Swedish lessons for university staff - SFU

Lund University offers Swedish language courses for employees during the spring semester 2015. The courses are offered in cooperation with Scandinavian Languages at SOL, the Centre for Languages and Literature, where the courses take place.

The Swedish courses have a rapid progression and depending on your previous knowledge of Swedish you can take courses at four different levels. At the end of level four you will be able to understand radio and television programs on current affairs or topics of personal interest. You will also be able to enter unprepared into conversations on topics that are of interest to you or pertinent to everyday life. You will be able to give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans and also be able to write an essay or a report.

During the spring semester 2015 we are offering level 1, 2, 3,4 and 5 which is a more advanced course. Level 1 is for beginners and level 2,3 and 4 are for those who have some knowledge of Swedish. In order to be accepted to level 2, 3, 4 and 5 you will have to take an entrance test.

The lectures are held once a week. Level 1 is available during daytime 8.15-10.30 or in the evening 17.15-19.30. Level 2, 3, 4 and 5 will only be available in the evening 17.15-19.30. The duration of level 1 to 4 is fourteen weeks whereas the duration for level 5 is sixteen weeks.

Level 1 to 4 costs 4 100 SEK each and level 5 4 300 SEK. The course fee is to be paid by your department. Please fill out the registration form, note which course you are interested in and have it signed by the head of your department before sending it to Lena Larsson, HS 20, Språk-och litteraturcentrum.

Registration form for SFU spring semester 2015 (pdf 134 kB - new window)

For more information regarding the course content please look here:

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5


Uppdaterad: 2015-01-23

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Lena Larsson

Hämtställe 20
Språk-och litteraturcentrum
+46 (0)46 222 8374

Lunds universitet Box 117, 221 00 Lund. Telefon: 046-222 00 00, Fax: 046-222 47 20