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Learning Swedish


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!


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.


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?


More information can be found on the website of SU swedish department:åra-utbildningar/svenska-som-främmande-språk/2.9159

Vi ses snart!



Author: Alex Barnier

Student at Stockholm Business School.

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