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Estonian Language Summer Courses

The program

The International Summer University of the University of Tartu offers eight Estonian language programs in different levels. The main objectives of the courses will be: 

  • giving/improving basic knowledge of the Estonian language
  • improving oral and written language skills
  • learning to understand what is heard or read
  • getting familiar with the Estonian culture
 

There will be no single teaching method favoured in these courses. Instead, a variety of methods will be used to meet the needs of most students. The language of instruction is English.

The courses

The Estonian language summer courses will be divided into different modules according to the levels of language skills:

  • Estonian language for the students at elementary level (July 21 - August 1)
  • Estonian language for the students at pre-intermediate level (August 4 - 15)
  • Estonian language for the students at intermediate level (August 4 - 15)
  • Estonian language for the students at upper-intermediate level (August 4 - 15)
 

The final distribution between the modules will be made according to the test results and conversation with teachers taken on the first day of the courses.
Get detailed information about each module main topics at this program webpage.

Applications and costs

To apply you must download the application form and send it to Ms Kersti Reinson (see contacts below). The application deadline is June 1, 2008.
The fee for each module is 5600 EEK. There will be a reduced fee (5%) for students participating in two sequent modules. Participation fee covers study materials, classes, coffe breaks and two visits to the museums.

Organiser

University of Tartu

Information and contacts

Kersti Reinson
The Language Centre of the University of Tartu
address: Näituse 2, 50409 Tartu, Estonia
tel. 00372.737.5357
fax. 00372.737.5357 
mail. kersti.reinson@ut.ee

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