Creativity and Business Innovation (Professional Higher Education)

General

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Program Description

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Creativity and Business Innovation - three countries, two degrees, one adventure of a lifetime.

  • Bachelor of Arts degree
  • English language curriculum
  • Three-year program

Tuition fee per year:

  • EU residents - 4720€,
  • Non-EU residents -  5120€

Application deadlines

Admission for Spring semester 2021:

  • Application deadline for non-EU (EU visa required): 07.12.2020
  • Application deadline for EU (and EU visa-free countries): 07.12.2020
  • Application deadline for permanent residents of Estonia: 31.01.2021

Admission for Fall semester 2021:

  • Application deadline for non-EU (EU visa required): 31.05.2021
  • Application deadline for EU (and EU visa-free countries): 31.07.2021
  • Application deadline for permanent residents of Estonia: 30.09.2021

Creativity and Business Innovation is a program for aspiring entrepreneurs, product and service managers and corporate leaders. Built on a foundation of best business practices, the curriculum will train you to discover and develop novel business models, inspire co-founders and employees and manage a growing organisation. Nearly a quarter of the curriculum comprises of real-life problem-solving as a part of corporate internships in different European markets.

As a unique opportunity in Estonia, you can study for a semester on the same program at EUAS' partner universities:

  • Vilnius University of Applied Sciences in Vilnius, Lithuania;
  • Polytechnic Institute of Porto in Porto, Portugal.

Unlike ERASMUS exchange, while away you will be studying the same subjects you would have at EUAS. This means you can still graduate in three years - travel and academic adventure is something you can do as a part of your studies, not despite them.

Read our students' reviews about Creativity and Business Innovation programme HERE

Criteria for admission:

  • Internationally recognized secondary education;
  • Motivation letter/short essay (30%);
  • Admission interview (50%);
  • Motivation to study and an entrepreneurial mindset (20%);
  • IELTS 5.5 or equivalent proof of English proficiency (IELTS results can not be over 4 years old)

Curriculum

I year autumn semester

  • Teamwork
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Self-management in university
  • Self-development
  • Entrepreneurial behaviour and characteristics
  • Communication
  • Public speaking
  • Research methods
  • Academic writing
  • Estonian for the beginners

I year spring semester

  • Management
  • Personnel management
  • Enhancing creativity

II year autumn semester

  • Legal basics and documentation
  • Economics
  • Fundamentals of business
  • Organizational communication
  • Internship I
  • Knowledge and philosophy of science
  • Business ethics
  • Individual creativity

II year spring semester

  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Intervention theory and practice
  • Business models and evolutionary strategic development

III year autumn semester

  • Sales and market mechanisms
  • Business analysis
  • Enterprise financial management
  • Innovation strategy
  • Creativity as a Scientific Field of Study

III year spring semester

  • Final paper
  • Internship II

Last updated Nov 2020

About the School

The Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS) is a highly recognised private university in Estonia, located in the multiple award-winning Smart City called Ülemiste City. The key ... Read More

The Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS) is a highly recognised private university in Estonia, located in the multiple award-winning Smart City called Ülemiste City. The key themes that link our curricula are entrepreneurship and creativity. We aim to give our students skills, networks and mindsets to change their lives and impact the world! We welcome students from all around the world to study Undergraduate and Master’s programs which can be taken in English, Russian and Estonian. Our study programs are supported by an IT infrastructure adapted to the needs of full-time, part-time as well as distance learning. Read less