Serbian/Croatian

The Serbian/Croatian language is spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. It belongs to the group of South Slavonic languages, together with Bulgarian, Macedonian and Slovene. Serbian/Croatian is written in two alphabets: Latin and Cyrillic. Both alphabets have 30 letters, each corresponding to a particular sound, which makes reading and writing Serbian/Croatian very easy. Learning Serbian/Croatian will enable you to communicate with people from across the region in their own language. 

Undergraduate Programmes with Serbian/ Croatian

Core Language BA

Modern Languages BA

Russian-Serbian/Croatian Major/Minor BA

Serbian/Croatian can also be studied as part of the UCL Language and Culture degree.

Optional 0.5 cu (7.5 ECTS) language courses' for UCL and SSEES students

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

  • SEESGE76 - New Language: Serbian/Croatian
  • SEESGE66 - Intermediate Language: Serbian/Croatian

Evening Courses in Serbian/ Croatian

Student Quote

Sarajevo

"The language tuition I received in Serbo-Croatian at SSEES was one of the best aspects of my MRes, nurturing a skill and passion for the region that I'll keep for the rest of my life. My teachers were unfailingly committed, engaging and devoted to improving not just our understanding of the language and grammar, but the context from which it came and the places where it is spoken today. We learnt so much more than the bare bones of how to speak, read & write, gaining invaluable access to a place, a people and a culture"

Alice Bloch, Eastern European Studies MRes, 2011