Frequently Asked Questions

How can I apply to EBS?

  • For applying to EBS please fill in an application form at our international admission platform Dream Apply. After submitting your application, EBS admissions’ specialist will contact you and explain the following admission process in detail. 

    EBS admission process is also described HERE.

What kind of documents are required?

  • For admission, all applicants are asked to present:
    1. certified copies of educational documents (for Bachelor level Higher Secondary Education diploma and examination results; for Master level the Bachelor diploma with academic transcript),
    2. internationally recognized English language test certificate
    3. copy of passport

What is a certified/notarized translation of a document?

  • A certified/notarized translation is a translation of an original document into English done by a certified translator, confirmed by a notary or issued by the school who issued the original document.

Where should I send my application documents?

Estonian Business School

Study Department room 115

A. Lauteri 3

Tallinn 10114, Estonia

What is the application deadline?

  • Non-EU applicants: 10th April 2018
  • EU applicants: 1st July 2018 (incl. countries that don’t need a visa to enter Estonia)

    Studies will start from 1st of September 2018.

Could my documents arrive to the university by post before the deadline?

  • It is highly recommended that your documents arrive to us before the deadline. However, the documents that are posted on the deadline (stamped with the date of the deadline) are also accepted but not as first priority. 

How can I pay the application fee and tuition fee?

EBS bank details are the following:

Payee: SA Estonian Business School 

SEB Tornimäe 2, Tallinn 15010
IBAN: EE431010220267429223

Cash, credit card payments or bank cheques are not accepted.

What to keep in mind while paying by bank transfer:

1) While paying, leave reference number field blank

2) To the details of the payment add your Application fee + name + invoice number

What to keep in mind while paying with Transferwise:

You can use Transferwise for paying the fee without extra transfer costs. Please take a look here:

Reference: Application fee + name + invoice number


What kind of scholarships are available for international students?

EBS offers scholarships based on 1st year results:

  • 50% tuition fee for  2 Bachelor students and 1 Master student
  • 30% tuition fee for  3 Bachelor students and 2 Master students
  • 20% tuition fee for  3 Bachelor students and 2 Master students

Estonian Government will provide all international applicants with monthly scholarships in the amount of 350€ per month. Please find more information here

Is internationally recognized English test compulsory?

  • Yes, it is mandatory. Please read about the test result requirements for Bachelor and Master studies. 

Can the English test be waived?

The English language test can be waived when:

• The applicant has completed his/her previous level of education in English in the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland.
• The result in the English language test is at least 5 out of 7 from an International Baccalaureate School (with the instruction in English).

If there is no Estonian Embassy in my country, how can I apply for TRP?

Does EBS have a dormitory?

  • EBS doesn’t have a separate campus, but there are many opportunities off campus and we can advise you where to search for accommodation online. Accommodation information is described in detail HERE.

Can I work here while studying?

  • International students in Estonia do not need an additional working permit to work while studying full time and they are allowed to work on the condition that it does not interfere with their studies. Students have to receive passing grades for a full load of courses and finish studies within the nominal time in order to keep their TRP.

What are the living costs in Estonia (food and accommodation)?

  • 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 flat. Students can usually enjoy a comfortable life with around €200–350 per month for food, depends on lifestyle. Information about living costs is described more in detail HERE.

For how long can I stay in Estonia after graduation?

  • All non-EU students can stay in Estonia for additional 6 months after their graduation (with the permission of the university) to look for a job in Estonia. Upon finding a job after graduation, they can use this time to apply for a temporary residence permit for work.