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Masters Degrees in Estonia

We have 40 Masters Degrees in Estonia

Estonia is one of Europe’s most innovative and high-tech countries, making it an excellent place for international postgraduates. A Masters in Estonia is a chance to put yourself at the centre of Estonia’s famous start-up culture and experience its ‘digital society’ first-hand.

Why study a Masters in Estonia?

Despite its small population - only 1.3 million - Estonia punches well above its weight as a postgraduate destination, boasting one of the world’s most advanced technological infrastructures. Indeed, information technology is at the heart of everyday life in Estonia, and it’s a perfect place to study if you’re interested in how this can be applied in other contexts. Estonia also offers generous terms to Masters students who want to find work in the country after they’ve finished their studies, along with several state- and private-backed funding schemes for would-be entrepreneurs looking to create their own company in Estonia. All of this, combined with the fact that Estonia is one of the safest countries in the world, makes the Baltic nation an unusual but compelling prospect for postgraduate study.

How popular is Masters study in Estonia?

Almost 3,000 foreign students are currently attending Estonian universities.

How long is a Masters degree in Estonia?

Like the rest of Europe, Masters programmes in Estonia generally last between one and two years, comprising 60-120 ECTS credits.

How much does it cost to study a Masters in Estonia?

If you decide to study in Estonian, there are no tuition fees! For English-language Masters, however, you might pay between €1,600 and €6,000, depending on the course and institution.

Are Estonian degrees taught in English?

Although Estonian is the primary teaching language, increasing numbers of programmes at Estonian universities are being taught in English.

Will I need a visa to study a Masters in Estonia?

Estonia is a full member of the European Union, so you won’t need a visa to live or study there if you’re an EU/EEA national. If you’re a non-EU/EEA national, you’ll need to apply for a temporary residence permit for study (TRP).

Learn more about studying a Masters in Estonia

If you’re interested in applying for a Masters in Estonia, you can read our guide to postgraduate study in Estonia, which features in-depth information on the higher education system, fees, funding opportunities, health insurance and visas.

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