If students have questions related to studies, they can contact their faculty members, tutors, study coordinators, foreign relations specialists, or employees of the Department of Academic Affairs (email@example.com).
We have several volunteers who help new students to feel more welcome at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Buddies help to adapt to EKA by introducing the student life and providing with an opportunity to discuss problems from a student’s point of view. Buddy students can provide advice on how to find the necessary information and help in case you have questions about everyday life in Tallinn.
Buddy students 2019/2020:
Diana Drobot, Architecture and Urban Planning, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marie Jõgi, Interior Architecture, email@example.com
Eleri Paatsi, Cultural Heritage and Conservation, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hans Jakob Väär, Photography, email@example.com
Riin Maide, Graphic Art, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pille Alasi, Graphic Art, email@example.com
Sandra Jõesaar, Product Design, firstname.lastname@example.org
Karmen Vikat, Product Design, email@example.com
Karin Kiigemägi, Fashion Stylistics, firstname.lastname@example.org
Indrek Mesi, Jewellery and Blacksmithing, email@example.com
Kille-Ingeri Liivoja, Textile Design, firstname.lastname@example.org
Viktoriia Golokhvastova, Media Graphics, email@example.com
The goal of entrepreenurship counselling is to help the students make choices and decisions related to their education and careers. Counselling offers entrepreneurship program STARTUN, and also helps the students to learn about knowledgeable career planning, educational opportunities, the state of the labour market, and professions. It also promotes social engagement in the society as a whole. Students are better able to analyse themselves and their opportunities; to make informed decision, as well as plan and implement their personal career plans based on the principles of lifelong learning. Choosing a speciality is not the only career-related point of departure. It is also important to like and be satisfied by the chosen field.
The career counsellor also teaches students job searching skills – helps them to find suitable job offers, write their CVs and covering letters. Because in order to be self-confident during the interview and ready to answer complicated questions, a student needs to be prepared and to have undergone thorough self-analysis.
Counselling is available to the Academy’s students, graduates and entrants, and it is free to all these target groups.
Our psychologist-career counsellor is available for discussing any topic troubling your mind. There is no such thing as a trivial problem and you may also come when there seems to be no particular concern but you just feel like talking to someone.
You can talk with the psychologist in confidence on all topics that trouble you, including:
· Adaptation problems
· Issues related to communication and relationships
· Stress, sadness or depression
· Low self-esteem and insecurity
· Decision-making and the respective difficulties
· Loss of inspiration and motivation, creative problems
· Learning motivation and examination anxiety
· Difficult and unexpected events in life
The psychologist helps the advisees to understand and express their problem better, supports them in coming to terms with their thoughts, feelings, wishes and fears and assists them in finding a solution.
The main issues in career counselling include finding a suitable job and type of work, decision-making and insecurity in career choices, writing a motivation letter and CV, preparing for job interviews. For students who work during their studies, also the relations at work and finding a balance between work and school.
The counselling sessions take place in the head office of EAA (5th floor, room 528), they are private and confidential lasting about 45 minutes. There are usually several sessions.
Counselling is free of charge.
Please contact for making an appointment.
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel +372 56 619 649
The aim of the Academy’s IT Department is to ensure that the necessary ICT environment exists to ensure the execution of the Academy’s regulatory objectives. The assignments and field of activity described in the IT Department’s statutes include the development and management of the Academy’s data communications networks and the computer classes under the administration of the IT Department.
IT Department phone: 62 67 339