About us
The largest private university in Estonia.

1300 students, more than 6400 alumni. Undergraduate and master's programs. Studies in English, Russian and Estonian. Internationally accredited.

Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences, founded in 1992, aspires to inspire and ancourage a more entrepreneurial-minded society. We aim to provide our students with knowledge and skills to change their lives and why not the world.


EUAS has been unconditionally accredited by the Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education.

AS Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor

Address: Suur-Sõjamäe 10a, Tallinn 11415
Phone: +372 610 1900
Business registry no: 10588537
VAT no: EE100568963

Bank accounts:

SEB Bank: EE271010052028014003, SWIFT EEUHEE2X
Swedbank: EE122200221018476201, SWIFT HABAEE2X
LHV Bank: EE257700771002340712, BIC/SWIFT: LHVBEE22

NOBANET: Nordic-Baltic Network

The overall aim of NOBANET is to create and widely disseminate new knowledge on successful internationalization of Nordic and Baltic SMEs. This aim is achieved through close cooperation between HEIs and SMEs in all Nordic and Baltic countries. Faculty, students and companies work closely together and across national borders, within educational courses and through real-life assignments in companies.

Cross-border assignments

The assignments take place in Nordic-Baltic teams where businesses and students work together over national borders. Where physical mobility is not possible, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) supported environments are used.

Real-life cross-border assignments also provide incentives to try out new and innovative teaching methods.

For the students, the project will lead to a more output-driven learning experience. NOBANET also secures that SMEs needs are taken into consideration in a structured way in education.

The NOBANET project will  increase cooperation between HEIs and SMEs. This will benefit faculty, students and companies.


Materials development

The partner Higher Education Institutions are working on creating learning materials on SMEs internationalisation processes. These learning materials shall be integrated in the partner institutions curricula for relevant study areas. It is also available to all interested SMEs.

The full set of developed materials will include:

  • Handbook on the Nordic-Baltic business environment

  • Reports and assignements on SMEs in the region

  • Best Practice examples on internationalization of SMEs

  • Models for successful cooperation between HEIs and SMEs

Work on the Handbook on the Nordic-Baltic business environment is ongoing. The Handbook aims to significantly update  Hansa Nova hanbook Managing a multicultural workforce - Key issues in the Baltic Sea Region with new findings in the area.

You can find more information about Hansa Nova project here.

For more, see the NOBANET homepage.