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Most likely you have asked yourself: Why should you come to study to Estonia?

We will tell you why:

  • Estonia is an e-society, with electronic ID-cards, e-government, e-health, e-school, e-parking etc. (www.e-estonia.com). You would be living in a very unique country!
  • It takes only about 20 minutes to found your own company online and 99% of banking is done online.
  • Europe's hottest start-up capitals: Tallinn (Wired magazine). As a result, Estonia has more successful start-up companies per head than in any other country in Europe, e.g. TransferWise, CrabCAD, Fortumo etc. We are talking about companies where even Sir Richard Branson invests.
  • Home of Skype – the Skype software was developed by four Estonian engineers. Skype has an office in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and the company also provides scholarships for bright IT students who have chosen to study in Estonia.
  • Ranked 1st worldwide in air quality (World Health Organization 2013).
  • Estonia ranks 2nd in 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 also the only Eurozone nation to run a budget surplus. Voted as best-performing economy in Europe. (www.europeanvoice.com)
  • Has Europe's largest 4G coverage (95% of the country). Only Singapore and South Korea have managed to do the same.
  • One of the safest countries in the world. (http://www.statisticbrain.com)

... and why Estonian universities?

Estonian universities

  • Over 100 unique and high quality degree programmes
  • Internationally accepted diplomas
  • Various state scholarships
  • English language widely spoken
  • High level research projects
  • Active and fun student life
  • Working possibilities
  • The personal touch: small group sizes in classrooms
  • Great value for money
  • Safe and stable environment
 
Estonia ranked 1st for satisfaction with the stay in the host country institution. 

Source: Erasmus Network 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

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