2TM Ltd., company based in Slovenia, specializes in providing education services. 2TM´s goal is connecting students from all over the world to educational institutions in Slovenia, since we are well aware of the fact that high quality education at reasonable price is rather hard to find. Read more about the company.

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Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dunajska cesta 106

+386 59 043 716


Working hours: mon.-fri. from 8:00 to 16:00

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Medicine Oriented Course of Slovene Language
Enrolment for a 700-lessons study course of the Slovene language is open. The special course is designed for applicants enrolling in educational institutions of Slovenia , specifically – faculties of: medicine, biology, pharmacy, chemistry and veterinary faculty.
Dates: 01.11.2017. – 30.09.2018.
Duration: 700 hours
Payment deadline: before 13th October 2017
Place: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Price: 3,800€


Slovenian Autumn Courses for Southern Slavic students in Ljubljana


Register for an intensive Slovenian language course. This course is suitable for students of the Southern Slavic language environment that enter Slovenian universities and colleges, as well as for all those who wish to learn Slovenian at an elementary level. Teacher: Slovenian native speaker.

• Venue: Ljubljana, Slovenia
• Dates: 1 September – 29 September
• Duration: 80 hours
• Schedule: Monday – Friday, 2:00 p.m. – 5:25 p.m.
• Price: €480, VAT included

By the end of language courses, you will:
Learn A1–A2 level of the Slovenian language
Master correct pronunciation
Immerse yourself into the cultural and linguistic environment of the country

The courses are accredited by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports of the Republic of Slovenia and adapted for native-speakers of the Southern Slavic languages.

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