About the Hungarian Course:
Hungarian will be offered at Carleton University from September 2017 for the very first time in the history of the University. After many years of hard work, Carleton has reached an agreement with the Government of Hungary through the vital support of the Embassy of Hungary. As a result, the course will be co-sponsored by the Government of Hungary.
Hungarian is a credit language course for complete beginners, no previous knowledge is necessary. It will run 2 x 2 hours per week in the fall and winter terms (from September 2017 until April 2018) that will take students to a solid beginner level (level A1 according to the Common European Framework of Languages). The course will run in the “Less Commonly Taught Languages” program category with the course code LANG 1010B – Hungarian.
Inquiries about the course can be sent to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The course can be found on social media platforms as well. Feel free to check out the Learn Hungarian site on Facebook (run by Dr. Emese Bukor, the instructor of the Hungarian course at Carleton): and the SLALS Language Resource Room’s Facebook page to find more information (videos) over the summer about Hungarian and Hungarian culture.
Students discussing learning Hungarian
Famous Hungarian inventions (part 1):
Famous Hungarian inventions (part 2):
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