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Interested in studying Swedish? Several options are listed below and you can find more information about them here.
University courses in Sweden: Several universities in Sweden offer Swedish language courses or programmes for all levels, full-time or part-time for international students.
Adult education and summer courses: A wide range of Swedish courses is available through adult education associations, of varying content, length and intensity. Some schools will offer courses with starting dates throughout the year, while others may focus on summer programmes.The most established adult education associations offering courses in Swedish are:
Learning Swedish online: You can also learn Swedish online from anywhere in the world. The Swedish Institute offers a free web course in Swedish. This course is also available as an iOS and Android app for free.
Many private organisations also offer paid distance learning courses, including:
A good starting point is Lingu@net World Wide. Lingu@net is a search engine for language learning resources and offers an extensive directory of resources searchable based on a variety of criteria.
The following resources can also be useful:
If you are planning to study in Sweden, the web site Studyinsweden.se is your one-stop information centre for higher education studies in Sweden. It provides international students wishing to study in Sweden with a convenient and comprehensive information resource.
If you will be studying in Sweden for more than three months and you are not an EU/EEA citizen, you need a residence permit. Read more on the links below or visit the Swedish Migration Agency's website.