|Academic field||International business studies (JACS N120)
|Nominal duration||(180 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€3,100.00 per semester|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
High school mathematics results will be taken into consideration.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Estonian / Finnish / Swedish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
For more detailed info please visit: ebs.ee/fi/haku
Applications are accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Europe, European Union, Finland.
Proof of sufficient English language level:
The International English test certificate can be replaced by:
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
Due to regulations non-EU candidates can apply only to Estonian Business School in Tallinn. Helsinki office can accept Finnish and EU candidates.
The International Business Administration programme is designed for people interested in economics and business who wish to acquire professional knowledge and skills to work in an international company or in the public sector. In addition to knowledge of economics and business, the programme also provides very good Business English language skills and an opportunity to specialize in marketing and communication or finance and accounting.
Our English-language Bachelor’s-level International Business Administration study programme has become the first in Estonia to receive EPAS accreditation – among the highest-level recognition a business programme can receive.
The programme is recognised by the CFA Institute meaning that our finance courses are taught in accordance with the requirements of CFA Level 1. Topics in the accounting courses are covered in line with the equivalent topics in the ACCA examinations.
- Marketing and Communication
- Finance and Accounting
Studies at EBS Helsinki campus are session-based, meaning the lectures and seminars are held in three-day sessions every other week. The session-based studies require attitude and willingness to study independently.
The structure of the curriculum consists of:
- Core subjects 73,5 ECTS
- Special subjects 82,5* ECTS, including:
- Major in Marketing and Communication 24* ECTS
- Major in: Finance and Accounting 24* ECTS
- Elective studies module 24* ECTS
- Optional subjects 12 ECTS
- Internship 6* ECTS
- Final Exam or Final Thesis 6* ECTS
The programme consists of basic studies which include general subjects and courses in economic theory, and professional studies which include business administration courses and specialized courses (major).
After graduation you can find job as:
- Specialist or manager with skills in economics and management in private or public sector organizations;
- Specialist in financial investment (analyst, investment manager, agent);
- Developer or leader of business projects;
- Specialist in advertising or marketing.