Swedish for International Students

Swedish for International Students

    Swedish for International Students

    We offer six different levels of Swedish credible courses on a complementary basis. Divided from level 1 for beginners to level 6 for more advanced language users. These courses are eligible for international students admitted to a study, exchange programme, bachelor/master or an equivalent agreement containing at least 15 ECTS at Stockholm University.

    Application and admission

    Information about how you can apply to this complementary course is to be found under application and admission.

    Courses

    Click on the course below for more information about the respective course, the schedule, module description, and literature.

     

    Courses

    Course code

    ECTS

    Semester* and pace

    Course 1 NS0001 4,5 VT, HT, 50% period 1 and 2
    Course 2 NS0002 7,5 VT, HT, 50% period 1 and 2
    Course 3 NS0003 7,5 VT, HT, 50% period 1
    Course 4 NS0004 9 VT, HT, 50% period 1
    Course 5 NS0005 9 VT, HT, 50% period 1
    Course 6 NS0006 15 VT, HT, 50% period 1

    * VT = vårtermin = Spring semester, HT = hösttermin = Autumn semester

    Rules and regulations

    Rules for Exams at Stockholm University and Regulations for Examination at Stockholm University. About cheating and harassments a.o.

    Course administrator

    Sofia Brusling

    E-mail: studexp.int.svefler@su.se

    Summertime

    Sommartider Sofia Brusling 2018 (41 Kb)

    Tel: +46 8 16 26 27
    Phone hours
    Tuesday 10–11 and 15–16
    Thursday 10–11

    Room: D 613
    Visiting hours
    Tuesday 12.30–13.30
    Thursday 12.30–13.00

    Visiting address
    Building D, floor 6
    Universitetsvägen 10 D
    Södra huset
    Frescati

    Postal address
    Dept of Swedish Language and Multilingualism
    Swedish for int. students (or employees)
    Stockholm University
    SE-106 91 Stockholm
    Sweden

    Web: su.se/studyswedish

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