Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS) is an entrepreneurial focused university located in the capital of Estonia, Tallinn. EUAS offers intense contacts with the business world throughout your studies. In other words, students will learn valuable lessons from the successes and mistakes of experienced entrepreneurs.

The curricula at EUAS are developed in sync with corporate partners across borders and the teaching staff hail from an international network of like-minded universities. EUAS is a small university that gives a full attention to its students. With 1600 students and over 5000 alumni, EUAS is the largest private university in Estonia.

Tallinn is one of Europe’s startup hot-spots and home to companies such as Taxify, Pipedrive and Toggl. Tallinn has ever-enhancing opportunities to find the right team, shape the right product, raise funds and take off with ideas. For aspirations in an entrepreneurial career, look no further than the various high-value industries on Ülemiste City, the innovation campus dubbed “the Silicon Valley of the North”.

Estonia is well-connected to any part of the world. In addition, the living costs (accommodation, food, transportation) are much more reasonable than in other European countries. It’s all the world’s opportunities with no hassle and all the more fun.

EUAS has been unconditionally accredited by the Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education.

Tallinn Old Town towers in Estonia
Tallinn Old Town towers and town wall

Tallinn campus address

Suur-Sõjamäe 10a
11415 Tallinn
Estonia

Website

Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences EUAS

EUAS offers four undergraduate degree programs and one MBA program fully in English.

Tuition fees

Bachelor’s degrees

The tuition fee for the undergraduate programs is 4820 € per year.

Graduate degree

The tuition fee for the MBA in International Business Administration is 5000 € per year.

First year’s tuition fee is paid after you receive the visa. If your tuition fee arrives in time, you can use the visa to travel to Estonia.

Scholarships

There are scholarship available. Read more about the options and criteria on EUAS’s website.

  • Admission requirements for bachelor's degree

    Make you sure you have all the following documents ready when you fill out the application form.

    Educational background

    Applicants who have completed a qualification outside Estonia must submit the following documents to Edunation:

    • Copy of the final/official secondary school certificate or vocational qualification which gives eligibility for higher education studies in your own country
    • Transcript of records
    • If you are applying to an undergraduate program, keep in mind that no matter how high your GPA, as demanded by the Estonian law, every result on your secondary education diploma must be above 50% of the maximum.

    Note: Original copies must be shown when arriving in Estonia.

    Proof of nationality

    • Copy of passport ID page

    Language requirements

    A proof of English proficiency is required for all degrees at EUAS:

    • IELTS: 5.5, or equivalent

    Other requirements

    Motivation letter in English, maximum 1 page.

    Interview

    If you meet the criteria, you will be invited for an online interview. For Software Development and Entrepreneurship, an additional online test must be taken.

    Note: All documents that are not in English have to be translated into English and the translation certified by a notary. All documents have to be certified with an apostille certificate (marginal note) or legalized.

  • Admission requirements for master's degree

    Make you sure you have all the following documents ready when you fill out the application form.

    Educational background

    Applicants who have completed a qualification outside Estonia must submit the following documents to Edunation:

    • Copy of the bachelor’s degree certificate
    • Transcript of records (with a minimum GPA of 50%)

    Note: Original copies must be shown when arriving in Estonia.

    Proof of nationality

    • Copy of passport ID page

    Language requirements

    A proof of English proficiency is required for all degrees at EUAS:

    • IELTS: 6.0, or equivalent

    Other requirements

    • Motivation letter in English, maximum 1 page.
    • Bachelor’s thesis. If your bachelor’s degree didn’t include a final thesis, you can also submit your latest academic paper.

    Note: All documents that are not in English have to be translated into English and the translation certified by a notary. All documents have to be certified with an apostille certificate (marginal note) or legalized.

  • Application instructions

    Read all the information below and follow the steps carefully.

    • Choose a degree program you would like to apply for at EUAS
    • Fill out the online application form on Edunation’s portal
    • Pay the service fee of 100€
    • Attach the required documents
    • Eligible candidates will be invited to an online interview or online exam

    If you fulfill the admission requirements, you will receive an acceptance from the university within 1 month from the online interview.

    It is only then that you can start the visa and residence permit process. Note that the process for Estonia is different from Finland.

Quick facts

Semester starts:
February & September

Tuition fee:
4820 – 5000 € / year

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