Here, you will find a selection of Estonian educational institutions open to hosting international visitors and showcasing their schools and Estonian education. We also highly recommend venturing beyond Tallinn, whether to visit rural schools or explore other major Estonian cities like the coastal city of Pärnu and the university town of Tartu.
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Founded in 1988, EBS is the oldest privately owned business university in the Baltics. EBS's goal is to provide enterprising people with academic knowledge, skills and values for its successful implementation.
In the kindergarten, you'll get an overview of digital pedagogy, inclusive education, progressive educational principles by Estonian educational reformer Johannes Käis, outdoor learning, health promotion, and teacher professional development.
The school provides a language immersion programme and offers various support services to help students succeed, including counselling and special education services. One of the strengths of the school is also a strong technology education program.
The school emphasizes innovation and digital tools, with descriptive evaluation and STEAM subjects, and also prioritizes creativity and art projects. The school has informatics lessons from grades 2-11.
Take the opportunity to visit the famous Estonian resort town of Pärnu and explore Raeküla School offering a unique educational experience focusing on three main subjects: business education, cultural work, and sports.
Rocca Al Mare School is a private school that offers education from 1st to 12th grade, with a strong focus on nature education.
Take the opportunity to visit the largest island in Estonia and discover Saaremaa Gymnasium. In addition to introducing Estonian education, the school provides an overview of various topics, including youth development, debate traditions, and more.
At Sindi Gymnasium, life is active with various hobby and sports clubs. Students can choose elective courses like police, defense, rescue, media, and economics.
school provides support services, promotes digital learning and physical activity to prepare students for success in all areas of life.
Tallinn Meelespea Kindergarten actively engages in Erasmus+ projects, promoting values-based education and practical activities. Our current project focuses on teaching first aid to preschool children, raising awareness of potential dangers and nurturing caring attitudes. Through interactive learning experiences, both teachers and children acquire essential skills. Join us at Meelespea Kindergarten for an enriching educational journey that fosters values, safety, and community.
Tallinn Polytechnic School, established in 1915, offers contemporary technological vocational education. The school's programs include IT, software development, electronics, telecommunication, audiovisual, media production, and automation. It accepts students who have completed primary or high school and provides supplementary courses, aiming to contribute to lifelong learning. The school has collaborated with other institutions and participated in mobility projects like Leonardo and Erasmus...
The school offers language learning, and digital education, where students have access to a future classroom, free after-school activities, and various family events.
LõunaTERA is a full-day school for grades 1-3, integrating general education and creative subjects. From 4th grade, transition to integrated subject learning takes place, with the addition of a second foreign language and homework.
Viimsi Gymnasium is a state high school located in Harju County, Estonia, that stands out for its mentorship system, modular curriculum, elective courses, and empowering leadership style.