American Language Center: Survival Georgian
Starting on: March 28, 2016
Levels or Years of Instruction Offered: Basic
Contact information: info”at”alctbilisi. com
Offered by: American Language Center at American Councils, Georgia
Additional Notes: This 6 week course of Survival Georgian (2 hours/twice a week) is run in partnership with the renowned Nana Shavtvaladze Language School. Survival Georgian is designed to build basic communication skills for everyday situations. Learn how to order food, give directions, shop and bargain, speak to your landlord, and make new friends. The course will focus on communication not grammar. No previous knowledge required. The course will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays, morning or evening classes (10:00-12:00 AM or 6:00-8:00 PM) at the American Language Center located within American Councils Georgia office. The course cost is 330 GEL, which includes a a course book and audio materials.
American Language Center: Everyday Georgian Course
American Language Center at American Councils, Georgia offers “Everyday Georgian course”, next level to Survival Georgian. Continue to Study Georgian language a 6-week course that is designed to help to improve the basic knowledge and communication skills that you have already acquired in Georgian, for a variety of everyday situations and socializing. The course is taught by an experienced native speaker from the Language School of Nana Shavtvaladze, creator of the most comprehensive series of Georgian textbooks for foreign learners.
Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays for 2 hours, 10:00 pm -12:00 noon, for six weeks.
Price for the course: 330 GEL
For more information contact us: info[at]ALCtbilisi.com
To register on the course here: Student Registration | ALC Tbilisi
Foreign Service Institute, USA
Levels or Years of Instruction Offered: Post-Secondary courses. This program is available only for U.S. federal government employees.
Department or Program: School of Lang Studies
Contact information: Marie-Charlotte Iszkowski (703) 302-7292
Georgian as a Foreign Language
Online teaching and learning materials for Georgian language learners.
The programme is underway at the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.
Indiana University at Bloomington, USA
Levels or Years of Instruction Offered: 1st year
Department or Program: School of Global and International Studies
Contact information: languageworkshop “at” indiana. edu
International Language Center
Program: Georgian for Foreigners
Duration: 5-6 months
Contact information: info”at”interlcentre.com
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Program: Georgian as a Foreign Language
Offered by: TSU Language Center Contact: languagecenter”at”tsu.ge; rusudan_dolidze”at”yahoo.com;
Levels offered: A1; A2; B1; B2; C1; C2
Language Center Georgia
Intensive (5 days per week), non-intensive (2 days per week) and online courses of Georgian language
Contact information: info”at”georgiancourses.com
LS Georgia offers variety of courses in Georgia, English and Russian for all levels. Instruction includes number of methods, such as Modern “learning language as an infant” approach, immersion exercises, listening comprehension, intensive illustration and gesticulation,focus on real life examples, films, DVD, TV – information programs.
Malmo University: Online Georgian Alphabet
Malmo University offers an online Georgian alphabet with visual and sound effects for those willing to study basic Georgian.
Malmo University: Online Georgian language courses
The course provides an orientation on Georgian culture and society and a basic knowledge of the grammatical structure of Georgian (phonology, morphology and syntax) with particular focus on typologically interesting features. The course is offered as an IT-based distance learning course with instruction in English.
Stanford University, USA
Levels or Years of Instruction Offered: Elementary. Independent study, special arrangement
Department or Program: Special Language Program
Website: http://slavic.uchicago.edu/Contact information: Eva Prionas eprionas “at” stanford. edu
Additional Notes: The Special Language Program (SLP) offers a number of foreign languages not otherwise taught at Stanford. Program information, language offerings, and course descriptions can be found in the Stanford Bulletin. Additional languages may still be offered upon request, provided funding is available. Requests for the following academic year should be made by Spring Quarter of the current year. A Request a Language form is available online, or can be picked up at the Special Language Program office.
The University of Chicago, USA
Levels or Years of Instruction Offered: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced
Department or Program: Slavic Languages & Literatures
Website: http://slavic.uchicago.edu/Contact information: Tamra Wysocki-Niimi is our Lecturer tmwysock “at” uchicago. edu
Additional Notes: A course on Georgian History and Culture is also available.