“Next Week in Tallinn”: the French Institute launches its newsletter in English

Starting in September, the French Institute in Estonia will have a new weekly newsletter in English, called "Next Week in Tallinn".

It will supplement our current newsletter, without replacing it. So which one will you choose? Here's a recap to help you decide:

"Next week in Tallinn"
  • NEW! (September 2017)
  • Every Thursday
  • In English (and French, of course)
  • Lists all the events organized by the French Institute, or related to French culture, taking place in Tallinn in the coming week
"Newsletter générale / Üldine Uudiskiri"
  • Our general newsletter, that we've been sending for a couple of years already it's not changing!
  • Every Wednesday
  • In Estonian and French
  • Gives a recap of our activities, news about language classes, or events taking place everywhere in Estonia
  • Allows you to win gifts every week

 

How to subscribe?

It's very easy and quick: a few clicks are sufficient.

...if you already subscribed to our newsletter:

  • Click on the "Edit your subscription" link in the footer of our newsletters
  • Tick the "Next week in Tallinn" box

...if you haven't subscribed to our newsletter yet:

  • Fill in the registration form on the right of this page
  • Choose the newsletter(s) you would like to receive by ticking the boxes
  • Confirm your subscription once you received the confirmation email
  • It's done!
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