Summer courses at the French Institute

Make the most of your summer and dive into the French language and culture! From May to July, the French Institute of Estonia offers courses and workshops for different levels, as well as week-long intensive programs.

⇒ A selection of beginner courses are based on English.


Group courses

  • Levels A1.1, A1.2, A2.1, A2.2 and B1.3.
  • Improve all the four French language skills (speaking, listening, writing and reading) while getting to know French-speaking cultures.
  • From May to July.
  • Price: 299 €.
  • Read more about the program and the timetable HERE.


Thematic workshops

  • From May to June/July.
  • Price: 112 €.
  • Perfect for completing a traditional group course.
  • Read more about the program and the timetable HERE.
  • Thematic workshops for all levels:
    • “Voyage, voyage” – practical conversation course about travelling in France for complete beginners level A0.
    • Conversation course for level A1.1.
    • Writing workshop for level A1.
    • Strengthening level B1.1.
    • Initiation for level C1.
    • Preparation for the DELF B1/B2 exam.


One-week intensive courses

  • Levels A0, A1, A2, B1 and B2.
  • The aim is to revise/learn some basic knowledge and to strengthen your level.
  • One-week sessions are available in June and July.
  • Price: 93.33€
  • Read more about intensive courses HERE.


Summer courses for children and teenagers

In June and July, the French Institute offers week-long summer camps for children and teenagers. Read more HERE.


Register now because the number of places is limited! 

Information and registration: / + 372 627 11 96

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