Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences
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Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences
Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor
Other name
Mainor Business School
TypePrivate vocational university
Established1992 (1992)

Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS, Estonian: Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor, formerly known in English as Mainor Business School[1]) is a private[2]vocational university located in the Ülemiste City business park in Tallinn, Estonia. Founded in 1992, the university offers accredited[3] Bachelor and Master-level degrees in Estonian, English, and Russian languages, covering such fields as business administration, finance and logistics, and software and game development.[4][3][5] It has a student body of over 1,600 students, about 100 of whom are international students.[4]

Since 2017, EUAS has been involved in a national cross-university entrepreneurship training program funded by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.[6][7][8] The university is also notable for opening Estonia's first undergraduate degree program in Information Science taught in English, primarily aimed at expats.[9][10]

While primarily a teaching institution, EUAS has been actively involved in research on entrepreneurship education and applied higher education.[11][12][13]

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  2. ^ Teichmann, Mare; Läänemets, Urve; Ruutmann, Tiia; Neudorf, Reet (2014). "Education System in Estonia". In Juszczyk, Stanislaw (ed.). European Education (and Training) Systems. Torun: Wydawnictwo Adam Marszalek. ISBN 978-83-8019-017-7.
  3. ^ a b "Study Programmes at Estonian Higher Education Institutions". Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education. Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences". Study in Estonia portal. Archimedes Foundation. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Study Estonia Merit scholarship". The Tribune. 2018-09-28. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Entrepreneurial education programme Edu ja Tegu". Estonian Academy of Arts. 2017-04-20. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "STARTERtallinn". StarterIdea. 2016-08-24. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "About pre-incubation program STARTER". Tallinn University of Technology (in Estonian). Retrieved .
  9. ^ ERR (2018-01-08). "Applied sciences university to open bachelor IT curriculum in English". ERR. Retrieved .
  10. ^ Tambur, Silver (2018-01-09). "An Estonian university opens an IT curriculum in English for expats". Estonian World. Retrieved .
  11. ^ Kallaste, Marianne; Põder, Anne; Raudsaar, Mervi; Venesaar, Urve (2017-11-01). "Entrepreneurial and Innovative Potential of Higher Education Institutions - the Example of Estonian Universities". ICERI2017 Proceedings. IATED. 1: 8800-8808. doi:10.21125/iceri.2017.2420. ISBN 9788469769577.
  12. ^ Mets, Tõnis; Kozlinska, Inna; Raudsaar, Mervi (2017-02-01). "Patterns in entrepreneurial competences as the perceived learning outcomes of entrepreneurship education: The case of Estonian HEIs". Industry and Higher Education. 31 (1): 23-33. doi:10.1177/0950422216684061. ISSN 0950-4222.
  13. ^ Kumpas-Lenk, Kaija; Tucker, Beatrice M.; Gupta, Ritu (2014). Kumpas-Lenk, K., Tucker, B. M., & Gupta, R. "Validation of a unit evaluation survey for capturing students' perceptions of teaching and learning: A comparison among Australian and Estonian higher education students". Studies in Educational Evaluation. 43: 178-185. doi:10.1016/j.stueduc.2014.08.001.

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