Universities want Russian graduates to be allowed to stay
Currently, a government regulation states that persons with Russian citizenship who have obtained higher education in Estonia cannot continue their studies in Estonia at the next level of education or enter the Estonian labour market, unless they have another basis for stay in Estonia than a residence permit for study.
According to Universities Estonia, 342 students with Russian citizenship are studying at Estonian universities at this point, 178 of whom are due to graduate this spring. Like other foreign students, many of them wish to continue their studies in Estonian higher education institutions at the next level of study.
Full report on The Baltic Times site