Information from EUAS regarding the war in Ukraine
EUAS has initiated a series of activities to help Ukrainians. Below you can find more information about it. The information is constantly being updated.
On the morning of February 24, when we celebrated the 104th birthday of the Republic of Estonia, the Russian Federation launched a military offensive against Ukraine. This is not an attack on one country but the whole of Europe and the European values. EUAS expresses in strongest terms the condemnation of Russia’s aggressive war against free and peaceful Ukraine.
We express full support for Ukrainian students and employees by offering study and working opportunities, vocational and in-service training, accommodation, and psychological support as well as publicly condemning the actions of the Russian Federation.
On March 16, EUAS made together with the Estonian Rectors´ Conference of Universities of Applied Sciences (RCUAS) a supportive statement for Ukrainians and condemnation of war.
Extended admission for Ukrainian students who are war refugees (updated 24.08.2022)
Scholarship for Ukrainian refugees
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS) is intermediating governmental support for Ukrainian refugees in form of a limited number of tuition-free study places for the fall 2022 semester.
The scholarship is offered for the following English-taught Bachelor programs: Creativity and Business Innovation, Software Development and Entrepreneurship, Game Design and Development as well as Master program: International Business Administration (MBA). Studying at the EUAS is an excellent opportunity to begin a new journey, learn a new profession or take your knowledge to the next level.
Admission criteria are a higher secondary education diploma for Bachelor's programs or an undergraduate diploma for a Master's program (which can be submitted without a delay) and an English proficiency level B2 (a free online language test is available for those who need to indicate their proficiency).
The admission deadline has been extended for the Ukrainian refugees who have already arrived in Estonia. Admission is open until September 5, 2022.
More information: email@example.com
Admission to EUAS’ English and Russian-speaking study programs is open. The application deadline for Ukrainian war refugees is 06. September for all English- and Russian-taught study programs. The prerequisite for acceptance to EUAS is successfully passing the entrance tests and interview, please check the EUAS admission process for details. EUAS is offering a 10% tuition-fee discount for Ukrainian refugees.
EUAS is offering war refugees with Ukrainian citizenship two tuition-free study places. As in Estonian, there is a huge lack of labor force in the field of ICT and Ukrainian are known for their ICT skills one scholarship is offered in English-taught ‘Software Development and Entrepreneurship’ specialty. Considering the language preferences another scholarship is offered in Russian-taught specialty ‘Стратегическое Управление Предприятием’. More information about the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Scholarship 2022 for the Postgraduate International Business Administration Master's Programme can be found HERE.
Job opportunities for teaching staff from Ukraine
If you are qualified and interested in teaching opportunities in EUAS’ English and Russian-taught specialties, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. As a university of applied sciences, we are regularly looking for practitioners and/or academicians with the required background for our part-time positions.
We are encouraging everyone to stand united and support the members of our university regardless of their nationality. If anyone in the academic family, including students and staff, needs help due to the war in Ukraine, please feel free to contact Taimi.Elenurm@eek.ee
EUAS student hostel is located conveniently next to EUAS main building and is offering accommodation to both students and non-students at a reasonable price. EUAS is offering a 10% discount for Ukrainian students staying at the EUAS hostel. There are larger and smaller double rooms available, utilities included. Please contact email@example.com or check booking.com for further details.
Charity opportunities to support Ukrainian students
EUAS has opened a fundraising account/support fund for Ukrainian refugees helping them to cover EUAS’ tuition-free and living expenses. You can support Ukrainian students by donating to the EUAS Scholarship fund:
Sihtasutus Teadlik Valik
All students and employees can submit their questions and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Estonian Government https://kriis.ee/uk-UA
Study in Estonia https://www.studyinestonia.ee/
Work in Estonia https://www.workinestonia.com/
State information line 1247
Refugee centers in Pärnu, Tartu and Tallinn