These decisions may include short and long term choices of career goals, as well as choices regarding the education and training necessary for reaching the desired goals.
If you have any career concerns and questions or you would simply like to talk about your future opportunities, please call, visit or send an e-mail to the Career and Counselling Centre to schedule an initial career counselling session.
A career counsellor’s job is to help you to make decisions that relate to your future progress, your working life or some other life change.
A career counsellor can also help you with your application documents or your preparation for a job interview.
For more complex questions, it is advisable to reserve a counselling time.
Important! The career counselling service is currently not available.
For academic and study-related questions, please contact the Academic Affairs Office at email@example.com or the Study Counsellor. If you need help with time management, decision making, goal setting, or developing learning skills, you can turn to university psychologists. Outside the university, career counselling is offered, for example, by the Unemployment Insurance Fund and WorkinEstonia.
For more information about working in Estonia visit: WorkinEstonia
For more information about studying in Estonia vist: StudyinEstonia