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CfA: Postgraduate Diploma in Serbian/Croatian or Slovene for Beginners

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  • Norris David
    School of Modern Languages and Cultures Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies University of Nottingham in conjunction with Centre for Russian and East
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 26, 2009
      School of Modern Languages and Cultures

      Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies



      University of Nottingham

      in conjunction with

      Centre for Russian and East European Studies [CRCEES]



      Postgraduate Diplomas and Certificates for beginners in Serbian/Croatian and Slovene



      These 9-month full-time Diplomas offer intensive language training for beginners in either Serbian/Croatian or in Slovene. They are designed as a preparation for research into this area of South-East Europe and target particularly reading and communication skills. They can also be taken as stand-alone language courses, for those interested in acquiring another language for professional, cultural or heritage reasons. The first semester foundation grammar course, the Certificate, can be taken as an independent course. Some experience of foreign language learning is preferable, but not essential, and an undergraduate degree (or equivalent) is required.



      The contact hours are 12-15 per week matched by independent study.



      The Diploma fees are equivalent to the University of Nottingham MA fee, half that rate for the Certificate. CRCEES offers one studentship per language (competitive) for the Diplomas, and there may be some funding (also competitive) available via the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Nottingham.

      You can apply for a place on-line, via the University of Nottingham postgraduate website.



      Enquiries:

      Professor Cynthia Marsh, Director of Postgraduate Research,

      Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies

      University of Nottingham

      Nottingham, NG7 2RD

      Tel: 0115 9515830/24

      cynthia.marsh@...


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