We have a very interesting opportunity with one of the leading, and the largest private university in Estonia, with around 1600 students. The university is based in Tallinn. The university offers students the choice of studying in English, Russian and Estonian and attracts students from across the CIS and Europe.
The university works closely with industry in Estonia and the wider Baltic region, and courses have been developed in partnership with these companies, and as well as the core academic team the university prides itself on bringing in staff from across Europe to support the delivery of programmes. They also have a special partnership with Ulemist City (dubbed the Silicon Valley of the North) and their students on average earn higher salaries than graduates from the University of Tartu or Tallinn University.
They currently have no dual degree relationship with a UK university and are keen to look at the opportunity to develop dual UG programmes in the areas of Games Development, Computer Science, Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship.
The management team of the university seem very focused, and are keen to use a partnership as a way of increasing student numbers (Estonian and European post Brexit and International).