Immigration and integration



  • Eesti keele tasemetestid – Web-based Estonian language tests.
  • Efant – Learning environment that helps you to learn the Estonian language and history for free in Estonian or Russian. The page can be used in Estonian or Russian.
  • Estonia 101 – A blog about life in Estonia. Written in English.
  • Etno Web – A video channel that focuses on the topic of national minorities in Estonia.
  • Eures – Information about living and working in Estonia.
  • Expat ExchangeVarious information for people who are about to move to Estonia. Includes job offers and a forum.
  • Folkuniversitetet – Free Estonian courses for Russian speakers. The page can be used in Estonian or Russian.
  • Haridus- ja Noorteamet  – Page for teachers and education specialists. Contains information about the opportunities and experiences of arranging education of non-Estonian speaking children.
  • Human Rights Centre – The Estonian Human Rights Center, which has the main objective of promoting the protection of human rights in Estonia and elsewhere.
  • Keeletee Advanced Estonian language learning for English or Russian speakers (level 0-A2).
  • KohanemisprogrammAdaption program for new immigrants.
  • GOV.UKInformation for British citizens about moving to and living in Estonia.
  • Integration Foundation – The Integration Foundation. Free Estonian courses, adaption courses and interactive video courses for new immigrants.
  • Pilveraal – A blog post about moving to Estonia – contains practical information and everyday observations.
  • Politsei- ja Piirivalveamet – Information about valid identity documents that are accepted in Estonia.
  • EestiInformation for foreigners in Estonia: minority nationalities, living and working permits for foreigners, the rights of foreigners and non-citizens.
  • Speak Languages – Online Estonian language course.
  • Study in Estonia – Information about studying in Estonia.
  • Töötukassa – The homepage of the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund has information about registering as unemployed, social benefits, finding a job and many other topics.
  • Keeleklikk – A free online Estonian language course for Russian or English speakers.
  • Edukool SA – Information about free Estonian language courses for Russian speakers.
  • TimetablesPublic Transport in Tallinn and Harjumaa – buses, trams, trolleybuses, trains etc.
  • WalkTalkAn application for learning beginner level Estonian, English, German or Russian.


For refugees

  • Eesti pagulasabi – The Estonian Refugee Council deals with provides support and services for refugees.
  • Human rights – The Estonian Human Rights Center’s page for refugees.


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