Learn Croatian

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.

Take a look at the free online portal for Croatian language at the following page.

Where to learn Croatian?

Croaticum – Centre for Croatian as Foreign and Second Language

Croaticum

Croaticum – Centre for Croatian as a Second and Foreign Language is the oldest and largest institution engaged in teaching, research and description of Croatian as a second and foreign language. It is part of the Department of Croatian Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb.

Croaticum offers different types of programmes: Semester Course of the Croatian Language and Culture, One-Month Course of the Croatian Language and Culture, Croaticum Summer , Autumn and Winter School of the Croatian Language and Culture, Specialised Intensive Course of the Croatian Language and Cultur, Online A1 course, Individual lessons in Croatian language and culture.

In addition to teaching, members of Croaticum’s staff are engaged in research and other professional activities. They regularly publish research papers, as well as textbooks and workbooks used to teach Croatian as a second and foreign language. Croaticum organises the annual Professional and Scientific Symposium for Lectors of Croatian as a Second and Foreign Language (SIH), Croaticum Round Table (COS) as a place to discuss current linguistic issues, and the programme Culture at Croaticum (KUC). Other activities include cultural events and Croatian language testing for different purposes.

For more information:

University of Zagreb

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Department of Croatian Language and Literature

Croaticum – Centre for Croatian as a Second and Foreign Language
Ivana Lučića 3
HR - 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

Web: http://croaticum.ffzg.unizg.hr/?lang=hr

Phone: +385 (1) 4092-068

e-mail:  croaticum@ffzg.hr

 

The University School of Croatian Language and Culture

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 two parts: the academic programme and the cultural programme.

For further information and application form, please contact:

University of Zagreb
University School of Croatian Language and Culture
E-mail: croatianlang@remove-this.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 pf Education, Science and Sport
E-mail: lada@remove-this.matis.hr
Trg S. Radića 3
10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: (385 1) 61 15 116
Fax: (385 1) 61 11 522
www.matis.hr

 

E-learning course of Croatian

The University of Zagreb, the Croatian Heritage Foundation & the University Computing Centre offer an e-learning course of the Croatian language at the beginner level. The course is aimed at people with no previous knowledge of Croatian, or with very basic knowledge of the language.

The course is a form of distance learning, more precisely, it is e-learning through a learning management system (LMS) and also through 24 teaching hours with experienced language instructors (native speakers) over Skype or Webinar.

More information on E-learning course of Croatian.

 

Croatian language course in Dubrovnik

More information here.



Top