According to Statistics Estonia, in the academic year 2020/2021, international students and graduates in Estonia paid more than ever before in labour taxes: a total of 16 million euros. At the same time, the number of international students was smaller, while the number of international graduates…Read more
This academic year, 5,072 foreign students are receiving higher education in Estonian universities, which is 164 less than last year. Despite a slight decrease in the number of international students, compared to the previous year the enrolment of students increased by 20%.Read more
In the framework of the programme “EU4Skills: Better skills for modern Ukraine“ Estonian Education and Youth Board (Harno) has announced international tender in order to find infosystem developers to create digital tool for data processing of vocational education information system.Read more
The Education and Youth Board
The Education and Youth Board (Harno) is a government agency of the Ministry of Education and Research that deals with the implementation of Estonian education and youth policy. Our goal is to offer Estonian people high-quality, modern, and equally accessible educational opportunities. We want everyone to be able to create a personal learning path for their entire life cycle!
The joint institution was established on the basis of the services of Foundation Innove, Foundation Archimedes, Information Technology Foundation for Education and Estonian Youth Work Center. Harno was set up on August 1, 2020.