Thank you for your interest in the Croaticum Winter School of Croatian Language and Culture. The Croaticum Winter School of Croatian Language and Culture will take place from 28/01/2019 until 15/02/2019. Lessons are held daily from Monday to Friday in the morning and early afternoon. The course includes 75 lessons. The tuition fee, which covers all lessons (language exercises, speaking exercises, and lessons in Croatian culture) is 450 EUR, and the enrollment procedure can be completed only in person at our offices (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, room B 103, Ivana Lučića 3, Zagreb, Croatia). On the first day, […]
Croaticum office will be closed for administrative work until the 6th of January 2019. See you next year! La oficina de Croaticum estará cerrada hasta el 6 de enero de 2019. ¡Nos vemos el próximo año!
The free online Croatian language course for level A2 is open to everyone from the 15th of December 2018. The contents of the course were developed by Croaticum team, and the technical support is being handled by the Centre for e-learning at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. The project was supported and financed by the Central State Office for Croats Abroad. The A2.HR course consists of 80 lessons, each lasting 45 minutes, and the interface, directions and technical support are available also in English and Spanish. To access the course, please click here. […]
CROATICUM OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE WORK ON the 30th OF NOVEMBER 2018. Please contact us via e-mail or stop by the office on Monday, 3 of December 2018. Thank you for understanding.
Croaticum – Centre for Croatian as a Second and Foreign Language participated in a panel on the importance of integration of people granted asylum and asylum seekers into Croatian society. The panel titled Literary Awareness was organized on 20 November 2018 by the Dugave Library and the Civic Initiative of Dugave. For the seventh time, the panel gathers citizens and discusses the literature of the countries of the asylum seekers and people granted asylum with the hope that it can sensitize Croatian society to people seeking refuge in Croatia, fleeing their homelands affected by war or other life-threatening circumstances. This […]