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30 Medical Universities among the top 100 Medical Universities of World

About Esthonia

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.

Estonia has spent much of its history under foreign rule, most recently as a part of the Soviet Union. Having regained its independence in 1991, Estonia has oriented strongly towards Western Europe and reformed and modernised itself with impressive success.

The government’s push for innovation, digitisation and the removal of bureaucracy has born fruit. Estonia is today one of the most-prosperous former communist countries, where a modern, open-minded society enjoys a high standard of living.

Why To Study In Esthonia

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Estonia is an e-society, with electronic ID-cards, e-government, e-health, e-school, e-parking and so much more (www.e-estonia.com). You would be living in a very unique country!


Online Facilities

It takes only about 20 minutes to found your own company online and 99% of banking is done online.

Startup Hotspot

Europe’s start-up hot-spot!


Safest Country

One of the safest countries in the world.


Internet Freedom

Ranks 2nd place for internet freedom in the world.


What are the benefits

Benefits Of Studying In Estonia


Eligibility Criteria

Frequently Asked Questions

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Please visit the Scholarships section on our website to see an overview of scholarships and grants offered by the Estonian government for international students, researchers and academic staff.

If you are applying through the national admissions portal DreamApply then you can apply for up to two programmes in one university and up to 5 different universities (so 10 programmes all together) with one application.

Some Estonian universities require an application fee. If the university, where you are applying to requires an application fee, then yes, it should be covered in order for your application to be processed. An application fee is a fixed price which is paid per application and only once per university. So if you apply for two programmes taught by the same university, you only pay the application fee once. If you apply for programmes in different universities, which require an application fee, then you have to cover the application fees of all those universities. Application fees vary between 30-100€ and some universities don’t have an application fee at all.

For studying in Estonia, Non-EU citizens will need a temporary residence permit for study (TRP). You can apply for it at your nearest Estonian Embassy after your have been accepted to the university and received confirmation documents for that purpose. Check out more detailed info on the Visa and Residence Permit section of our website. You can read more about the application process of the temporary residence permit for studying from the Police and Border Guard website.

When you plan to study MBBS in Esthonia, you can request a personal counselling session to get more information by getting in contact with us. We will guide you from there on and help you with the required paperwork, arrangements for your stay, and much more.

You will have to travel to the Estonian Embassy closest to you in order to present your visa/TRP application documents. You can check the location of the nearest Estonian representations that handle visa applications.

Admission Open 2021-22

Top Universities Of Esthonia

Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA)

Tallinn University

Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech)

Estonian Business School

University of Tartu