Cleveland State University
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Department of Modern Languages
Rhodes Tower 1654a
2121 Euclid Avenue
US-Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Dr Luka Zibelnik
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[email protected]

Optional beginners and advanced courses for students of modern languages and other programmes, postgraduate students and external participants. Distance learning courses


University of Kansas
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
1445 Jayhawk Blvd, Rm. 2130
US-Lawrence, KS 66045-7594

Marta Pirnat Greenberg
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Elective courses: Slovene as a second or third Slavic language for undergraduate students with a solid knowledge of another Slavic language and graduate students with research plans in Slovene studies, e.g. in Slovene history, politics, or linguistics. Students can enroll in 1–6 hours of language course and work with the instructor following an individualized plan that is designed according to their needs, goals, and background.


University of Washington
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Box 353580
US-Seattle, WA 98195-3580

Dr Michael Biggins
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One-year beginners and intermediate courses for students who have already studied a Slavic language or German. The main aim of the courses is the reinforcement of research competences, especially of postgraduate students, who are, in addition to their main subject, interested in Slovene language, culture and history. The courses are also open to external participants, especially children of Slovene emigrants.



Stanford University
Stanford  School of Humanities and Sciences
Building 1, Main Quad
450 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-2070

Mag Maria J. Rode
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One-year beginners and intermediate courses, enrolment possible for autumn, winter and summer semesters. For students of modern languages and other study programmes, and postgraduate students to gain Slovene language competency, also for their research and other study purposes.