The EAA was delighted to organize another intensive Estonian culture and language course (ESTILC) for incoming international students. The ESTILC course 2016 took place from August 1-19 and was funded by the Archimedes Foundation. The participants were future Erasmus+ students from 9 different countries, who were provided language tutorials (teacher Vilma Lang) on beginners level and a versatile culture program. The students had the opportunity to visit many different places in and outside of Tallinn. Activities included (just to name a few): Tallinn historical city tour; Pärnu Augustiunetus culture festival; Keila-Joa waterfall, manor and park; bicycle tour at Paljassaare; Estonian sauna and much more!
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