Why should you study English in Croatia?

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Are you looking for a way to improve your English? Have you found it hard to practice a foreign language with your colleagues at home because it’s simply too easy to switch back to speaking your native language? Does sipping coffee in a riverside cafe and meeting new people with different backgrounds sound exciting to you?

Seeing the world and encountering new cultures is always exciting, but it is also a learning experience. You will need to leave your comfort zone, keep an open mind, and figure out how to communicate with people who don’t speak your language.

English has become the language of travel, and Croatia has recently become a top destination for travellers. Not only has Croatia’s fascinating history shaped a country of multilingual speakers, but also the culture of the region emphasizes the importance of speaking several languages. According to a recent poll, 80% of Croatians are multilingual, and of that, 81% speak English. After the native language, Croatian, the second most popular language in the country is English.

Not only do Croatians know languages, they like to speak them too! People in Croatia are friendly, talkative, and warm. The coffee culture here is proof of that. Whether they are catching up with friends or meeting for business, Croatians prefer to meet at a cafe over a tiny cup of espresso coffee, which they sip for hours while talking!

Has it crossed your mind yet that you could get around Croatia using English? We sure hope it has! At Kul IN Language Academy, we’ve identified the hidden values that Croatia offers, in addition to its gorgeous natural beauty and marvelous European architecture. We invite you to study English in an American-run school, practice English with warm and welcoming people, and come on an adventure that you will never forget!

Apply for the spring course by March 16 and learn English in a way that you’ve never imagined!