Over the past 25 years EBS has grown into one of the largest private universities in the Baltic States, offering higher education in the fields of international business administration, entrepreneurship, management and leadership at bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. For more information check the school website.
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An increasing number of studies at EBS are conducted in English, offering an opportunity to build an international network of contacts. EBS has an international outlook, which means that the school enjoys a growing reputation as a provider of excellent, practice-based and academically rigorous education to students from all parts of the world.

Approximately 1,500 students are currently studying at EBS, which has partnership contracts with over 70 universities in Europe, America, Australia, and Asia, enabling extensive exchange of students and lecturers. S

Teaching Method

Curricula at EBS stand out for their flexible organisation of studies, personal advisory services and the use of innovative teaching methods: e-learning solutions, real business cases, video-training and team-teaching are used in the study process. Leading practitioners share their experience with students alongside renowned EBS lecturers. EBS has 4,500 alumni, several of whom are top managers of international corporations, such as Statoil, Microsoft, SEB Bank, Price Waterhouse Coopers and Skype; top local business leaders; government ministers and heads of other state and private organisations.

Preparation Programmes

English preparation programmes


Since its foundation, EBS has actively cooperated with partners, involving well-known local and international business executives and leading companies and universities in lecturing and developing curricula.

Social Programme

EBS graduates are closely linked to the school, participating in the development of company links and supporting current students with advice and scholarships.