In other languages: Suomi
All of the courses currently listed here take place in Russia, meaning that many attendees will require a visa in order to attend. Please plan accordingly, and be sure to reach out to the organizers of the course well in advance if you require a letter of invitation.
I'm not currently listing any courses in those Uralic languages that have official status in a sovereign state (Estonian, Finnish, and Hungarian), but may add them later. They will most likely get their own page, due to the large number of options.
This list was last edited on June 4th, 2020.
Unfortunately, there is no good website to link to for the Erzya and/or Moksha program offered by Mordovia State University in Saransk. The application period for 2019 is over, and I doubt it will happen this year, but I will try to post the 2021 application form (and relevant contact info) here when it is announced.
Summer School of Mari Language and Culture – this page is from 2017. It is unclear when the next Mari summer school will be held, but feel free to get in touch with the university (contact information is provided on their website) if you are interested.
Udmurt Summer Language School – a number of students of Uralic languages have attended this program and learned a lot from it. I personally have not yet made it, but would like to at some point. This year, they are moving online; classes will be held from July 20th to 31st.
Summer courses in a number of Turkic languages relevant to the study of Uralic linguistics.
Chuvash Summer Camp (in Russian) – a number of people I know have also attended this event and enjoyed it. The main organizer is also an Esperanto speaker. This event has unfortunately been canceled for 2020, with luck it will return next year.
Feel free to email me@<this site's domain name> if you have further questions, or believe I have made a mistake somewhere. Bear in mind that I am not getting paid to maintain this site, so time-consuming updates may be some time coming.