1.1 The Academic Regulations is the basic document that regulates the studies and study relationships at the Estonian Business School (hereinafter referred to as EBS).
1.2 The Academic Regulations and amendments thereto are approved by the EBS Senate.
1.3 EBS organises studies at all levels of higher education: Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral studies plus refresher training. In addition to these regulations, the differences arising from the organisation of Doctoral studies are regulated by the Regulation for the Evaluation of Doctoral Students and the Regulation for the Defence of Doctoral Theses, which are both approved by the EBS Research and Development Council.
1.4 EBS offers full-time studies, part-time studies and external studies. The studies are conducted as daytime studies and session-based studies.
1.5 The studies take the form of face-to-face teaching, e-learning, practical work and independent learning. Face-to-face teaching is teaching in a study environment (incl. e-learning) that is conducted with the purpose of achieving learning outcomes as a lecture, seminar, practical course or consultation or in another format described in the syllabus. Both students and the lecturer participate in face-to-face teaching. Interactive teaching and learning methods are supported by cloud-based e-learning platform Canvas.
1.6 EBS aims to create and share new management knowledge and the skills and values for the successful realisation thereof by focusing on current and future executives, internationally active entrepreneurs and specialists in the field of business.
1.7 Information related to study organisation is exchanged and stored in the electronic study information system (hereinafter referred to as SIS). Notifications forwarded via the SIS and Canvas e-learning environment are considered formally sent.
1.8 Questions related to study organisation are in the competence of Vice-Rector for Academic affairs and are organised by the Office of Academic Affairs.