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Swedish for International Students, Beginners’ Course II

  • Number of credits 15 Credits
  • Level Bachelor's level
  • Starting Spring Term 2020

Admitted to the course

Here you will find everything you need to know before the course starts.

About the course

The course provides students with a basic knowledge in Swedish at a level A2 (CEFR) and is designed for international students.
Content: The course is focused on all aspects of the Swedish language at a basic level and will prepare participants for further studies of Swedish.

Application and eligibility

Swedish for International Students, Beginners’ Course II, 15 hp

Visa tillfällen för föregående termin Spring Term 2020 Det finns inga senare terminer för kursen

Starts

20 January 2020

Ends

7 June 2020

Study location

Umeå

Language

English (upon request)

Type of studies

Daytime, 50%

Required Knowledge

Swedish for International Students, Beginners’ Course I or equivalent

Selection

Academic credits

Application code

UMU-18410

Application

Please note: This application round is intended only for applicants within the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Online application service is in Swedish. Notification of admission will be sent in mid-November. Contact the department for more information. Application deadline is 15 October 2019.

Application and Tuition fees

As a citizen of a country outside the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, you are required to pay application and tuition fees for studies at Umeå University.

Application fee

SEK900

Tuition fee, first instalment

SEK23,250

Total fee

SEK23,250

Contact us

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Course is given by
Department of Language Studies