• Working in Estonia

    As an international students in Estonia you do not need an additional working permit to work while studying full time and you are allowed to work on the condition that it does not interfere with your studies. Students have to receive passing grades for a full load of courses and finish studies within the nominal time. As an African stduent you can also stay to Estonia for additional 6 months after graduation (with the permission of your university) to look for a job in Estonia. Upon finding a job after graduation, you can use this time to apply for a temporary residence permit for work. However finding job as an…

  • Estonian Universities are open to Africans

    1.   Why Estonian Universities? Estonian universities welcome more and more international students from all over the world. With long academic traditions and world-renowned higher education institutions, Estonia has become an attractive study destination for students abroad including Africans. Quick Facts: Over 100 unique and high quality degree programmes Internationally accepted diplomas Various state scholarships and funding possibilities 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 Degree programmes taught in English are currently offered in 7 Estonian universities and in 2 universities of applied sciences. 2.  …