Estonia is a nice country and a good place to study. Estonia has a rich culture and is one of the world’s rapidly growing economies with its advancement in technology. The country regained its independence in 1991 after been ruled by Sweden, Russia, Germany and Denmark for years.
Universities have different tuition fees depending on the course to be studied. Also graduate and postgraduate programs may be more costly based on the course to be studied as well as the University chosen. Courses such as medicine, law and some social sciences are costly. Some schools accept different tuition fees from students from the European Union and students outside the European Union.
Basically tuition fees are between 1023 Euros to 7350 Euros per academic year. In some cases exchange students are exempted from paying tuition fees and are given grants depending on the agreement with the school.
Applicants hoping to obtain a bachelor degree should
Have finished their secondary or its equivalent
Applicants should be qualified for higher education in their country
Other qualifications may be needed for admission by higher institutions in Estonia
Applicants hoping to obtain a master’s degree must have obtained a bachelor’s degree
Applicants hoping to obtain a PhD must have obtained a master’s degree
The government of Estonia offers some scholarships for bachelor degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree. These scholarships are meant for University students, lecturers and researchers who are studying and doing research at pubic universities and institutions.
There are other scholarships offered by Estonian Universities like the Doctoral studies and international program for master students, doctoral students and teaching staff members who are already studying and working or hoping to achieve this at an Estonian institution.
The deadline for the program grants is May 31 2015