Schema/schedules

Vt -19/Spring '19


Kursstart i februari/course starts in February:
 

1. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.1 (Lina Heinold Johansson). Starts 7 February.

2. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.2 (Carolina Donoso Villela). Starts 5 February.

3. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.3 (Yolanda Orhamn). Starts 4 February.

 

Kursstart i mars/course starts in March (week 12):
 

7. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.7 (Erkan Ellek). Starts 20 March.

8. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.8 (Irina Reshetyuk). Starts 21 March.

9. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.9 (Christian Brändh). Starts 19 March.

10. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.10 (Theres Beswick). Starts 19 March.

11. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.11 (Charlotte Vestlund). Starts 18 March. 

12. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.12 (Lina Heinold Johansson). Starts 18 March.

13. Vt -19 Schema NS0002 Grupp 2.13 (Agneta Lindén). Starts 19 March. 

 

Kursplan

Kursplan/Course syllabus NS0002 (166 Kb)

 

Litteratur

Litteratur/Literature NS0001–0006 (78 Kb)

 

Betygskriterier

Betygskriterier/Credits NS0002 (26 Kb)

 

Course objective

The course combines teaching and exercise of practical skills in Swedish as a foreign language. The students will acquire a basic knowledge of Swedish grammar, vocabulary, phonemes and pronunciation as well as composition of narrative and descriptive texts. After completion of this course, students will be able to pronounce Swedish phonemes and frequent words and phrases, and will subsequently be able to express themselves orally and in writing in everyday situations.

Qualification requirements

For admission to the complementary course Swedish for International Students you have to be admitted and registered on at least 15 ECTS at Stockholm University. Please note that it is not possible to apply to this course if you are not a student at Stockholm University, or taking at least 15 ECTS at Stockholm University the semester you apply for. For this course it is required that you have either passed course 1 or have taken the placement test in order to enter course 2.

Course layout

Swedish language course 2 for international students consists of a limited number of tutorials in study groups of approxiamtely 20 to 30 students. Regular homework, assignments and self study is compulsory. Classes are scheduled one afternoon or evening per week. Active participation and a passing grade on the final examination is required for receiving credit points, as well as for admission to a higher level.

Examination is a final written exam which will be held when the whole course is completed. Points will not be given, you will receive a G which is short for godkänd (pass) or a U which is short for underkänd (fail).