Morning Course of Slovene Language Online
An 80-lesson language course held twice a week in the mornings.
Autumn: 3 Oct 2022–16 Jan 2023
Spring: 27 Feb–7 Jun 2023
- Autumn: 3 October 2022–16 January 2023 (no classes: 31 Oct–4 Nov, 26 Dec–2 Jan)
- Spring: 21 February–7 June 2023 (no classes: 10 April, 24 April–2 May)
- three 45-minute lessons twice a week, 80 school hours
- Mondays and Wednesdays from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm (Slovene time)
The course is organized as a videoconference on ZOOM. The online classes are similar to the ones in a regular classroom. Your teacher is going to be with you live, twice a week for 3 school hours, and will answer your questions. The teacher will give you various tasks. There will be plenty of opportunities for conversation, phonetic exercises, grammar tasks, reading, listening and writing activities.
We will send you the learning material via regular mail; you will receive it before the beginning of the course.
IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE ONLINE CLASSES, YOU NEED:
- a good internet connection,
- a computer with a camera and a microphone
- and a quiet room.
Price: EUR 650
The learning material is included in the price.
Registration and payment
You can apply for the course via internet at least three weeks before the course begins. After we have received your application form, we will send you the invoice by regular or e-mail.
The language course must be paid in full no later than 10 days before the beginning of the course. You should send your payment receipt via e-mail or postal address.
When we have received the payment receipt we will send you the letter of acceptance as well as information material on the Morning Course of Slovene Language.
ParticipantsAnyone with an interest in learning or improving their Slovene is very welcome to attend our courses. However, participants must be at least 18 years old. More about the participants.
Certificate of Attendance
At the end of the course you will receive an official Certificate of Attendance of a Slovene language course at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana.
After successful completion of the course participants are awarded 4 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credit points.
Certificate of Slovene
If you want to obtain an official certificate of Slovene you can take the Exam of Slovene at the Examination centre of the Centre for Slovene as a Second and Foreign Language.
ScholarshipsMembers of Slovene ethnic minorities in other countries and descendants of Slovene expatriates and emigrants can apply for the scholarship; applications should reach us before 31 August 2022. More information and application…