Study in Baltics Day`s aim is to introduce Baltic countries and their higher education in cooperation with local Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian embassies in India.

The event is organized by three Baltic national agencies, who are responsible for introducing their higher education and universities in India and abroad. 

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SCHEDULE

DATE: 28.11.2014

During the event you will discover

  • why study in Baltics
  • Baltic universities
  • degree programmes available
  • scholarships and career possibilities
  • visa/residence permit related information
  • 13:30 - 14:00 Registration
  • 14:00 - 15:30 Introduction to Baltics and education: Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. Q&A.
  • 15:30 - 19:30 Baltic Education Exhibition. Meet and greet Baltic universities, national education agencies and embassy representatives.
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  • Why study in Baltic states?

    Reason nr 1

    Most dynamic region in European Union with quickly developing economies and societies and excellent career opportunities

  • Why study in Baltic states?

    Reason nr 2

    Excellent quality of tuition, with some of the oldest universities in Northern Europe.

  • Why study in Baltic states?

    Reason nr 3

    Recognized diplomas – all Baltic countries are part of Bologna system, which means that your diploma will be recognized all over the world

  • Why study in Baltic states?

    Reason nr 4

    Excellent opportunities for student exchange and mobility programmes – all Baltic countries value student mobility and you can spend a year or semester in different universities in Europe, Asia or USA

  • Why study in Baltic states?

    Reason nr 5

    Low living expenses – compared to rest of Europe, living costs and costs of tuition are generally lower

What are the Baltic states?

Baltic region consists of three separate countries in Northern Europe – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia - three separate languages and histories, yet also very much alike. All Baltic countries are small, with Lithuania being largest at 2,9 million people (about the size of Jaipur), Latvia with 1,997 million people (about the size of Indore) and Estonia as the smallest, with 1.3 million people (about the size of Varanasi).

All countries have diverse histories with long traditions and all three are united in seeking way forward to better future. Baltic region is one of the most dynamic regions in Europe with quickly developing economies and societies, which is combined with excellent mobility due to being in Schengen Area of European Union and security, as all countries are members of NATO. Estonia and Latvia are using euro as their currency and  Lithuania will officially also join Eurozone in 2015. 

The size of the countries, combined with dynamic economies, offers great opportunities for working and career opportunities, with international companies expanding and new start-up companies are popping up everywhere. If you’re thinking about starting a career in Europe, then all three countries offer various support systems to assist you after your studies, either by allowing you to stay in country after graduation for some time to look for a job or offering you assistance when you want to launch your own company.

All Baltic countries have strong traditions in higher education with some of the oldest universities  - Vilnius University in Lithuania was founded in 1579 and Tartu University in Estonia founded in 1632. All countries have many universities, offering various courses in English from all imaginable disciplines, but especially renowned for technical subjects, medicine and information technology. Diplomas from universities of Baltic states are recognized all around the world.

International students are also finding themselves more and more attracted to Baltic region, with student numbers doubling in all three countries in just few recent years. All countries are also setting themselves ambitious goals, to offer ever more students the opportunity to study in quickly developing Northern European region and attract more and more quality students from all around the world, and seeking constantly to improve themselves.

If you think of starting your studies or career in Europe, think Baltics!

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Facts & Figures

ESTONIA

Area: 45,227 km2
Population: 1,3 million
Currency: Euro (€)
Membership: European Union, WTO, OECD & NATO, Schengen Area
Degree programmes taught in English: 100
International students: 4100
Scholarships for international students: available
Interesting fact: Skype was invented in Estonia

www.studyinestonia.ee

Contact: info@studyinestionia.ee

LATVIA

Area: 64 589 km2
Population: 1,997 million
Currency: Euro (€)
Membership: European Union, WTO, NATO, Schengen Area
Degree programmes taught in English: 145
International students: 4228
Scholarships for international students: available
Interesting fact: AERODIUM, Latvian brand, is the world`s leading company in producing wind tunnels and performing shows since 2005

www.studies.lv

Contact: studies@studies.lv

LITHUANIA

Area: 65 200 km2
Population: 2,9 million
Currency: Litas (Euro from January 2015)
Membership: European Union, WTO, NATO, Schengen Area
Degree programmes taught in English: 350
International students: 8153
Interesting fact: Majority of most powerful industrial and scientific lasers are manufactured in Lithuania

www.studyinlithuania.lt

Contact: info@studyinlithuania.lt

Where?

Jehangir Hall at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi
Address: 2, Sardar Patel Marg, Palika Vihar, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India

Telephone: +91 11 2611 0202


Contacts

Ms Merili Reismann
Telephone: +37256999735
Email: info@studybaltics.eu

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Make your dreams come true in Baltics and attend our event in order to get more detailed information about study possibilities.

The event is free of charge and requires pre-registration. REGISTER NOW Oh, invite your friends too

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