Study in Estonia
Estonia, a country in Northern Europe, borders the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. Including more than 1,500 islands, its diverse terrain spans rocky beaches, old-growth forest and many lakes. Formerly part of the Soviet Union, it’s dotted with castles, churches and hilltop fortresses. The capital, Tallinn, is known for its preserved Old Town, museums and the 314m-high Tallinn TV Tower, which has an observation deck.
Estonia is arguably the most advanced country in the world when it comes to use of the Internet and related technologies. Estonia is a most improbable success, in that a mere quarter of a century ago it was still under domination of the Soviet Union as a very poor backwater on the Baltic Sea. Now it is a developed country and a member of both the EU and NATO.
Capital : Tallinn
Official language : Estonian
Currency : Euro
Population : 1.32 Million estimated
Why Study in Estonia?
Estonia is a small Baltic country located between Russian and Latvia. The country boasts incredible scenery, stunning architecture, and offers a classic European experience. Estonia is a popular student destination because of the variety of programs available and the low cost of tuition and living. Studying abroad is the experience of a lifetime.
Despite its size, Estonia offers a lot of space and opportunities for foreigners coming here to study. On one hand, it is one of the greenest countries in the world and has quite a low population density, which makes its living environment very health-friendly. On the other, Estonia is the perfect place for connecting with the whole world, as it is an innovative digital country.
Some of the reason to study in Estonia.
- Low Study and Living Cost
- No Language Barrier
- The Vibrant Culture
- Experience of a New Culture
- Easy travel hub
- Digital and start-up-prone
- Affordable and sensible student destination
What are the Documents required?
- Valid Passport
- Academic Certificate and Transcript
- Language Proficiency (IELTS/ TOEFEL/ Others)
- Personal Statement
- Motivation Letter
- Research Proposal
Application Process Flow
CVICS counsellors are well trained and certified to provide all necessary information regarding Colleges and Universities. Our Expert Counsellor will recommend you the best place to abroad & best course & Institution according to your Profile.
Our counsellor will provide an application form to fill up your details for our reference & will give you a check list to provide us complete documents to process further.
After Submit all the required documents our professional team will send it for assessment, and we will update you time to time.
Once the assessment completed our team will contact you to inform you regarding your application status and we will conduct an appointment for interview (if required by our associate).
Interview (Depending on our associate)
On the date and time (booked earlier) of appointment our associate will call you for interview. After interview we will proceed to next step.
Once Offer letter issued, applicant must follow the instruction given by institution and CVICS processing policy.
Fee Payment (Depending on our associate & Consulate)
After offer letter received applicant must pay the required fee and to be prepared to meet the Consulate of Foreign Mission.
Preparation for visa Submission
CVICS shall provide each prospective students a list of documents required to maximize visa approvals. Our expert will verify the documents before sending them for the final application.
Once applicant successfully received their Passport with visa from Consulate our team will procced to next step to confirm flight ticket.
CVICS is a team formed by professionals who gained valuable experiences studying abroad. So, we know what students will require when going away from the comfort their homes. Detailed briefing on language and culture differences can minimize the shock factor for the students.
Universities We Represent
- Estonian Academy of Arts
- Estonian University of Life Sciences
- Tallinn University
- Tallinn University of Technology
- University of Tartu