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Learning Swedish

Hello,

this week I want to talk to you about the possibility of learning swedish as a foreign language. Even though you are studying at “Stockholm Business School”, you are still part of Stockholm University. This gives you a lot of perks such as a gym, student housing, cafeteria or free swedish classes!

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They are offered by the Swedish department of SU. I have registered for Swedish I a few weeks ago. It is a lot of fun and I have been able to meet a lot of other international students studying at other departments at SU.

The first module “Swedish I” gives you 4.5 credits. The second modules and others give you 7.5 credits.

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The classes are held every Monday and Wednesday from 17.00 to 18.45 at SU main campus. We are about 200 students taking this first module. It lasts for a couple of weeks and then if we pass the test we will move on to Swedish II.

I believe learning Swedish is quite important and also quite useful while staying in Sweden. We all know our native language as well as English so why not add a 3rd language to your resume?

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More information can be found on the website of SU swedish department:

http://www.su.se/svefler/utbildning/våra-utbildningar/svenska-som-främmande-språk/2.9159

Vi ses snart!

Alex

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Author: Alex Barnier

Student at Stockholm Business School.

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