LEARN CROATIAN

You can get a lot more of your stay in Croatia if you know a little of the local language and the social codes. After all, Croatian is the language of the environment in which you are going to live and study and will be an important part of your life in Croatia. Even if your courses are in a foreign language, you should have at least the basic knowledge of Croatian for everyday use and administrative needs.

 

Croatian Language Courses

 
University School of Croatian Language and Culture offers an intensive course of the Croatian language.
The School is organised in co-operation between the University of Zagreb and the Croatian Heritage Foundation
Learning Croatian during summer and winter vacations in Zagreb combined with a rich cultural programme has a long tradition and was initially intended for Croatian Diaspora but has evolved into a programme for anyone interested in experiencing the country while learning Croatian.
Every year the programme attracts up to 40 students from all parts of the world, ages 17 to 77, but mostly university students and young professionals.
The programme consists of the academic programme and the cultural programme.

For further information and for the application form, please contact: 

University of Zagreb
University School of Croatian Language and Culture
E-mail: croatianlang@unizg.hr
Trg maršala Tita 14
10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: (385 1) 46 98 102
Fax: (385 1) 46 98 132

www.unizg.hr

or

Croatian Heritage Foundation
Department of Education, Science and Sport
E-mail: lada@matis.hr
Trg S. Radića 3
10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: (385 1) 61 15 116
Fax: (385 1) 61 11 522
www.matis.hr

 

 
 
 
Croaticum
 
 
 
 
 
The Centre offers semester and monthly courses through the academic year to students who wish to learn Croatian during their studies at the University of Zagreb. Semester courses include language exercises at the Department for Standard Croatian Language at three levels of language proficiency. All three levels can be compared to CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages): Beginners to B1, Intermediate to B2 and Advanced to C1.
Each year Croaticum also organizes its Little Summer School of Croatian Language, Culture and Civilization lasting four weeks in July. For details and prices, please contact directly:
 
University of Zagreb
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Croaticum – Centre for Croatian as Foreign and Second Language
Room B 104 - Department of Croatian Studies
Ivana Lučića 3
HR-10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 6120-068
Fax: +385 1 6120-252

 





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