Estonia’s educational performance has garnered much less attention than other high performers like Finland or Singapore and yet, it stays one of the best existing education system. By performing consistantly at a high level on the PISA tests since 2006, Estonia was ranked first in Europe and fifth in the world in 2018.
There are 65 municipal schools in Tallinn (including 40 Estonian-language and 25 Russian-language schools), 14 private schools and 2 public schools. General education schools in the area of administration of Tallinn Education Department : 1 kindergarten-primary school (with Russian as the language of instruction)
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The mission of Estancia High School is to ensure that all students demonstrate high academic achievement and sustain successful post high school pursuits. To accomplish this mission, Estancia will maintain an ethical, nurturing and challenging learning environment. Schoolwide Learner Outcomes: Estancia High School graduates will be
Estonia - the Baltic state, whichfamous for its technologically advanced, the widespread availability of the Internet (many operations are performed here a few clicks of the mouse) and high-quality education, which is based on the new information technologies.
Studies in secondary schools take place on the basis of the national curriculum for secondary schools. Pursuant to the curriculum, students must complete at least 96 courses over the course of three academic years in order to graduate from secondary school. 63 of those courses are compulsory in all secondary schools in Estonia.
School holidays in Estonia include Christmas, spring, summer, autumn and winter breaks. These holidays are spread out throughout the school year, and are set by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research. For more updated information on the school holidays in Estonia, please check individual websites for schools in Estonia. When are the school holidays […]
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS), founded in 1992, is the largest private university in Estonia. Our 1,600 students make us the market leader, yet allow us to be focused and close to our students – as we like it.
Contact details of high schools located in Tallinn and information about free places is available in the Tallinn Education Department handbook (click on the school you prefer). Information about all high schools in Estonia is available from the Estonian education information system (EHIS).
Estonia is home to world renowned universities with students who are excited and willing to learn English. Salary and time commitment will probably be different than in primary and secondary schools. Primary and Secondary Schools: These schools are set up and funded by the Estonian government and are therefore also regulated by the government.