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The new building of Tallinn European School was opened today

4. September 2018 - 16:01

Today, the new building of Tallinn European School was opened. The new building can accommodate extra 400 people. The opening ceremony introduced the new academic year of the Tallinn European School.

Mailis Reps, the Minister of Education and Research enthused the school family at the opening ceremnony to achieve higher and higher goals. „Tallinn European School is one of a kind – this is only international school in Estonia whose graduates can apply to universities of European Union under same conditions as the citizens of a given country. Today marks the day when education in Estonia takes great leap forward,“ said Reps.

„The new building is the final step in establishing the Tallinn European School, now we are able tos et another goals for ourselves,“ said Auli Udde, the headmaster of the Tallinn European School. „During the new academic year, the school will grow in- and outside, I’d highlight the opening of the French section. The growth of students will set new opportunities for us, but we are happy that we now are able to focus even more on the development of the quality of teaching,“ Udde added.

The new building will accommodate about 600 students. The school will be the largest International school in Estonia. The school is located in the Kelmiküla neighborhood, on the borders of Kassisaba and Kalamaja, at the Tehnika street 18, Tallinn. 

Tallinn European School

  • The school was established in 2013 by the Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia and the school is a division of Foundation Innove.
  • The school is an Accredited European School and provides multilingual international education at nursery, primary and secondary levels.
  • The school follows European Schools’ curriculum and delivers the European Baccalaureate diploma.

More information on International education in Estonia can be found here

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