Study in Estonia

Estonia is the northernmost of the three Baltic states, bordering Latvia in the South and Russia in the East, while the Southern tip of Finland is just a stone’s throw away across the sea. Estonia is one of the least-populous countries in Europe, with just 1.3 million inhabitants. About a third of the country’s population live in its capital, Tallinn.

Overall, there are about two dozen institutions of higher education in Estonia. At 10 of those, you can study in English.

Most of these schools are located in Tallinn, such as Tallinn University and the Tallinn University of Technology. But the country’s largest and often best-ranked university is based in its second-largest city: the University of Tartu in (you have guessed it) Tartu.

Why choose us?

Supportive Environment

Student-Friendly Policies

Quality Higher Educations

Opportunities for Growth

Top institutes in Estonia

Are you still undecided about where to study for your university education? Looking for a study destination which is beautiful, safe, technologically advanced and well regarded in the higher education sector? Why not study in Estonia?

This northern European country is one of the safest countries in the world, and is also famous for its leadership in the fields of digital and internet technologies, having been one of the first nations to pioneer electronic ID cards, e-government systems, e-health, e-school, e-parking – you name it, Estonia has digitized it! There’s even an entire website dedicated to describing all the components of “e-Estonia”.