To apply for special permission for a Swedish course, contact the SILP Coordinator, Lioba Gerhardi (email@example.com) during spring pre-registration.
Beginning Swedish (SWED 105-106)
This course introduces students to the basic grammatical structures of Swedish to acquire conversational skills. Students learn to communicate and navigate day-to-day situations in this very practical approach to language learning; there is also a strong focus on pronunciation and cultural topics.
Intermediate Swedish (SWED 210-211)
This course continues grammatical instruction to an intermediate level and is structured around cultural themes of modern Sweden, while also addressing Swedish customs and traditions. Students practice patterns through communicative activities and exercises to gain fluency and spontaneity in conversations. In reading and writing, students achieve competence in dealing with both concrete and abstract topics.
Advanced Swedish (SWED 310; 311)
Students with an advanced knowledge of Swedish refine their language skills and broaden their cultural and literary understanding through reading, writing, and oral communication.
Examiner: Timothy Warburton, University of Washington
A beginners course in Swedish for exchange students at University of Stockholm. Includes dialogues and texts about student life. Good for use with our textbook.
Swedish course online.
Swedish grammar online, in English.
English/Swedish dictionary online.
Another Swedish-English/English-Swedish dictionary online.
Swedish alphabet and links to resources.
Beginner's Swedish everyday situations with sound.
Sweden's Official Website for Tourist Information
Web site provided by the Swedish Tourism Trade Association. Large website in English about Sweden. Extensive links to many websites - art, film, culture, food, traditions and more.
The Official Gateway to Sweden - News, general information, culture, education.
Inetmedia's Swedish Page with links to Media and News, Politics, Addressbook and more.
Links to Nordkalotten includes information about the Saami people and the Saami Parliament.
Information about the monarchy in Sweden and its history. Swedish and English.
Consulate general of Sweden in New York, Section for Culture and Public Affairs: General info, Travel and Tourism, Maps, Universities, Government sites, Nobel Foundation, Swedish Search engines and more.