Estonia for Researchers


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The EURAXESS Estonia Network provides information and support to mobile researchers (incl PhD students) and their family members on relocating to Estonia and from Estonia.

This portal has practical information on professional and daily life in Estonia, job and funding opportunities.

EURAXESS is a platform for researchers, entrepreneurs, universities, and businesses to interact with each other.

All EURAXESS services are are free of charge.




The EURAXESS portal serves as a live database of job and funding offers. Institutions and research groups can post their offers and researchers can browse and apply through the portal.

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Most research funding instruments in Estonia are managed by the Estonian Research Council.

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Research job positions available




The EURAXESS Estonia Network helps incoming researchers and their families with administrative procedures and provides support for settling in. Find information about residence permits and visas, taxation regulations, international day care and schools and social events held in English and much more in the INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE section.

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EURAXESS Centres in Estonia



We help research performing institutions in Estonia and their administrative staff to solve various issues regarding welcoming international employees. Our INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE section is for you as well as for researchers.

Largest research institutions in Estonia are members of the EURAXESS Estonia network and each have a EURAXESS contact person.

Read more about what EURAXESS can offer to you and your institution.


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EURAXESS Estonia Service Centres are located at largest research, funding and supporting institutions in Tartu and Tallinn.

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Service centres are in Tallinn and Tartu



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Research in Estonia initiative

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Estonia - a place for science

Research in Estonia is a promotional initiative with the aim to introduce Estonian research on an international level and for international audience. Find information about Estonia and up to date Estonian research news.

Goals: to support the image of Estonia as an attractive science based country; to ensure that the information about Estonian research is up-to-date and accessible for foreigners; through communicating success stories to support the awareness of the Estonian R&D results and cooperation between researchers, companies in smart specialization fields.




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