Find out how you can study Estonian!

Those keen on learning the national language

will be interested to know that the Estonian Language Centres in Tallinn and Narva will shortly be holding information sessions about language-learning opportunities. During the sessions you will be given detailed information about the various ways you can study and practise the language, be it at the Estonian Language Centres themselves or through one of the Integration Foundation’s partners.

Information sessions

- Tallinn (Rävala pst 5, 6th floor): 4 February at 17:30 | 5 February at 9:00 | 7 February at 13:00 | 11 February at 17:30

- Narva (Kerese 3, 2nd floor): 2 February at 14:30 | 6 February at 13:00 | 7 February at 9:00

Why attend one of the information sessions? The Estonian Language Centres in Tallinn and Narva offer Estonian studies in a number of formats, with language courses being just one way of brushing up your skills. For example, 17 language cafés are currently held around the country (in Tallinn, Paldiski, Keila, Maardu, Narva, Kohtla-Järve and Jõhvi) with 238 people attending them.

Even more cafés will be opening their doors in April (in Pärnu, Tartu, Valga, Tapa, Haapsalu and Narva-Jõesuu), enabling a further 200 people to take part.

More than 500 people are able to participate in the Estonian language clubs found all over the country, and another 100 people in language get-togethers. In addition, our language centres offer a range of fun and interactive language-learning opportunities, including film nights, discussion evenings, quizzes and workshops.

And of course Estonian language studies are not only offered by our centres: courses are also organised by other state organisations like the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund and the Estonian Public Service Academy.

Please register for your preferred information session by calling 800 9999 or e-mailing your details (first name and surname, phone number, e-mail address and the date and location of your preferred session) to [email protected].

If none of the dates listed above suits you, you can call or e-mail to arrange a personal consultation. We will be offering regular information sessions in future, sharing information about the dates, times and locations on our website at and on the Estonian Language Centre Facebook page.