Frequently asked questions about Swedish courses
Yes, the course is real-time online.
- We use English to conduct and explain the lessons.
- We have a clear structure, starting date, and ending date.
- We follow the CEFR approach in our methodology to deliver the courses.
We are usually not more than 10 candidates
The exception is if you have joined the course batch with university students. “Online Swedish” is also an offshore Swedish language department for some universities. The number of participants can vary depending on the batch.
Four days a week, Monday to Thursday
2 hours per lesson
We conduct lessons in Swedish time. To see a specific course, you need to check the schedule
No, the A1 course is for beginners as well as for absolute beginners.
It depends on your profession, but usually not.
Instructions are in English
No, for the lessons, you do not need to purchase material. But if you want to acquire and want to have some books/e-books, you can buy them. But otherwise, for our lessons, you do not need.
No. The only thing we recommend, to repeat the lesson if it’s necessary
Depends on if you live in Sweden or outside. PayPal is the preferred choice, but other options are negotiable too.
We record each lesson, so you will have a chance to cover missed classes.
Yes, absolutely. You can request your certificate.
Yes, our certificate is accepted by Socialstyrelse
A1; A2; B1; B2; Swedish for professionals (B1/B2 level); TISUS -preparation (C1-level); Swedish for Medical staff (C1 level)
Here you can read more about levels, Swedish SFI levels and how do they correspond to CEFR level.
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
There are 5-6 levels according to CEFR. A1,A2,B1,B2,C1 and C2.
C2 does not really apply to all languages.
Yes, we do offer Swedish courses for companies.