Registration for free Estonian language courses has opened on the Integration Foundation's self-service portal. Classes start on August 29, across the country and online.
A total of 535 places are open for enrolment in 49 different courses between levels A1–C1. The courses are free and meant for adults from the age of 18.
Face-to-face language courses take place in nine cities: Tartu, Pärnu, Valga, Tapa, Sillamäe, Jõhvi, Kohtla-Järve, Tallinn, and Narva.
In addition, there will be ten online courses that allow participation from all over Estonia.
Courses are now open for registration via the self-service portal of the website of the Integration Foundation. Registration is open until all places are filled or until the start of the course.
To enter the self-service portal, users must identify themselves with an Estonian ID-card, Mobile-ID, or Smart-ID.
Foundation counselors can help people who do not have access to the self-service portal choose language-learning opportunities and register for them – call 800 9999 free of charge or send an email to [email protected]
At the end of September, the Integration Foundation will also open registration courses in Lüganuse, including in Kiviõli, and in Lääne-Harju municipality in Paldiski.
Special courses are help for those wishing to apply for Estonian citizenship and Settle in Estonia also offer courses starting from A1 level.
Editor: Helen Wright