EUROACADEMY (known as EuroUniversity until 2009) was established in 1997 as a private higher educational establishment. The owner and manager of the Academy is NGO Eesti Euroinfo Ühing. The mission of Euroacademy is to facilitate the development of the knowledge-based society. Euroacademy’s goals and activities are guided by the objectives set by educational and research policies in the European Union and Estonia. Euroacademy sees its niche in higher education as the institution with advanced interdisciplinary curriculum and priority research areas, contributing to innovative sustainable development and competitiveness of society. Euroacademy promotes science, education and culture, and develops society through learning and research activities, creating prerequisites for the development of important research areas n international cooperation. It is also very important for Euroacademy to offer students practical skills together with academic knowledge. All study programmes in Euroacademy are offered in three languages- English, Russian and Estonian.

EUROACADEMY participates in the Erasmus and DoRa Programmes of the European Commission promoting student and lecturer exchange, takes part in the co-operation between states of the Baltic Sea Region regarding sustainable development, publishes scholarly contributions by staff and students as well as The Baltic Horizons, a journal known in many countries. EUROACADEMY conducts traditional events, such as student research conferences, exhibitions of works and fashion shows by students of the Faculty of Design arranged in Estonia and abroad.


Type of institution: Private institution, University of Applied Sciences

Faculties and colleges: the Faculty of International Relations, the Faculty of Translation, the Faculty of Business Management, the Faculty of Environmental Protection, and the Faculty of Design.

In all faculties instruction is provided on the basis of curricula of the applied (professional) higher education, in the faculties of Business Management and Environmental Protection also on the Master’s studies level. The Academy´s successful development can be traced in the number of students as well as in our graduates´ growing urge to pursue education at MA level within our Academy. By now, Euroacademy has over 1800 graduates.


International student office:

Contact person: Ms. Annely Eindok

Phone: +372 611 5801



Address: Tondi 55, Tallinn 11316, ESTONIA