Tallinn School of Economics

The history of Tallinn School of Economics (Tallinna Majanduskool) goes back into the year 1906, when Gustav Narusbek established the private commercial school and it is one of the biggest and oldest business colleges in Estonia.

Tallinn School of Economics is a state-owned vocational school operating in the area of administration of the Ministry of Education and Research. Because of this, the school proceeds in its plans from the national education policy on which the financing of the school also depends. We frequently cooperate with major employers and professional associations in order to consider their requirements in our curricula.
We believe, it is important for the further development of Estonia how flexible the educational system is able to react to rapid changes in society and the economy. Therefore, it is the aim of the school to develop free, confident, and responsible personalities, who are ready to participate in decision-making and be responsible for what is done and how it is done, who are able to cope in society, life and further learning.

In the academic year 2016/2017 we had about 1600 students and 140 members of teaching staff.
Since the 2013/2014 academic year the school offers level 5 vocational training, also known as specialised vocational training, in the areas business services.

Our programs

  • Accountant
  • Business Administration Specialist
  • Financial Adviser at the Bank
  • Human Resource Specialist
  • Information Management Specialist
  • Insurance Specialist
  • Legal Assistant
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Quality Specialist
  • Project Manager`s Assistant
  • Real Estate Broker
  • Secretary
  • Small Business Entrepreneur
  • Social Media Specialist
  • Tax Specialist

During 2-2,5 years of studies, students acquire practically inclined education and a broad and in-depth knowledge of most important business issues and are trained to solve current problems in business environment at home and abroad.

The strengths of the school are long-standing tradition and continuity in the teaching of the specialties, the teaching staff has good qualifications and practical experience; a modern learning environment, ICT plays an important role both in educational processes and in information supplies to students; different forms of study (daytime study, evening study and distance study) and for different target groups (adults, unemployed people); labour flexibility within the sector thanks to extensive basic education; long-standing cooperation with employers and professional associations.


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