Language learning

You can live and work without serious practical restrictions in Slovakia with knowledge of the English language these days. The situation is also further improving as the country becomes more open to international experience. There may be difficulties in basic communication with people in middle and higher age, who may prefer the Russian language. Using at least some Slovak is an important skill, especially if you plan to stay in the country for a longer time and expect to find new friends. It will enable you to communicate values, beliefs and customs; it will foster feelings of group identity and solidarity. It is the means by which culture and its traditions and shared values may be conveyed to you easier. It will become evident soon that local language is simply crucially informative in everyday life. Local language has important social purpose. When you seek to convince, persuade or otherwise change other people's minds, the language you use is extremely important. Each word is a little packet of meaning from which the other person infers understanding. Language affords the ability to communicate.
If you wish to enrol in higher education in Slovakia in the future, it is a good idea to consider an intensive Slovak language course offered at the Comenius University in Bratislava
Or maybe start to explore a multilingual website to learn Slovak with many exercises, tests and dictionaries - everything you need familiarise yourself with Slovak grammar, learn new words, or even interact with other users
A good reason why to invest your time and energy for new language learning is the ability to improve your position at the Slovak labour market. It is also possible to get a financial contribution for language course. One of the conditions for granting the financial contribution is that the course can help you find a new job, improve your current employment or business in Slovakia. The contribution can be used to cover education courses including Slovak and other foreign language courses. Book an appointment with specialized agency for finding a suitable course. You should speak either Slovak or another language the course will be in, so that you can successfully complete the course. The contribution can be awarded to all foreigners who are not citizens of the EU/EEA countries. Applicant’s residence permit should be valid for the period of minimum 6 months following the date of submitting the application for the financial contribution for education. You cannot apply for the contribution, if you have already paid for or started attending the course. The course should be provided by accredited educational institutions.
Despite many commercial options, you can learn Slovak completely free. Also learn about the financial contribution availability