French courses in Tallinn from January 2020

Looking for the best place to learn French in Tallinn? Come and join the French Institute of Estonia! Our courses combine theory and practice, oral and written skills in a cozy Frenchy atmosphere. Our French teachers are professionals who give beginners a strong foundation and help to perfect the language of those who already master French.

 

⇒ We offer special courses for English speakers.

FOR THE JANUARY TIMETABLE CLICK HERE!

 

NEW FRENCH COURSES IN TALLINN FROM JANUARY:

  • Courses based on English and/or French.
  • All levels from beginners to advanced (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2).
  • The courses will take place from January to May at the French Institute of Estonia in Tallinn Old Town.
  • The level courses allow you to improve your oral and written skills.
  • Price: 320€ (adults) / 170€ (youngsters).
  • FOR THE JANUARY TIMETABLE CLICK HERE!

 

7 REASONS TO LEARN FRENCH WITH US:

  1. Practical courses that give a strong foundation in oral and written language.
  2. Our courses are of excellent quality and among the cheapest on the Estonian market.
  3. The French Institute has a large choice of courses for all the levels (beginner to advanced, A1-C2).
  4. Our teachers are highly qualified and experienced.
  5.  80% of our teachers speak French as their mother tongue.
  6. We are flexible and offer everyone an adapted study programme: group courses, workshops or private lessons; courses for adults, young people, and companies.
  7. We create an inspiring environment for learning French. Every month, the Institute organizes a language café where you can practice your French in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Throughout the year, we offer you a rich cultural programme in cooperation with our partners.

 

COURSES FOR BEGINNERS

Level A.1 (complete beginners course, part 1/2)

  • Monday and Wednesday 8.30-10.00
  • 2 x 1h30min / week
  • From 13 January to 29 April
  • Based on English and French
  • Price: 320€

Level A.1 (short course – complete beginners, part 1/4)

  • Tuesday 12.00-13.30
  • 1 x 1h30min / week
  • From 14 January September to 31 March
  • Based on English and French
  • Price: 160€

Level A.1 (complete beginners course, part 1/2)

  • Tuesday and Thursday 17.15-18.45
  • 2 x 1h30min / week
  • From 14 January to 30 April
  • Based on English and French
  • Price: 320€

Level A2.1 (elementary level 1/2)

  • Saturday 10.00-13.00
  • 1 x 3h / week
  • From 18 January to 2 May
  • Based on English and French
  • Price: 320€

Level A2.1 (short course – elementary level 1/4)

  • Thursday 12.00-13.30
  • 1 x 1,5h / week
  • From 16 January to 2 April
  • Based on English and French
  • Price: 160€
INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED LEVELS
  • Courses are based on French
  • Find the timetable here

With 1,000 annual registrations for our French courses, the Institute’s language center is the benchmark for learning French in Estonia. Join the French community of Estonia!

REGISTRATION

 

LANGUAGE TEST

You already speak French but don’t know your level? Take our free language test so that we can offer you to the group that is best suited for you.

Our courses are developed according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Learn more about the levels.

 

COURSE REGISTRATION

If you have already attended our courses, a user account has been created automatically. Please contact our course manager (cours@ife.ee) to receive your username and password.
If you have not taken a course at the Institute before, please create an account on the platform. This does not imply any purchase obligation.

The platform allows you to…

  • consult our course catalog
  • register for courses and order workbooks
  • register for DELF/DALF exams
  • check your mark of the final test

REGISTRATION

 

Information and registration: cours@ife.ee or +372 627 11 96

French courses Tallinn 2020

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