Most popular language courses in Sweden
Lund University is in the top 100 universities in the world according to the QS Ranking. You can learn Swedish in Beginner's Courses (3 months) and Swedish as a Foreign Language 1-4 (semester) or 1-8 (year) programs. If you successfully complete Swedish as a Foreign Language 1-8, you will receive a grade transcript, a certificate, and the opportunity to enter a university without taking a language exam.
For a year of study, you can earn 60 credits that are counted towards admission.
Stockholm University offers a preparatory program that is divided into two semester courses.
- Svenska som främmande språk is for students with an Intermediate (B1) level. You practice language skills and close gaps in grammar and vocabulary.
- Behörighetsgivande kurs i svenska — for those who know Swedish at the Upper-Intermediate (B2) level. Students prepare for university studies: they read scientific texts, write essays, learn how to make presentations, and express their opinions.
Best Cities to Learn Swedish
- Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden.
- In 1901, the very first Nobel Prize ceremony was held here.
- The city's metro is called the longest art gallery in the world — most of its stations are decorated with paintings, sculptures, and mosaics.
- Every summer, Stockholm hosts the Crayfish Party — a traditional food and drink festival where people eat boiled crayfish.
The most famous Swedish band — ABBA — came from Stockholm. In 2013, ABBA the Museum was opened in Stockholm, where visitors can see real costumes from the band's performances, "try on" their virtual copies, and even become the fifth participant and perform on stage with Bjorn, Benny, Anni-Frid, and Agneta.
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- Gothenburg is Sweden's main port and the second largest after Stockholm.
- The world's only mounted blue whale is on display at Gothenburg’s Natural History Museum. In 1865, the beached whale was killed by local residents. The animal was over 16 meters long and weighed 25 tons. August Wilhelm Malm bought the whale and moved it to the museum.
- In 1923, the largest amusement park in Europe — Liseberg — opened in Gothenburg. It was especially loved by global stars. For example, Jimi Hendrix gave a concert in the park seven times. Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston both performed at Liseberg in 1988.
- More than 240 trams run around the city. Most of them are named after famous residents of Gothenburg. Therefore, on the roads you can find trams named after Håkan Hellström, the Swedish musician, or actress Ulla Skoog.
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- Malmö was founded in the 13th century and belonged to Denmark until the 17th century.
- Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, and Malmö are connected by the longest road and rail bridge in Europe — the Øresund Bridge. It is 16 kilometers in length.
- Lilla Torg — literally translated as "Little Square" — is one of the liveliest places in Malmö at any time of the year. The history of the square began in the 1500s, when a medieval market was founded on this site. Today, it is the best place in Malmö to relax and have a coffee.
- Malmö is one of the most multinational cities in Sweden. People from 180 countries live here.
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