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New programm coordinator

Submitted on March 22, 2017

From the 1st of January 2017 the Programme of Academic Studies of Estonian Language and Culture Abroad coordinates by foundation Archimedes:

http://haridus.archimedes.ee/en/academic-studies-estonian-language-and-culture-abroad

coordinator: Ms Annely Tank, annely.tank@archimedes.ee

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Estophilus

Submitted on Jan. 25, 2016

Event date Oct. 1, 2014

Scholarship Estophilus

The Estonian Institute offers scholarships to holders of a doctoral degree or Master’s or Doctoral students who are citizens of a foreign state and are studying at a university abroad, to write a research paper on an Estonia-related topic or to gather material for it.

The deadlines ...

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Estonian On-line Course

Submitted on Feb. 28, 2011

Estonian On-line Course in Tallinn University Summer School

Levels:     1. Beginner 2. Lower intermediate 3. Intermediate  4. Advanced

Schedule: Four 10-week sessions starting in January, March, June and September

Course components:

Independent study with textbook and CD
Additional online materials
Self-check online exercises and tests
Essay writing
Weekly Skype chats (writing) in minigroups
Individual phone lesson once a month

More information: http://summerschool.tlu.ee/online-courses/estonian-language-online/
Instructor: Mall Pesti (pestim@yahoo.com)

Free places at Winter School 2017

Submitted on March 22, 2017

In the framework of the Programme of Academic Studies of Estonian Language and Culture Abroad The Estonian Institute offers foreign students (enrolled at non-Estonian universities) 3 free places at Estonian language and culture course at Winter School organised by Tallinn University.

We offer free places only for intermediate or advanced ...

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Conference „Estonian Language and Culture in the World“

Submitted on March 22, 2017

Event date June 28, 2016

The fifth conference „Estonian Language and Culture in the World“ took take place in Tartu on 28th until 30th June 2016.

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Free places at Estonian language and culture summer courses 2016

Submitted on March 22, 2017

Event date March 10, 2016

In the framework of the Programme of Academic Studies of Estonian Language and Culture Abroad The Estonian Institute offers foreign students (enrolled at non-Estonian universities) free places at Estonian language and culture summer courses organised by Estonian universities in 2016.

THE LISTS OF APPLICANTS RECEIVED A FREE PLACE (link)

The Council of Academic Studies of Estonian Language and Culture Abroad selected the recipients of free places on the bases of letters of motivation and recommendations from teachers.

There were 75 applicants in total. The Council decided to give 38 free study places – 33 with and 5 without accommodation.

In case the applicant will not use the free study place, please inform Estonian Institute and the relevant university by 10 May 2016 at the latest by email to Katrin Maiste (katrin.maiste@estinst.ee).

The place left vacant will be offered to students on the reserve list by relevant university.

See Free places at summer courses 2016 (results)

Fourth Baltic Student Conference “Bridges in the Baltics” (Warsaw, 2016)

Submitted on March 22, 2017

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Third Baltic Student Conference “Bridges in the Baltics”

Submitted on Feb. 11, 2016

The Third Baltic Student Conference “Bridges in the Baltics” will be held at the Vilnius University  on 2–3 October 2015. The conference is dedicated to the European Day of Languages.

The aim of the conference is to bring together students from different countries who are engaged in the Baltic ...

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Conference “Bridges in the Baltics”

Submitted on Nov. 24, 2015

We are happy to invite you to our second Baltic Student Conference “Bridges in the Baltics” that will be held at the University of Latvia (Riga, Latvia) on 3–4 October 2014. The conference is dedicated to the European Day of Languages.
The aim of this conference is to bring together students from different countries who are engaged in the Baltic studies to give them a possibility to meet, present their academic work, learn from each other and make new contacts. The conference will also welcome plenary speakers from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

Everyone is welcome to give their presentation in any language mentioned above.

We kindly ask you to forward this invitation to all students possibly interested in the conference.