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SLOVENE AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON SCHOOL OF SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES

Established in 1915, the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is one of the world's leading specialist institutions, and the largest national centre in the UK for the study of Central, Eastern and South-East Europe and Russia. SSEES is offering an unparalleled range of evening courses in Central and East European Languages - some of which are not available for part-time study anywhere else in the UK.

 

Evening courses of Slovene

Starting in October 2018 SSEES UCL will again run evening courses of Slovene language at all levels: beginners, lower intermediate, upper intermediate, advanced and advanced plus. These small interactive courses develop conversation skills without losing sight of the fundamentals of grammar. They are ideal for anyone interested in the rich culture and unique language of Slovenia.

You can find more information about the Slovene courses HERE

Enrolment for the Autumn Term of the 2018/19 academic year will open when the timetable is confirmed at the beginning of August.

Enrol online HERE

More information is available from Maja Rančigaj Beneš, Slovene language teacher: m.rancigaj(at)ucl.ac.uk

 

Slovene at the Degree Level

At the undergraduate (BA) level there are two modules available, Slovene A optional 'off-track' language module, and the optional content module Between the Alps and the Adriatic: Modern Slovene Culture and Literature. At the postgraduate level (MA) there is available an optional language module MA New Language: Slovene.

Students can also obtain a grant to study Slovene at the two-week long Summer Seminar for Slovene Language, Literature and Culture organised by the University of Ljubljana.

SLOVENE AT UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM

At the University of Nottingham you can study Slovene at the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, where Slovene has been taught uninterruptedly since 1974. Slovene is currently offered in the Language Centre of the department of Modern Languages and Cultures.

 

Slovene at the Degree Level                   

In the Language centre the optional language module Slovene 1 is available for undergraduates and postgraduates students.

Students can also obtain a grant to study Slovene at the two-week long Summer Seminar for Slovene Language, Literature and Culture organised by the University of Ljubljana. MORE

 

Evening courses of Slovene                                                  

Starting in October 2018 the Language Centre will run an evening course on Slovene culture and language. The course is designed for students who have no previous knowledge of the language.

Enrol online HERE

Further information is available from Maja Rančigaj Beneš, Slovene language teacher: maja.rancigaj(at)nottingham.ac.uk

FREE CLASSES OF SLOVENE FOR CHILDREN

Free Slovene lessons for children are running every Saturday between 10.30 and 15. at St Marylebone Parish Church, Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LT

Further information is available from teacher Urška Rozman by email u.rozman(at)gmail.com or phone 07960666747

Classes of Slovene are organized and financed by Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport and National Education Institute Slovenia.

CENTRE FOR SLOVENE AS A SECOND / FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language extends understanding of the Slovene language, literature and culture on an international scale. It also encourages international research in Slovene language and literature, organises professional and scientific conferences and develops the complete infrastructure for attaining, examining and certifying proficiency in Slovene as a second/foreign language.

The Centre operates under the auspices of the Department of Slovenian Studies at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana.  

Centre for Slovene also runs a comprehensive program of Slovene language courses in Slovenia that are intended for those whose first language is not Slovene.