Estonia is the largest of the Baltic states, but one of the least in Europe in terms of population. From the stunning medieval architecture of the capital, Tallinn, to the white sandy beaches along the coastline, there is something to enjoy for everyone in Estonia.

Estonia, which gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, has developed through independent governance and has one of the fastest growing economies in the EU. Today, the country is gaining technological popularity thanks to the digital infrastructure that develops e-government systems, e-ID cards, e-schools and e-health. Popular technology startups such as Skype, TransferWise, CrabCAD, Fortumo and others have been implemented in Estonia. Today, the country is known not only in the digital sphere, but also in the culture of entrepreneurship. This innovative spirit is also encouraged among students and they take various initiatives to support students who want to develop their ideas and turn their research projects into commercial enterprises.

The education system in Estonia dates back to the 13th century, to the first monastic schools. The University of Tartu was founded in 1632 and is the oldest university in Estonia. Today, the higher education system in Estonia is divided into two parts: Academic and Professional.

Estonia is a country with European standards. At the same time, the cost of living is more affordable than in other European countries. At the same time, along with a high-tech environment, affordable tuition fees and various scholarship opportunities make Estonia one of the most successful options for education.

Living and tuition fees in Estonia
Estonia is one of the cheapest countries in Europe where education is provided. Annual tuition fees range from 1,500 to 6,000 euros in the country. 350-450 euros per month is enough for living expenses. 

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