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Učimo srpski 2 + cd

Interesting and useful course material for those who are at the intermediate level. The book offers various conversational topics, reading passages and practical listening tasks.

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You have helped me to speak up Serbian. You have given me the wings and made myself a great friend of the Serbs and the Serbian Langauge...

Ana Topor-Marin,
Romania

 

First accreditation: 2017-2022

Azbukum’s programs for Serbian as a non-native/foreign language are accredited under resolution 128-022-472/2017-01 beginning December 22, 2017 for levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2.

 

Second Accreditation: 2023-2028

Azbukum’s program for the study of Serbian as a foreign/non-native/heritage language is accredited under resolution 62-211/ 2022-04/4 for level A1 effective March 31, 2023. [PDF]

Azbukum’s program for the study of Serbian as a foreign/non-native/heritage language is accredited under resolution 62-211/ 2022-04/4 for level A2 effective March 31, 2023. [PDF]

Azbukum’s program for the study of Serbian as a foreign/non-native/heritage language is accredited under resolution 62-211/ 2022-04/4 for level B1 effective April 3, 2023. [PDF]

Azbukum’s program for the study of Serbian as a foreign/non-native/heritage language is accredited under resolution 62-211/ 2022-04/4 for level B2 effective April 3, 2023. [PDF]

Azbukum’s program for the study of Serbian as a foreign/non-native/heritage language is accredited under resolution 62-211/ 2022-04/4 for level C1 effective March 13, 2023. [PDF]

Azbukum’s program for the study of Serbian as a foreign/non-native/heritage language is accredited under resolution 62-211/ 2022-04/4 for level C2 effective April 13, 2023. [PDF]


Azbukum issues several types of certificates:

 


1. Upon completing a language (J1-5) or cultural (K1-7) course(s) at Azbukum, the student will receive a Certificate of Attendance showing that they have completed the course(s).

2. Upon completing a standard Serbian language program at Azbukum (with a minimum of 40 classes), the student can take a final exam and receive a certificate including the final exam grade.

3. Upon completing a distance learning language program (D1-3), the student takes a final exam and receives a certificate including the final exam grade.

4. Upon request, Azbukum can issue an official transcript describing the course's syllabus, as well as, the instructor’s evaluation of the student’s in-class performance.

5. For those who only want to certify their proficiency in the Serbian language, they can take the General Proficiency Exam in Serbian even if they are not enrolled at Azbukum. Upon completing the exam, the test taker will receive a certificate including the final exam grade.