As part of its Baltic Studies program, the Department of Scandinavian Studies at the University of Washington offers two years of classroom instruction in Estonian as well as an opportunity for continued independent study of the language. A broad array of courses related to Estonia and the Baltic are also offered. Students majoring in Scandinavian Area Studies may select Estonian as their language of emphasis, and Estonian may also be a focus of those who do graduate work leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. in Scandinavian Studies.
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- 2014 Baltic Studies St. Martin's Fundraiser
- Alumna Mall Pesti Publishes a Book of Estonian Childrens’ Poems in English
- Estonian Artist Turns Ancient Instruments into Heavy Metal
- Estonian Choir Performs in Celebration of Veljo Tormis' 85th Birthday
- Estonian Independence and Song Festival Celebration
- Former Student Translates Finnish Novel
- Graduate Student Liina-Ly Roos Awarded Master's Degree
- Graduate Student Liina-Ly Roos Published in Baltic Screen Media Review
- Guntis Šmidchens Interview in The Daily
- Guntis Šmidchens' New Book Explores "The Singing Revolution"
- Liina-Ly Roos Awarded Nadia Christensen Award for Excellence in Nordic Studies
- NATO Specialist Discusses Military Preparedness in the Baltic
- Sofia Oksanen: ‘We know about British colonialism. Russian colonialism is not well known.’
- The Baltic in the 21st Century on UW TV