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14.02.2020 – 01.05.2020

Estonian Institutes schooling program “Culture step” is organized for people whose native tongue is not Estonian and who are interested in learning more about Estonian culture, nature, history and everyday life. The program consists of lectures, discussions, study trips and visits.

The program is free for the participants and each participant completes 25 academic hours worth of activities. The program is held in Tallinn and Harju County (Russian and English groups) as well as in Narva and Ida-Viru County (Russian groups).

All the information including how to register is available on a freshly launched Culture Step website www.kultuurisamm.ee. 

2020 spring program events start in the first week of March and last until May. Further information regarding the program will be sent to everyone who has registered.

The program is open for everyone who isn’t a native Estonian speaker and is at least 16 years old.

Estonian Institute started the “Culture step” program in autumn 2018. In the first year 252 participants completed the program. In august 2019 a new group was opened for people living in Ida-Viru County. During autumn 2019 181 participants completed the program in Harju county and 124 in Ida-Viru county.