Studying Estonian independently

There are a number of options for independent studies of Estonian: attending language cafés, using culture modules and making the most of the e-learning opportunities provided by Keeletee or Speakly.
 

Keeletee
https://www.keeletee.ee, mis on sobib iseseisvaks õppeks alates 0-tasemega algajatest kuni B1-tasemel edasijõudnuteni.
 

Speakly
www.speakly.me

To access free Estonian studies via the programme do the following:

1. Go to www.speakly.me

2. Click on ‘Purchase now’

3. Log in, select Estonian and choose any package

4. Enter the discount code ‘EV100’, which will reduce the purchase cost to zero

5. Take a placement test to determine your language level

6. Start studying!

For further information please contact: Ott Ojamets | CEO, Speakly | +372 51 20 938 | ott@speakly.me

Estonian language and culture clubs

The clubs are open to anyone who has passed an Estonian language exam at the B2 or C1 levels.
Additional information: Jana Tondi | Head of Language and Cultural Immersion | +372 659 9069 | jana.tondi@integratsioon.ee

Culture module

Over the course of five training days and five excursions that make use of interactive learning, participants find out about life in Estonia today, key events in the country’s past, its cultural symbols and natural environment. The programme includes a range of workshops as well. Those taking part also have the opportunity to share elements of their own culture, broaden their network and become part of the story of those who have relocated to Estonia. Activities take place twice a week from September to November with a range of training times to choose from. A total of 150 people are able to take part in the programme in autumn 2018. Participation is free of charge.

For more detailed information or to register, go to www.erm.ee/et/news/kultuuriline-loimumine-18 (also available in Russian at www.erm.ee/ru/news/programma-estonskoi-kultur6-18).

The culture modules will also be offered in Narva and other towns in Ida-Viru County.