Course summary

Would you like to learn Swedish in London? Join one of our part-time Swedish courses at our central London Regent Street Campus – just a few minutes' walk from Oxford Circus.

Who is this class for?

This level of Swedish is post-beginner, allowing you to extend your range of basic skills.

  • Part 1 is for you if you have already studied the Swedish language for approximately one year or 60 hours.
  • You can join Part 2 if you have studied Swedish for about 80 hours.
  • You can join Part 3 if you will have studied Swedish for about 100 hours.

Discounts and offers

  • part 1 for £267 (£297 after 31 July)*
  • parts 1, 2 and 3 together for £550 (£607 after 31 July)*

To book all three parts, please proceed with booking Part 1 and add Parts 2 and 3 to your order when prompted during the checkout process. Please note that purchasing 3 Parts together equates to one single transaction, therefore we do not accept cancellation requests for Parts 2 and 3 individually.

Cancellations requests must be made more than 16 days before the start of Part 1.

Terms and conditions

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Course structure

Our Swedish lessons follow a communicative approach to language teaching, focusing on the language you need to communicate in authentic situations with an emphasis on speaking and
listening. Our evening classes are taught by experienced language teachers who are native speakers of the language or equivalent.

Please note that the distribution of course content across terms may vary from year to year. This is due to the variable length of terms in different academic years. There may also be slight content variations at the discretion of the tutor. We may, for example, include additional content when general progress is good, or vary content according to students’ interests.

Learning resources

We will use Rivstart A1+A2 throughout the course. However, please wait until the first session before buying your course books. We will also use the tutor's own materials.


In this term, we will cover:

  • asking for and giving personal information
  • introducing yourself and others
  • Swedish food
  • ordering food and drink
  • talking about jobs
  • discussing and planning events
  • talking about Swedish culture and traditions


You will learn:

  • conjunctions (eller, och, men, för, så)
  • nouns, definite and indefinite forms (sjukhus / sjukhuset / sjukhus / sjukhusen)
  • verbs (tror och tycker)
  • adverbs (där/dit, hemma/hem, inne/in, ute/ut)
  • verbs in perfect tense (varit, börjat, gjort)
  • subjunctions (innan, medan, trots att, även om, för att)

In this term, we will cover:

  • Sweden and the Swedes
  • Swedish culture and traditions
  • Swedish climate
  • education


You will learn:

  • possessive and possessive reflexive pronouns (min/mitt/mina, hans/hennes/dess-sin/sitt/sina)
  • verbs, present future (ska/kommer att/är, om)
  • word order in main clauses and subordinate clauses
  • subjunctions (för att, utan att, genom att)
  • accommodation and furniture
  • day-to-day life at work, telephone calls and emails
  • health and lifestyle, parts of the body
  • media
  • news and current affairs
  • Swedish culture and traditions


You will learn:

  • adjectives, indefinite and definite form (en grön bil/den gröna bilen/den här gröna bilen/min gröna bil)
  • verbs (sitter, ligger, står)
  • adverbs (tråkig, lugnt, vacker)
  • prepositions for frequency (om dagen, i veckan)
  • revision


Our language courses are popular and can fill up quickly. If you can’t find the course you’re looking for please check back later, as further dates are added throughout the year.

Please note, bookings will close on Sunday 12 April 2020 so book early to make sure you don’t miss out!

Start date
Day and time


Part 3

Day and time



8 weeks



Course dates

September start

  • Part 1: 23 September – 6 December 2019
  • Part 2: 13 January – 27 March 2020
  • Part 3: 20 April – 12 June 2020*
  • Part 3: 20 April – 19 June 2020**

* For courses running on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays only.

** For courses running on Mondays only (no classes on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May 2020).


January start

  • Part 1: 13 January – 3 April 2020
  • Part 2: 20 April – 12 June 2020
  • Part 3: 15 June – 17 July 2020*

* Classes in Part 3 run twice a week.

January start is for selected languages only.


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