Quality vs. quantity in Estonia’s universities

  • 2010-08-19
  • By Helga Kalm
TALLINN - Estonian universities have been independent for about 20 years now, free to teach whatever and however they please. Since 2002, the Estonia Bologna system has been applied, creating a three-year Bachelor’s program, followed by a two year Master’s program. It seems that now is a good time to look back and question if we are where we wanted to be?Probably the biggest problem that most Baltic universities face is a lack of funding. Estonia and Latvia have tackled the issue similarly. Only a certain amount of students study in state funded places, others have to pa...
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