Evening courses of Slovene at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies
SSEES UCL runs evening courses of Slovene language at the beginners’ and upper intermediate levels on Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 6.30 pm.
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: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/languages-at-ucl-ssees/evening-courses/slovene
More information is also available from Maja Rančigaj, Slovene language teacher: email@example.com
Anyone interested in Slovene language and Slovenia is warmly invited!
Slovene school for children
|Free Slovene classes for children are held every Wednesday at:
University College London
Pearson Building, Room G26
London WC1E 6BTClasses for younger children from 6 – 7.05 pm.
Classes for older children from 7.10 – 8.15pm.
Enrolment and further info:
Education for adults
University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham is the only university in the United Kingdom where Slovene can be studied to a degree level. You can study Slovene in the Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, where Slovene has been taught uninterruptedly since 1974. Various courses are aimed at full-time and part-time students alike, who can study the language for either one, two or three years.
Due to the Erasmus student exchange programme, there is the opportunity for a student of Slovene to spend part of their academic year in Slovenia at the University of Ljubljana, where they can further perfect their Slovene, or they can join the Comenius Programme and spend their Year Abroad as language assistants. Students can also obtain a grant to study Slovene at the Summer Seminar for Slovene Language, Literature and Culture organised by the University of Ljubljana.
Other websites of Slovene student groups:
Cambridge University Slovenian Society (CUSiS): http://www.srcf.ucam.org/cusis/