Undergraduate students – applicants wishing to pursue bachelor-level studies are required to have completed their secondary education or an equivalent education level necessary for higher education. Applicants must be eligible for higher education in their own country. Additional qualifying examinations may also be required for admission to higher education institutions in Estonia.
Graduate students – applicants wishing to pursue master-level studies are required to have completed bachelor-level studies, and those wishing to pursue a doctoral-level studies must have completed master-level studies.
Exchange students - student exchange is based on bilateral agreements between partner institutions. There are also different exchange programmes facilitating the mobility of students. Further information on application conditions and procedures is available on the respective university's webpage.
Erasmus students - Twenty-four Estonian higher education institutions participate in the European Community action programme Socrates/Erasmus, the framework for support of European activities of higher education institutions, including exchange of their students and teaching staff. Every participating higher education institution has its own Erasmus co-ordinator who provides academic information for prospective Erasmus exchange students.
Visiting students – visiting students are international students who plan to study at the host institution for up to one year at either the graduate or postgraduate level. Further information on application conditions and procedures is available on the home university's and/or prospective host university's webpage.