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Mart Habakuk became the first Chancellor of EBS

The Chairman of EBS Education OÜ Mart Habakuk became the first Chancellor of Estonian Business School in its 30 years of history. The Chancellor is responsible for financial management, asset management and development of the information technology.

Mart Habakuk became the first Chancellor of EBS

Mart Habakuk

Mart Habakuk says that he will now be able to have a more active impact on the day-to-day work of EBS and thus help to implement the changes outlined in the plan of development of EBS, that are necessary in the digital society to become a leader in the business education field.  

"The goal of EBS is to provide the best business education in our economic region and be one step ahead of the needs of the changed business environment,“ said Habakuk. “The first group of the new study programme, Management in Digital Society MBA, which considers the needs of the modern society, began their studies in September 2017. In order to support the studies, we have introduced an e-learning platform Canvas that is being used by the leading universities of the world, including Harvard and Stanford.“

There are a few more changes in the Rector´s Office of EBS in this academic year. Rector professor Arno Almann started his second term of office, whereas the ceremony of re-inauguration took place at the opening ceremony of the new academic year of EBS.

“I am convinced that the outcome of the 30 years of existence of EBS, the success of our alumni and the implementation of the plan of action in the coming years will secure us a firm place in the higher league of European business schools,” said professor Almann. “We have started an ambitious process of changes, but we would have not undertaken them without a strong team and confidence that we are prepared and able to succeed.“

In addition to the abovementioned important changes, EBS is going to celebrate its 30th anniversary of activity in 2018, which will take place in December next year.  

Estonian Business School, which has offices in Tallinn and Helsinki,  was founded in 1988 and is the oldest educational institution in the Baltic countries that offers business education. The school with its 1,500 students aims to provide academic knowledge and practical skills to future managers and business specialists through its Bachelor´s-, Master´s- and Doctoral programmes.


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