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Estonia is a member of the European Union. Even though it is a small country, it is the first country in the world to use the Internet as a means to remotely cast votes in democratic elections. Estonia is an e-society, with creative ways of using IT in all walks of life.  For example: electronic ID-cards, e-government, e-health, e-school, e-parking etc. If you plan to study abroad in Estonia, then you would be definitely living in a very unique country. Estonia is called as the new Silicon Valley of Europe because it has a strong start-up community like TransferWise, CrabCAD, Fortumo to name a few. It is the home of Skype which was developed by four Estonian engineers. Let us look at what Estonia has to offer to international students.

So, what are you waiting for? If you have a strong desire to set up your own business, then one of the aptest places to opt for higher education and choose Estonia as a Study abroad destination.


When Estonia regained its independence in 1991, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, less than half its population had a telephone line and its only independent link to the outside world was a Finnish mobile phone concealed in the foreign minister's garden. Two decades later, it is a world leader in technology. Estonian geeks developed the code behind Skype and Kazaa (an early file-sharing network). In 2007 it became the first country to allow online voting in a general election. It has among the world’s zippiest broadband speeds and holds the record for start-ups per person. Its 1.3m citizens pay for parking spaces with their mobile phones and have their health records stored in the digital cloud. Filing an annual tax return online, as 95% of Estonians do, takes about five minutes. How did the smallest Baltic state develop such a strong tech culture?


Universities in Estonia are categorized as public and private institutions, and both are permitted to design their own curriculum, admission procedure, and budget. Here higher education is offered at three levels covering bachelor, masters, and doctoral programs. The majority of the institutions offer internationally recognized degree programs in English. A few Universities are the University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn University, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonian Business School, University of Applied Sciences. Several institutions offer an integrated UG+PG program of six years duration. In all, Estonia offers 100+ programs in various disciplines. The education system includes high-level research projects, a personal touch in the classroom with small group sizes and the freedom to participate and contribute actively in seminar discussions. Estonian universities have plugged in various initiatives in the environment, which kindle students to develop their own ideas and convert them into commercial ventures. Did you know that if you are in Estonia, you will take only 20 minutes to build your own company online? Some university curriculum allows mobility opportunities to spend a semester abroad.

Estonian universities support in making international students comfortable in the new place. This is evident from the fact that each academic year universities organize a distinct event to provide practical information about studying and living in Estonia.  In this event, the newcomers get to understand the Estonian culture, lifestyle, the peers, faculty, staff, university campus and the city where they will be spending at least 2 or more years of their life. Additionally, universities have a well-defined system of support services for international students.  Overall you will enjoy a vibrant student life in Estonia.

Higher study abroad option in Estonia is also a great value for your money. The major reason is the low tuition fees, low living cost as compared to other European countries and availability of scholarships for international students. Even Skype provides scholarships for bright IT students who have chosen Estonia as a study abroad destination. You will find free internet access nearly in all locations. Also, public transport is free for all students. As a full-time student, you can take advantage of various discounts and special offers available in the local area.  You can also support yourself financially by taking up part-time or full-time job, without a work permit as long as your work does not affect your academic performance. You may as well ask:  finances is not a problem but what about safety? Apart from top ranking in air quality (WHO), Estonia is one of the safest countries in the world.

The main function of a local government is to organize and manage local issues in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity, which means that functions have to be fulfilled on the lowest level of the public sector as possible.

Local governments are responsible for the organization of the maintenance of pre-, basic and secondary schools, if they are in the ownership of the local government, by covering their operational expenses. The teachers of municipal schools get paid from the local government’s budget, funds for it are allocated from the state budget. According to the Estonian legislature, local governments also have to organize students’ transport.


Life is too short for a slow career. If you wish to work in a rapidly developing environment where your skills and intelligence are valued, it’s time to treat yourself to an exciting work experience in Estonia.


Estonia is one of the world's most dynamic and modern economies and has the EU's lowest debt-to-GDP ratio. Domestic demand and strong trade relations with Russia, Germany, Sweden, and Finland have fueled modest economic growth.

The economy grew 1.1% in the 3rd quarter.


Estonia's culture has been influenced by the traditions of  the adjacent area's various Finnic, Baltic, Germanic and Slavic peoples, as well as by cultural developments in the former dominant powers, Sweden and Russia.

 Estonia is becoming more and more attractive to tourists. And there is a reason why. The Baltic Sea, Islands, lovely cities etc.


Estonia has four seasons of near-equal length. Average temperatures range from 16.3 °C (61.3 °F) on the Baltic islands to 18.1 °C (64.6 °F) inland in July, the warmest month, and from −3.5 °C (25.7 °F) on the Baltic islands to −7.6 °C (18.3 °F) inland in February, the coldest month.,

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