Partner universities in Estonia

  • Tallinn, Estland.



The beautiful old town of Tallinn, capital of Estonia, is on UNESCO's World Heritage list. NMBU has a partner university in Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia (101.000 inhabitants) where over 40% of the population are under 30 years old. The country is experiencing strong economic growth, and about 300 Norwegian companies are established here. A stay in Estonia may give you valuable insight into one of Norway's partner countries. The Estonian University of Life Sciences (EMÜ) was founded in 1951 and has approximately 3.700 students. EMÜ focuses on sustainable development within agriculture, forestry, food sciences and environmental studies. 


About the agreement
The agreement covers agriculture, economics and landscape architecture.

Who can apply
For all Erasmus agreements it is necessary to have attained 60 credits on your current NMBU program before commencing on an exchange study abroad.

Number of study places
Two students for one year.

Language of teaching
Estonian and English.

Semester timing
Autumn semester: September – January.
Spring semester: February – August.

Tuition fees
Erasmus students must continue to pay for NMBU’s semester fees, plus register with NMBU whilst they are on exchange. However, it is not necessary to pay any types of fee at the partner university.

The university has an accommodation guarantee for international students.

Overlooking Town Hall Square from Toome HillTartu.  Photo: Wikipedia

Published 12. September 2014 - 12:12 - Updated 14. December 2016 - 12:26