Hungarian is spoken by 13 million native speakers, among which 9.8 million live in Hungary.
Hungarian is also one of the official languages in Vojvodina.
The popularity of this language has grown since 2011 when the Republic of Hungary passed a law by which everyone who proves their Hungarian origin has the right to apply for Hungarian citizenship. This is seen as an opportunity to obtain a EU passport by Serbian citizens whose ancestors used to live in the territory of Vojvodina until 1921.
Besides having Hungarian origin, it is necessary to prove the knowledge of Hungarian language at the interview in the embassy.
ST NICOLAS SCHOOL offers courses to help you prepare for this interview and thus achieve your goal of getting an EU citizen status.
In Japanese three letter systems are used: hiragana, katagana and kanji. All three can be used in the same sentence.
It is important for foreigners to know how formal they need to be when addressing other people. This and other characteristics of Japanese culture are learned about at our courses which are available at two levels.
There are two main variants of the Portuguese language: dominant, Brazilian Portuguese, which is used by around 80% of all Portuguese speakers, and the European Portuguese, the official language in Portugal, some African countries and East Timor.
ST NICOLAS SCHOOL offers four levels of Portuguese courses.
Students who enrol in the Serbian language course at ST NICOLAS SCHOOL will have the opportunity not only to learn the language but also to get acquainted with the culture and lifestyle of people in Serbia.
Serbian courses can be attended in small groups or individually throughout the year.
Our summer school of Serbian has been included among other summer schools in Europe and you can read more about it at www.summerschoolsineurope.eu
During the Middle Ages, Arabic was the language of culture and science, which led to the presence of many Arabic words in European languages (philosophy, astronomy, astrology, mathematics, algebra, medicine and other sciences).
Arabic courses at ST NICOLAS SCHOOL are divided into four levels: A1, A2, B1 and B2, each lasting for four months.
Besides learning the language, our students also get acquainted with the richness of Arabic culture, tradition, music and literature.