Not yet another language... ENBE Language School

Spring and Summer Courses 2018

You can contact us on +385-1-2335-123 or 385-91-60-60-399 between 1 and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday or send us an e-mail on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Please make an appointment before visiting us.

Read more about our Croatian for Foreigners Course. You can still join our English courses. Please contact us for time-table.

If you have some knowledge of Croatian or any other language, you can do theonline placement test (scroll down to see the languages) so that we can assess your level. The oral placement test can be taken via Skype, telephone or in person.

We also do English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic and Chinese courses. You can enrol in these courses regardless of you mother tongue. 

French beginner's course: HRK 1700,00 
Tue./Thur. 5 -6.30 p.m. (40 hours, group size: 4 - 6)
The course begins on: 6 March 2018 (enrolments until 2 March 2018)

Japanese beginner's course: HRK 2000,00 kn 
Wed. at 6.40 p.m.
The Course begins on: 7 March 2018 (enrolments until 2 March 2018)

When you choose a course at a foreign language school, it is wise to compare the price with the  number of hours and number of students in the group. Our groups have a maximum of six students. The average number of students for Croatian for Foreigners is four. We also do individual lessons.


For any course, please complete our enrolment form which does not oblige you to enrol, but will help us in forming the group. 

About the School


ENBE Language School opened on 1 September 2009 in Maksimirska street 64 in Zagreb, Croatia with the following blurb We are not different from others and we do not have something unique aiming at the overflooded and clichéd advertising and the type of students that this kind of presentation might interest.

In the School’s logo there is a motto Not yet another language which can be interpreted in various ways, but that has originally been conceived as a support for multilingualism.