We plan and instruct classes in Swedish
Scope and Content
Our courses follow Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) and are divided into levels A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1. B2 is most often required. Each language level is based on 200 teaching hours followed by additional 3-4 hours a day of self-study.
Cultural aspects and vocational language training
We put an emphasis on cultural aspects during the language course so that candidates learn the language and understand Swedish culture as well. We believe that the information about Swedish society, rights, responsibilities, customs and traditions create an understanding and is one of the prerequisites for integration in day-to-day life as well as in work environment. Our language courses also include vocational language training.
Each level consists of various internal tests and a final test at the end of each level. We use vertical scaling in our tests.
Our teachers have Swedish degree of Master of Science in Education. Thanks to many years of experience in teaching Swedish as a second language they competently run pedagogically qualitative and dynamic language courses focusing on communication skills.