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.
Daniela is working for Školica since 2016. CShe has a master's degree in Spanish and English Language and Literature. She works as a Croatian, English and Spanish teacher.
Iva founded Školica in 2009. She is head of studies, teaches in Munich and also develops our teaching material. Iva studied Croatian Language and Literature in Zagreb and went on to work as a translator and teacher at university and grammar school level.
Lidija has been teaching online for Školica since January 2017. She has a MA in Croatian language and literature and Librarianship in Osijek. She has diverse experience in teaching Croatian as a second and foreign language (from beginners to advanced level) in Croatia as well as abroad.
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.
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.