Hungarian, Swedish and Danish
language courses at the Centre for
Language Development

The Hungarian language is used by about 14 million people. It is an official language in Hungary. Hungarian can also be heard in Ukraine (western regions), Serbia, Romania, Croatia, Slovakia and Slovenia. The Hungarian language is not similar to other European languages.
To get started, define your Hungarian language level - go straight to the online test here!
At the Centre for Language Development you will be able to learn the basic conversational Hungarian language quickly and qualitatively, and if necessary, to achieve a professional level of language proficiency. In the process of learning you will have the opportunity harmoniously develop oral speech and its perception, reading and writing skills. Teachers of high qualification will work with you and literally from the first lessons you will immerse yourself in the medium of living communication in Hungarian. We offer you six level of Hungarian course - from «zero» (A1) to «advanced» (C2) level in full accordance with the European system for the formation and assessment of language competence. After testing, we will determine to what extent you are fluent in Hungarian language.
You can also take an individual specialized Hungarian language course on the subject:

  • preparation for the passing of international examinations for further study or work in Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Croatia;
  • preparation for an interview in the Hungarian;
  • writing (compiling) motivational letters when submitting documents for participation in international programs;
  • negotiations in Hungarian.

We also also offer you courses of other rare languages, such as Swedish and Danish from the North European group. Sweden, along with other Scandinavian countries, is a stable leader in social development ratings, and more and more world-famous Swedish companies enter the Ukrainian market, which, combined with a rich Scandinavian culture, makes this language even more attractive and useful for studying. Swedish is the mother tongue of about 10 million people and is recognized as the official language of Sweden, Finland, and the Åland Islands.
Danish is spoken mainly in Denmark and Northern Germany, as well as in the Faroe Islands and Iceland. The total number of Danish speakers is 5.7 million people. Centre for Language Development will be happy to help you to get closer to the most southern of the Scandinavian countries!

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