Courses, groups and teachers

Course content & groups

Course content is designed to be relevant to your holiday, so you'll learn how to order in a restaurant, ask for directions, or book a hotel. You can try out the phrases you learn in the morning around town in the afternoon!

Lessons are conducted primarily in Croatian, although our teachers are fluent in both English and German. This approach has proven to help students quickly get used to hearing and understanding basic Croatian.

We teach small groups with no more than 10 students to enable positive interaction and communication. Our teachers strive to keep the learning experience enjoyable and informal despite the intense nature of the course.

We aim to accommodate all language levels, with guaranteed courses for beginners (A1) and intermediate speakers (A2/B1). Where possible we also group advanced speakers (B2/C1/C2), depending on demand.

Our language holiday teachers

Antonia RibičićAntonia Ribičić

Antonia has been teaching online for Školica since ​2014​.​ ​She studied English and Croatian studies in Split, and now teaches Croatian and English and works as a freelance translator. She also speaks German.

Mirjana BarovićMirjana Barović

Mirjana has taught for Školica since 2015, and is also responsible for the day-to-day management of the school. She is currently writing her masters theses in German language and literature, ethnology and cultural anthropology. She speaks fluent English and German, and Croatian sign language.

Paula IgalyPaula Igaly

Paula teaches in Munich and also helps with the day-to-day running of Školica. She studied Croatian and German Studies in Zagreb and worked as a translator, proofreader and editor. She speaks German, Slovenian, English and Italian.

Interested in taking part in a language holiday?

We'll be very happy to answer any questions you might have about any aspect of the language holiday, as well as to confirm course availability.

Contact us to find out more