Publication of Zivko Cingo's Golemata Voda (The Big Water) in English, Former Macquarie student and past President of the Macedonian Studies Foundation,is due to be published in 2004 by Pollitecon Publications. Please keep a look out on for further details.                                                                  more ...

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Study in Macedonia
Every year, Macedonia's national university - Sts Kiril & Metodij - organises a 3-week seminar on Macedonian language, literature and culture at the picturesque and historic lakeside city of Ohrid (a World Heritage listed historic town). The seminar attracts scholars and students of Macedonian from around the world. You too can participate at this seminar. Click here for further information



The teaching program of Macedonian Studies at Macquarie University was introduced in 1984. Macquarie is the only university outside the Republic of Macedonia that offers a complete undergraduate program of study in Macedonian language and literature.

Macedonian Studies at Macquarie University aims to provide a sound knowledge of the Macedonian language, literature and culture through intensive language teaching as well as through critical analysis. The program is suitable for all levels, including beginners with no prior knowledge of Macedonian.

Students can enrol and study from anywhere in Australia, as the units are offered via correspondence. The nature of your enrolment is also flexible, you do not have to be a university student to enrol. See here for further information. If you are interested in studying Macedonian, then a form of enrolment exists to suit your needs.

In conjunction with Macedonian Studies at Macquarie University the Macedonian Studies Foundation was established in 1988 with the aim of supporting the Macedonian Studies program at Macquarie. In addition to fundraising activities, the Foundation organises various academic and cultural events to promote knowledge and understanding of the Macedonian language, history and culture. The Foundation is a registered charity and all donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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