors will be recognized at the graduation ceremony.

    More information can be found in the scholarship statute.






ManagementAdministrationScienceHeads of CurriculaLecturersStudy Centres
Management
Mait Rungi, DSc
Rector
Ly Hõbe, PhD
Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs
Administration
Science
Heads of Curricula
Lecturers
Study Centres

ERASMUS+

Erasmus+ programme is an educational programme of the EU which offers the students of European universities an opportunity of doing exchange studies or do a traineeship in another European country and higher education institution or company.

Eramus code:  EE TALLINN15

Scholarship and costs

Erasmus+ Exchange Studies

Scholarship and costs 2022/2023 

Higher living cost countries

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, 
United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway

600 €/month 
(30 days)

20 €/day

Medium living cost countries

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, The Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

600 €/month 
(30 days)

20 €/day

Lower living cost countries

Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Serbia

540 €/month 
(30 days)

18 €/day

 

Support from the Republic of Estonia

  1. Additional subsistence allowance for physical mobility

Student mobility (for learning purposes)

Countries group

Host country

Additional  allowance per mobility (EUR)

Group 1

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway

200 €

countries participating in the program with high living costs

Group 2

Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Portugal, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Malta, Spain

200 €

countries with average living costs participating in the program

Group 3

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Northern Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia

200 €

countries with lower living costs participate in the program

Program country (for international mobility)

Partner country

200 €



Principles regulating paying out the scholarship

  • The exchange studies' period (mobility period) is calculated on a per-day basis. The beginning and end date of the mobility are certified in the Scholarship Agreement. The actual length of the mobility period shall be certified in the confirmation letter issued by the host university at the end of exchange studies.
  • The student will receive 70% of the total EC scholarship before the start of the mobility, and the remaining 30% when he/she has returned to the home university, has presented all the end of the mobility documents, and if his/her mobility period has not shortened. The Estonian Government scholarship is paid out fully before the start of the exchange studies. 
  • In case the dates on the confirmation letter certify the shortened mobility period, then at the end of the exchange studies the student shall receive the smaller amount from the remaining 30% of the European Commission scholarship (depending on how many days earlier the student returned), or if student's mobility shortened significantly, the student is asked to pay back for the overpaid days. 


Erasmus+ Traineeship

Scholarship and Costs

Higher & medium living cost countries

Denmark, Ireland, France, Italy Austria, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Spain, Croatia, Cyprus, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Iceland, Turkey

750 €/month

(30 days) 

Lower living cost countries

Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

690 €/month

(30 days)



Student mobility (for internship purposes)

Countries group

Host country

Additional  allowance per mobility (EUR)

Group 1

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway

100 €

countries participating in the program with high living costs

Group 2

Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

100 €

countries with average living costs participating in the program

Group 3

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Northern Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia

100 €

countries with lower living costs participate in the program

Program country

Partner country

100 €

(in case of international mobility)

 

Principles regulating paying out the scholarship

  • The traineeship period (mobility period) is calculated on a per-day basis. The beginning and end date of the mobility are certified in the Scholarship Agreement. The actual length of the mobility period shall be certified in the confirmation letter issued by the hosting enterprise/organization at the end of the traineeship.
  • The trainee will receive 70% of the total European Commission scholarship before the start of the traineeship, and the remaining 30% when he/she has returned to the home university, has presented all the end of the traineeship documents, and if his/her traineeship period has not shortened.
  • In case the dates on the confirmation letter certify the shortened mobility period, then at the end of the traineeship the trainee shall receive the smaller amount from the remaining 30% of the European Commission scholarship (depending on how many days earlier the student returned), or if trainee's mobility shortened significantly, the student is asked to pay back for the overpaid days.


Erasmus coordinator:

Denis Krivosheev
denis.krivosheev@eek.ee