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Free language courses for foreigners outside the EU

FOREIGNERS coming from countries outside the European Union can visit free Slovak language courses held in Bratislava and Košice. The classes for beginners and advanced learners are organised by the Migration Information Centre (MIC) that is part of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Slovakia.

FOREIGNERS coming from countries outside the European Union can visit free Slovak language courses held in Bratislava and Košice. The classes for beginners and advanced learners are organised by the Migration Information Centre (MIC) that is part of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Slovakia.

The autumn courses will be held in MIC spaces on Grösslingova Street in Bratislava from Monday to Friday, and on Poštová Street in Košice on Tuesday and Thursday, the TASR newswire wrote.

According to the IOM website, the language courses can be attended by nationals of the countries outside the EU who have permanent, temporary or tolerated residence in Slovakia. They can start with the lessons anytime they want, and the classes are open for all age groups. It is not necessary to enrol in the course in advance, as reported by TASR.

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