EURAXESS Estonia for Employers

There are 9 member institutions in the EURAXESS Estonia Network. Each member organisation has a contact person.

If your institution is not yet a member of the network, you are still welcome to use our services! Your contact would be in this case the Estonian Research Council on

Some information provided on this page may be available only in Estonian.







(In Estonian below) Estonian Business School (EBS) is the tenth member of the Estonian National Network. Other members are the...
04/06/2018 - 07/06/2018
Estonia, Tartu, Tallinn
Training for administrative staff of research institutions by the Estonian Police and Boarder Guard Board. Held in Estonian. NB! Uus...
How to best attract talented researchers Research and science are at the origin of an innovative country. Besides strategic research...
20/11/2016 - 20/01/2017
Estonia, Tallinn, Tartu
Eesti EURAXESSi võrgustik kutsub T&A asutuste töötajaid Politsei- ja Piirivalveameti ja Välisministeeriumi koolitusele välisteadlaste ja -tudengite elamislubadest, viisadest, kindlustustest ja...



The European Charter & Code for Researchers (C&C) is composed of two documents:

  • the European Charter for Researchers and
  • the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.

The C&C is a collection of principles that describe rights and obligations of researchers, research performing and funding institutions.

Charter & Code

See also:

In Estonian: Vikipeedia - Euroopa teadlaste harta ja töölevõtmise juhend




HRS4R in Estonia


Encouragement to start

In early summer 2017 the European Commission in cooperation with the Estonian Research Council organised a regional information seminar on the HRS4R for the Baltic Countries. Read the thorough follow up article that will explain many questions in advance.

read article


See also:

In Estonian:

Vikipeedia - Inimvara arendamise strateegia teadlastele

Vikipeedia - Euroopa teadlaste harta ja töölevõtmise juhend

European Commission - Towards a European Framework for Research Careers (2011). Desctiprion of stages R1-R4.