On 18 August at 10 a.m., registration for free Estonian language courses will begin on the website www.integratsioon.ee of the Integration Foundation. Adults above 18 years of age can register for the courses, using an ID card, Mobile-ID or Smart-ID.
We have a total of 157 courses starting where 2512 adults interested in learning Estonian are welcome. The Integration Foundation provides free Estonian language of communication courses at A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels.
You can register for the course using an ID card, Mobile-ID or Smart-ID. It is important for a registrant with an ID card to remember that a card reader and a PIN1 code are required, and to make sure that the card certificate is valid and ID software is installed on the computer.
"Electronic identification of course registrants by an ID card, Mobile-ID or Smart-ID provides an opportunity to speed up the registration process, avoid possible mistakes when entering registrant data and make the formation of study groups smoother," says Jana Tondi, Head of Language Learning at the Integration Foundation.
The course schedule is available HERE. In order for the registration to go smoothly, it is recommended that you read the rules for course registration and test your language skills in advance.
For those who are unable to register for the courses through online registration, the Integration Foundation provides a free consultation service. As a result of consultation, a person's language learning needs, motivation and learning experience are mapped, and later they may be invited to study at the Integration Foundation's Estonian Language Houses or a suitable training provider when the next language courses begin.
To register for consultation, please contact our consultants via e-mail at [email protected] or the free-of-charge phone line 800 9999.
The Estonian language courses provided by the Integration Foundation are financed by the Ministry of Culture.