TUE—FEB 4, 2020 THROUGH TUE—APR 21, 2020
UPDATE: As of March 10, this class will be taking place via remote instruction, not at Scandinavia House. Please see below for details.
Designed for intermediate learners who have completed Swedish III or who possess equivalent knowledge, this course expands and refines intermediate speaking, reading, and writing skills, enabling conversation in idiomatically and grammatically correct Swedish.
Partake in verbal, written, reading, and listening exercises to master complex language structures involving tense harmony, indirect speech, ways of word creation, and correct use of the passive form.
To request additional information, attend an information session, or register, contact NYU’s Department of Foreign Languages, Translation, and Interpreting, 212-998-7030, or visit sps.nyu.edu.
In response to the evolving situation with COVID-19, New York University will be moving to remote instruction for all classes beginning Wednesday, March 11th through Sunday, March 29th. Classes will not be held at Scandinavia House.
Faculty members will be providing students with class session links via email; please check your inbox for updated information. For any questions or concerns, please reach out the Office of Noncredit Student Services via email at email@example.com or by phone at 212-998-7150.
For the latest resources and communications from SPS regarding COVID-19, please click here to visit the SPS COVID-19 webpage.
Language Courses at Scandinavia House
The Department of Foreign Languages, Translation, and Interpreting (FLTI) at New York University’s School of Professional Studies brings language learning to life at Scandinavia House. Broaden your knowledge of Scandinavia and deepen your passion for its culture by learning one of the five Nordic languages.
A national leader in adult foreign language instruction, FLTI offers courses in more than 25 languages, including Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish; Finnish and Icelandic courses are offered upon request. Led by native speakers experienced in adult language instruction, levels of learning range from beginner to advanced.
Should there be a demand, higher levels of proficiency and special sections of language instruction are available, with private and small group instruction also a possibility.
Courses at Scandinavia House are offered on a semester basis. Introductory courses for novices begin each fall, with a range of levels available during the fall and spring semesters.