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Public Call for Croatian Language Learning Scholarships Open

 

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The State Office for Croats Abroad is once again offering scholarships for Croatian language learning in Croatia and learning via the internet…

A public call for awards for support/scholarship for Croatian language learning in Croatia for one or two semesters and also for Croatian language learning via the internet for one semester in the 2016/17 academic year is now open.

The State Office for Croats Abroad say that members of the Croatian people, their spouses, and friends of the Croatian people and of the Republic of Croatia who nurture the Croatian identity and promote Croatian cultural unity, who have completed at least secondary education, who are not younger than 18 years and have permanent residence outside the Republic of Croatia may apply to this public invitation.

The beneficiaries of the support/scholarship for Croatian language learning in the Republic of Croatia may also have had permanent residence in the Republic of Croatia for no more than two years preceding the date of publication of this invitation for applications.

For more details on how to apply for the scholarship HERE
Application form can be found HERE

Applications may be submitted until 16 May 2016.

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