Not yet another language... ENBE Language School

2016 Intensive Summer Courses of Croatian

4 - 14 July 2016
18 - 29 July 2016 
1 - 12 August 2016

The beginners'group for the intensive course 18 - 29 July 2016 has already been formed. If you wish to secure a place, you need to enrol by signing a contract (can be done via e-mail). 

Read more about our  Croatian for Foreigners Summer Course.The price for 20 school hours is 1300,00 kn (about 173 euros). Group size - 4 to 6 students. If you are interested, fill in our pre-enrolment form which doesn't oblige you to enrol and call us on +385-1-2335-123 between 1 p.m. and 4 pm.

If you have some knowledge of Croatian, you can do the online placement test so that we can assess your level. The oral placement test can be taken via Skype, telephone or in person.

When you choose a course at a foreign language school, it is wise to compare the price with the  number of hours and number of students in the group. Our groups have a maximum of six students. The average number of students for Croatian for Foreigners is four. We also do individual lessons.

If you are interested, please fill in our pre-enrolment form which does not oblige you to enrol.

You can contact us every working day 1 p.m.- 4 p.m. on +385-1-2335-123 or 385-91-60-60-399.

We also do English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic and Chinese summer courses. You can enrol in these courses regardless of you mother tongue. 













For any course, please complete our enrolment form which does not oblige you to enrol, but will help us in forming the group. 

Contact us on +385-1-2335-123 or send us an e-mail on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

About the School


ENBE Language School opened on 1 September 2009 in Maksimirska street 64 in Zagreb, Croatia with the following blurb We are not different from others and we do not have something unique aiming at the overflooded and clichéd advertising and the type of students that this kind of presentation might interest.

In the School’s logo there is a motto Not yet another language which can be interpreted in various ways, but that has originally been conceived as a support for multilingualism.