8 February 2014

43rd Croatian Seminar For Foreign Slavic Studies Students

Dear colleagues and students, the 43rd Croatian Seminar for Foreign Slavic Studies Students will be held in Dubrovnik from 18th to 29th August 2014. By attending lectures and participating in language exercise courses and seminars, our students will have the opportunity to improve their knowledge of Croatian language and to study different linguistic, literary, historical and cultural topics. The basis of the academic part of the programme are the lectures. This year's topic of the lecture cycle is „The Politics of Language, Literature and Culture“. Twelve experts from different fields will present recent views on this topic.

Further information on the Zagreb School of Slavic Studies and the 42nd Seminar is available at our website.

I am looking forward to meeting Croatian and Slavic Studies students and colleagues from all over the world and I take this opportunity to invite you to Dubrovnik to the 43rd seminar of the Zagreb School of Slavic Studies.

Associate professor Tvrtko Vuković, Ph.D,
Head of the Zagreb School of Slavic Studies


Zagreb School of Slavic Studies (Croatian Seminar for Foreign Slavic Studies Students) is organized by the Department of Croatian Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.


The School's participants are foreign students of Croatian and Slavic Studies, lecturers (professors, senior assistants with a Ph.D. and teaching/research assistants) who teach Croatian language and literature at foreign universities, experts who specialize in Croatian Studies in different research institutions, as well as translators of the Croatian language. The majority of participants are awarded scholarships by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia. However, persons who are prepared to cover the expenses of the seminar and the two-week stay in Dubrovnik can take part in the seminar.

Should a person choose to pay for his or her own participation, the fees for the full programme (lectures, cultural events, field trips, lodging and all meals included at the Hotel Lero) are 1,500 Euros while fees covering only the participation in classes and the cultural programme are 600 Euros. For more information, contact the Organization board.