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Macedonian Language Departments Abroad 

One of the educational goals of the International Seminar on Macedonian Language, Literature and Culture, is to engage Macedonian language Lecturers at universities where there is an existing Macedonian language department. There are already 11 Macedonian language departments in 11 university centres in the world. These are the following:

Brno (Czech Republic)
Opened in the academic year 1995/96.
The Macedonian language is part of the curriculum as a second major subject.
Number of classes per week: 8
Prof. Ivan Dorovski,Ph.D
Lektor: Katerina Dimovska
katerinadimovska@seznam.cz

Budapest (Hungary)
Opened in the academic year 1988/89
The Macedonian language is part of the curriculum as an optional subject.
Number of classes per week: 8
Lektor: Panda Stojanovska
panda.stojanovska@gmail.com

Istanbul (Turkey)
Opened in the academic year 1985/86.
The Macedonian language is studied as an elective subject.
Number of classes per week: 4

Bucharest (Romania)
Opened in the academic 1974/75
The Macedonian language is studied as an optional subject 3 years.
Number of classes per week: 6
Lektor: Milica Petrusevska
mpjovanovik@gmail.com

Krakow (Poland)
Opened in the academic year 1974/75
The Macedonian language is a part of the curriculum as a compulsory second major
Number of classes per week: 8
Lektor: Aneta Todevska
todevska.aneta@gmail.com

Moscow (Russia)
Opened in the academic year 1975/76
The Macedonian language is studied 5 years as a major subject.
Number of classes per week: 20
Language Professors: Rina Usikova, Ph.D and Elena Verizhnikova
Literature Professor: Ala Sheshken, Ph.D
Lektor: Dejan Mitevski
dejan_m@mail.ru

Paris (France)
Opened in the academic year 1973/74
The Macedonian language is taught as a major subject.
Number of classes per week: 23
Language Professor: Frosa Pejoska-Buchero,Ph.D
Lektor: Bojan Petrevski, M.A.
bojan_petrevski@yahoo.com

Sosnowiec (Poland)
Opened in the academic year 1987/88.
The Macedonian language is offered as a second and third major subject.
Number of classes per week: 10.
Lektor: Elena Micevska
elenamicevska@hotmail.com

Tirana (Albania)
Opened in the academic year 1995/96
The Macedonian language is offered as an elective subject.
Number of classes per week: 16
Lecturer: Valentina Nestor-Ilija, Ph.D
nesstor@sanx.net  

Rieka (Croatia)
Opened in the academic year 2008/2009
The Macedonian language is offered as as a major subject.
Literature Professor: Goran Kalogjera, Ph.D
Lecturer: Ana Azeska
ana.azeska@yahoo.com

University centres where the Macedonian language is studied

The Macedonian language is also offered as part of the curriculum in 10 centres of learning around the world, and is taught part-time or full-time by university lecturers and professors who are members of the departments of the above universities. Thus, Macedonian language classes are held, at various levels, at the following universities:

Australia
Sydney
Opened in the academic year 1984.
Lecturer: Katerina Cipusheva

Germany
Halle
Opened in the academic year 1967/68.
It is taught as an optional subject.
Lecturer: Gizela Havranek, Ph.D.

Canada
Toronto
Opened in the academic year 1986.
Lecturer: Kristina Kramer, Ph.D.

Poland
Bielsko-Biala – Lecturer: Dragi Stefanija, Ph.D.
Gniezno – Lecturer: Zdravko Stamatoski, Ph.D.
Opole – Lecturer: Zdravko Stamatoski, Ph.D.
Poznan – Lecturer: Zdravko Stamatoski, Ph.D.

Russia
Voronezh – Lecturer: Elena Obuhova
Perm – Natalija Boronikova, M.A.

USA
Chicago – Lecturer: Victor Freedman, Ph.D.
Arizona (Tempe) – Lecturer: Ljupcho Spasovski.

Slovenija
Ljubljana – Lecturer: Namita Subioto, Ph.D.
Maribor - Lecturer: Gjoko Nikolovski

Slovakija
Nitra– Lecturer: Zvonko Tanevski, Ph.D.

Serbia
Novi Sad – Lecturer: Zharko Boshnjakovich, Ph.D.
Nis – Lecturer: Goko Zdraveski

Croatia
Zagreb – Lecturer: Boris Pavlovski, Ph.D.
Zadar – Lecturer: Boris Pavlovski, Ph.D.