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Foreigners can get certified in Slovak

FOREIGNERS who want to have their knowledge of Slovak certified can register to take an exam at the E-KU Institute of Language and Intercultural Communication in Nitra.


FOREIGNERS who want to have their knowledge of Slovak certified can register to take an exam at the E-KU Institute of Language and Intercultural Communication in Nitra.

The institute offers an internationally-recognised language proficiency certificate.

The certificate is awarded to applicants who pass an exam designed by universities and educational institutions that are part of the European Consortium for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Languages (ECL).

The deadline to register for the December dates is November 6. The exams will take place on December 4 (A2), December 5 (B1, C1), and December 6 (B2).

For more information and an application, go to www.eku.sk.



Contact: E – KU Inštitút JaIK, Piaristická 2, 949 01 Nitra


Tel: +421-37-6542 456


Fax: +421-37-6542 452


e-mail: kovarcikova@eku.sk


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