2017. a teaduse populariseerimise riikliku konkursi väljakuulutamine

Loe lähemalt siit – 2017. a teaduse populariseerimise riikliku konkursi väljakuulutamine

Estonian Marine Institute welcomes you …

Estonian Marine Institute welcomes you to public lecture ” Global change in marine environment ocean acidification and warming”.

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Take the chance to workout in Sparta sportsclub (Pärnu mnt 139c) with an extremely
good price, ONLY 16€ per month. Everyone who are interested in the opportunity
should transfer the payment to Euroacademy’s bank account: MTÜ Eesti Euroinfo
Ühing (Swedbank: 1120290197; SEB: 10002039317008; Sampo Pank: 333476080004)

Excplanation: your name and keyword “spartasport”. For example “Mari Mustikas spartasport”.
NB! Please transfer the payment on workdays, incase the payment will take place
on the weekend in the end of the month the school will not receive the the
payment in time and as a result the list with final names will not arrive to Sparta.

THE DEADLINE OF THE PAYMENT is the last friday of the month at 10.00 (am).
Everyone who will make the payment IN TIME will receive their card from Sparta
on 1. of the next month (or after) according to your ID document.

Workout in Sparta:

E – R 07.00 – til 16.00 (4.00 pm).

L – P 09.00 – 22.00 (10.00 pm), entrance til 21.00 (9.00 pm).

More information: www.spartasport.ee

Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity

“Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity”
3rd Council of Europe Platform Exchange on Culture and Digitisation
Tallinn, 29–30 September 2016


The Welcoming program

Adapting to a new living environment can be an interesting but at the same time often complicated challenge. Acquiring the knowledge related to the living conditions, state and behavioural norms etc. and skills that help you settle in quickly and efficiently can take time.

In order to support foreign nationals who have migrated to Estonia to settle in and to acquire the primary knowledge and skills, Estonia offers all new arrivals the opportunity to participate in an introductory welcoming programme.

The welcoming programme consists of various informative and interactive training modules, which:

  • guide you and support you in finding the information you need self-sufficiently;
  • value mutual communication, cooperation and establishment of contacts;
  • take place in a comfortable, open and diverse learning environment.

The welcoming programme consists of various informative and interactive training modules (basic, working and entrepreneurship, family life, studying, research etc.). 

The thematic module on studying is aimed primarily at foreign students and pupils who come to study in Estonia. The purpose of the module is to give an overview of the following topics.


  1. Legal information related to mobility type, incl. the terms and conditions of the grant, acquisition or extension of residence permits and right of residence
  2. Student networks, academic networks and organisations
  3. Organisation of the Estonian education system, incl. general education, vocational training, professional higher education
  4. Organisation of research and higher education
  5. Study culture
  6. Traineeship opportunities during and after studies
  7. Working during and after studies
  8. Labour market services for finding a job after studies, incl. recruitment portals
  9. Overview of the support services offered to people arriving by way of learning mobility
  10. Libraries 

The studying module trainings take place this autumn  in Tallinn and in Tartu. First one-day training is held on August 27. Trainings are held in English and in Russian. Participation is free of charge. Organisers will provide tea, coffee, snacks and lunch. Participants will have the possibility to attend an excursion or interactive activity. 

A precondition to participating in the trainings is a referral to the programme. Foreigners are referred to welcoming programme by the Police and Border Guard Board (PBGB). Registration and information: www.settleinestonia.ee

The welcoming programme is funded by the European Social Fund, the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and the state budget.

In case of questions, please contact us at studying@settleinestonia.ee.

Switch to the study information system ÕIS

Dear students and lecturers!

Starting from 1st July 2016, EuroAcadey uses new study information system ÕIS. Intranet will be closed and its materials will be archived at the library. Information regarding ÕIS can be found here.

To register yourself at ÕIS, the following actions need to be taken:

After entering the ÕIS-environment choose the option „registreeri/määra uus salasõna“. Then, personal identification number has to be inserted. An email will be sent to your email address by the system. After that, follow the instructions given in the email. The passwords of Intranet are not valid for ÕIS. If you encounter problems at registration, please turn to the specialist of study department Kaili Simberg, kaili.simberg@euroakadeemia.ee.

During the switch period, inaccuracies at your study maps might occur, which will be corrected during the summer. Please contact Kaili in case of a found mistake.

We wish you pleasant summer holidays and see you in September.

New study building on Tondi Str 55


Attention, all the present, future and former students of Euroacademy, our lecturers and partners!

From September 1st, 2016 our new address is Tondi 55, Tallinn. The seasonal admission interviews are held still in our old building, Mustamäe tee 4, which also open during the summer holiday on working days from 10AM to 6PM.

However, we commence the study activities on the new academic year already in the new building, Tondi 55. Entrance from end of the building at Marsi Street. See map.


Молодой дизайнер: главная на свадьбе – невеста!



Seoses saabuvate pühadega on Euroakadeemia 22. juunil avatud 10.00-14.00.

23.06 – 26.06 on kool suletud.

Toredaid pühi kõigile!

Euroacademy’s environmental protections students on site visit to waste management facilities

The excursion began at Iru Power Plant, where the guide gave us a thorough overview about Estonian Energy and Iru Power Plant – the history, span of activities and business, naturally about the Estonian biggest natural resource oil shale, and the power plant. Then the students had the chance to see inside of the old power plant and new waste-to-energy unit, which was opened three years ago. In the waste-to-energy unit heat and electricity is produced from domestic waste collected from Tallinn and elsewhere from Estonia. Due to the incineration the amount of municipal waste disposed to landfill has decreased nearly three times.  Only one third of bottom ash is left from the original amount of waste after going through the incineration. The flue gases generated during the waste incineration are cleaned in different filters and the fly ash caught to the filters is treated separately as hazardous waste. But due to that, the emissions from the chimney are cleaner than city air.  If recycling is not possible, the heat and electricity can be made from waste.

From Iru the road was hit to Estonian PackCycling/Eesti Elektroonikaromu packaging sorting and recycling facility. Here we deal with the waste which isn’t and shouldn’t be incinerated. Here is material, the secondary raw material, the resource. Students saw building materials produced from plastic waste, planks and bricks, shopping bags made of syntethic fabric leftovers by handycapped people, and the whole process from sorting to recycling. Thanks to Est PackRec our daily packaging waste gets new life as recycled to a fleece jacket or water pipe, playground, or any gadget or cell phone. But in order to drive that daily waste into recycling, it must be sorted and delivered to public containers or public waste station.

To understand what a waste station actually is, we headed to a public waste station operated by Ragn-Sells Ltd, a more than a century old Swedesh origin waste management company. Pots and pans, sofas, sinks, tyres, glass, cardboard, christmas trees, WEEEs, domestic hazardous waste, carpets and so on. Sounds familiar?
Have you ever been standing in front of your trash bin any of these items in your hand (sofas or sinks still probably not), and thinking what to do with the stuff? Yes, all separated, all sorted, all to waste station, where the waste transforms into resource 🙂

EuroAcademy’s Faculty of Environmental Protection thanks a lot Iru Powerplant and Raimo Oinus, Estonian PackCycling and Aivo Kangus and Ragn-Sells and Rainer Pesti for the excursions and enlightment!