Study information system (SIS) used at the academy is Tahvel.
- In the study system Tahvel you can register for courses, see the results, and submit the application for academic leave or APEL.
- HarID has to use students who don't have an Estonian ID code (get access to Tahvel). Students will receive an invitation to HarID. Students are asked to fill out the necessary information and create an account in HarID.
Help and information about the study information system Tahvel:
E-learning environment Moodle
To sign in to Moodle the user has to use an EAVA domain account (which usually is firstname.lastname).
After signing in to Moodle the user can access Moodle courses in which the user is participating or the user can use the password obtained from the teacher to register for the new course. Usually, the teacher adds students to courses automatically.
Help and information about Moodle:
Anu Roio, email@example.com
, tel +372 744 8109,
+372 5664 8030
EAVA e-mail addresses are typically written as firstname.lastname@example.org.
All our students have e-mail addresses and Gmail-based mailboxes if the user wants. User can also forward e-mails to preferred addresses if he/she so chooses.
If the user's name has any accented characters (ie Õ, Ü, Ž, etc) then those will be replaced with the character without an accent mark. When the same e-mail address already exists, then the newer address will have a number in the end (email@example.com) to make it unique.
When the student has completed all the studies at EAVA, after 1 month period, the @eava.ee mailbox and e-mail address will be closed and removed by the IT department. If the user wants, then it's possible to copy all the e-mails from the @eava.ee account to the user's preferred account. Instructions can be found
Printing, scanning and copying
Students can use the printer found in the second-floor lobby, next to the elevator. For printing, the students can use the computer next to the printer. It's possible to scan documents by e-mail.
If there are any technical issues, then contact the IT department in room B207 or write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
EAVA public Wi-Fi (AvaKosmos) is present in our main study building, UAS laboratory, and hangar.
Computer classroom (room C103)
Students have to use their personal EAVA domain accounts to sign in to EAVA computers (including computer classrooms). If needed, then teachers can and will use different accounts to sign in students (exams, limited access software, etc)
MS Office 365
EAVA students have access to MS Office 365 software. With one account, the software can be used on up to 5 devices.
If the student doesn't have access to MS Office 365, then please contact IT department via e-mail at email@example.com. Usually, those accounts are created when students' accounts are created and the information can be found on their @eava.ee inbox.
EAVA students and staff have access to MATLAB software for education purposes (commercial use prohibited). To get access to MATLAB, you need to have @eava.ee e-mail address. Visit the MathWorks website
and create a new account, you can download and install MATLAB software on your personal computer.
Changing EAVA domain account password
To change the EAVA domain account's password, please click here.
This doesn't change the password on the EAVA e-mail (Google) account.