EBS became the first university in Estonia that offers nanodegree programmes, which are becoming increasingly popular all over the world. Nanodegree provides a possibility of self-development through a quick course of master’s degree studies during which the student completes an academic programme consisting of 15 ECTS credits within less than a half-year period.
According to Chancellor of EBS Mart Habakuk, nanodegrees as a part of a master’s degree programme are the first step towards transfer to a lifelong study format: “The goal of a student who wants...
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