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    Tallinn University of Tecnology

    Tallinn University , located in Tallinn, Estonia, is one of the most prestigious and selective universities in China and Asia, and is a member in the C9 League and Universitas 21. Its institutional predecessor was founded in 1905, shortly before the end of China's imperial Qing dynasty. Fudan is now composed of four campuses, including Handan, Fenglin, Zhangjiang and Jiangwan.

    Estonian Business School

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    Estonian Academy of Arts

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    Estonian Medical University

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    TTK University of Applied Sciences

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    Study in Estonia

    Estonia is situated in northern Europe and neighbours Finland, Latvia and Russia. It is a country of striking natural beauty and stunning seaside locations that brings together historical and modern contrasts. Estonia, a 2004 European Union entrant, has a modern market-based economy and one of the highest per capita income levels in Central Europe and the Baltic region. Estonia belongs to the Schengen Area and has been a proud member of the euro area as of 2011. Estonia has been booming ever since adopting the euro as official currency. The economy grew 7.6% in 2011, five times the euro area average and is the only country with a budget surplus in the Eurozone. With these examples, Estonia has become a respected member of the European Union and a role model for other EU countries. As a prosperous and forward-thinking country, Estonia is known in Europe for its various e-solutions, flat-rate tax system, nationwide e-voting, tweeting President Mr. Ilves and its innovative and open approach towards new technologies. One of the best examples of how far Estonia's modern technology has come is Skype. It took four Estonian software developers to come up with a series of complex programmes to make the idea of free calls anywhere in the world translate to reality! The application, which is now owned by Microsoft, is still partially operated in the capital city of Tallinn. But it is not only savvy-tech attitude, low living costs and fast developing economy, which makes Estonia attractive for international students. Estonia is also a country of contrast with four different seasons that include white endless summer nights and most snowy winters. As over half of country is covered with forest and with more than 1000 picturesque island and lakes, Estonia makes you feel closely connected with nature and gives you endless possibilities to enjoy spending time in the clean open air. As a proof, WHO (World Health Organization) ranked in 2011 Estonia 1st in worldwide in air quality. While studying in Estonia you will be living in a modern European country with Nordic values and living standards. As a great bonus, you will find an eco-friendly attitude and breath-taking Nordic nature.

    Quality education

    Estonia boasts a long tradition of high-quality higher education, with first university established already in 1632, thus being one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe. Currently Estonian universities offer more than 150 recognized degree programmes in English on Bachelor, Master and PhD level with internationally recognized diplomas and scholarship possibilities. Shorter periods of study in Estonia are also available in semester or summer courses. Estonian universities have facilitated programmes and structural changes in accordance with the European-wide Bologna Process and the creation of a common European higher education area. Estonian universities are putting strong emphasis on internationalization:  increasing the number and quality of English taught diploma programmes every year  designing new degree programmes, which are unique all over the world  taking part out regular quality control assessments and accreditation processes  taking part of international cooperation and research projects  increasing exchange possibilities in Europe, Asia and USA.

    These activities have resulted in:

     growing international student numbers (yearly increase over 20%)  international faculties  very renowned international academic and industry partners  good positions in rankings  wide international exposure of universities and education in Estonia


    Institutions of higher education have made internationalization a priority. The Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia and the Archimedes Foundation lead the efforts to increase mobility of scholars and research within and outside of Europe. The Archimedes Foundation is an independent body established by the Estonian government in 1997 with the objective to coordinate and implement international and national projects for training, education, research, technological development, and innovation.

    Study in Estonia initiative

    In 2008, the Archimedes Foundation initiated the Study in Estonia campaign to promote Estonian higher education abroad with support from the European Social Fund. Study in Estonia has partnered with Estonian higher education institutions that provide international degree programmes, fully English-taught and accredited.

    Why Study in Estonia?

    Why Estonia?

     Estonia is an e-society, with electronic ID-cards, e-government, etc.  Estonia was the first country in the world to facilitate online voting nationwide and to use digital signature to conclude an international treaty.  In 2013, the capital city of Tallinn was chosen among the world's seven most intelligent communities by Intelligentcommunity.org  Ranked 1st worldwide in air quality (World Health Organization 2011)  Homeland of Skype - the Skype software was developed by 4 Estonian engineers  Estonia has the 2nd biggest internet freedom in the world (1st place Iceland, 3rd place Germany)  Ranked 2nd in the world for Internet access in schools (1st Iceland, 3rd Finland, The Global Information Technology Report 2013)  Estonia is the 3rd worldwide in The Press Freedom Index (2nd place Norway, 1st place Finland)  Estonia as the best-performing economy in Europe 2011 (www.europeanvoice.com)  Estonia has one of the highest literacy rates in the world. For Estonian adults, the literacy rate is 100%.  Europe's hottest start-up capitals: Tallinn (Wiredmagazine 2011)  Estonia is the safest country in the world (www.ca.news.yahoo.com) and Tallinn is the most connected city in Europe (www.inventorspot.com)

    Why Estonian universities?

     Internationally accepted diplomas  English language widely spoken  Free internet access nearly everywhere  Active student life  The personal touch: small group sizes in classrooms  Great value for money  A safe and stable environment  Estonia ranked 1rst for satisfaction with the stay in the host country institution. Source: ESN Survey 2010  A total of 90% of international students are satisfied with their overall living and studying standard in Estonia (global average 88%). Source: International Student BarometerTM 2011

    Practical Information


    Universities in Estonia accept cross-border online applications via DreamApply online application system.

    The guidelines for applicants:

    1) Read about Estonia, education system, programmes offered in English and other relevant information. 2) Choose the most interesting programmes for you and contact with universities` admission offices in order to find out additional information about the programmes (requirements, documents, research opportunities, programme`s specifications, internship possibilities etc.) 3) Prepare relevant documents 4) Fill in the application in DreamApply online application system 5) Choose programmes, where you would like to apply. You can apply to several programmes in different universities with one application. 6) Send printed and signed application form to the first choice university together with other relevant documents. All applicants to Estonian universities' degree programmes are required to have a qualification giving access to university studies in their home country. Applicants also need to show proof of proficiency in English. All internationally recognised language proficiency tests are accepted, though some institutions may run individual language tests. Depending on the institution and programme, there might be additional entrance tests such as an interview, written essay, portfolio etc. It is best to contact the admissions office well before studies start in order to find out all the necessary details about application procedures, accommodation, visa regulations and other important information.


    Living costs in Estonia are very affordable and are considered to be lower than in most other European countries. General feedback from foreigners who have spent some time here is that living conditions are similar to those in Western Europe. Cost of living is usually dependent upon the student's accommodation choices, lifestyle, and spending patterns. On 1 January 2011, Estonia changed over to the euro (EUR, €), the single European currency.


    Estonian universities provide accommodation in modern student dormitories, where students can comfortably live, relax and study during they stay. Dormitories are usually based on a "box system" – a furnished apartment with two rooms for four people, with a shared kitchen and a bathroom. Student accommodation prices in Estonia start from €100 per month in student dormitories. Some universities have student dormitories with single, double and triple rooms. On average, the prices range from about €100 for a place in a double room in the residence hall to €180-€450 or more for a private apartment.
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