Slovene language summer schools
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Summer is one of the best times of the year to visit Slovenia. Get to know the country while learning Slovene, oneof the very few languages in the world to use the dual form alongside the singular and plural. Slovene is also anofficial language of the European Union. Interest in learning Slovene is growing all the time, with the result thatmore and more summer schools are available. Most of the students are Slovenes living outside the borders of Slovenia, the descendants of Slovene emigrants andforeigners with a Slovene partner. Then there are those who are planning to live in or are already living in Slovenia.Summer schools are open to all who are interested in learning this beautiful and – according to many students –rather difficult language.
Principal organisers of summer schools
The Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language, which operates under the aegis of the Ljubljana UniversityFaculty of Arts, organises two Slovene language summer schools each year – an adult summer school and a youthsummer school. The latter is open to youngsters aged 14 to 17. Candidates may apply for the
which are awarded annuallyby the government.
The Faculty of Humanities in Koper
Scientific ResearchCentre Koper
organise an annual Slovene language summer course onthe coast called Hello, This is the Slovene Mediterranean! The course isopen to young people aged 15 and over. The National Education Institute runs an annual summer school for
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