Study groups

Next University Preparation for groups level B2+ starts on February 14  at 17:30 GMT+1 (Paris) 

Swedish universities are free of charge to Swedish and EU-citizens. To be admitted  with a non-Swedish high school diploma, you however have to pass a Swedish language test called Tisus. To reach the linguistic level required for this, an effective study method at the right academic level is needed. The highly qualified teachers at Global Svenska help you to prepare for the test individually or in small groups.

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

All Global Svenska’s course packages are adapted to language levels throughout the entire high school and college. We consistently use the European CEFR framework in our work with assessment and evaluation. Levels A1 and A2 describe the language of a person with a limited everyday language. B1 and B2 represent an intermediate level where you are capable of talking and reading about most things around you without greater effort. The C1 and C2 levels are advanced and academic levels.  To be admitted a Swedish university, the minimum requirement is a certificate of a C1 level. Learn more about CEFR


Tisus Preparation for groups level B2+ starting February 14  at 17:30 GMT+1 (Paris) 

Basic requirements: Swedish on CEFR level B2+

The course includes

  • Scheduled teaching over Skype 10 lessons* in a group of 3-4 students
  • Course book Språkporten 123
  • Admittance in virtual class room at Studentlitteratur
  • Exercises and reading comprehension (academic texts)
  • Basic rhetorics
  • Exercises in academic writing
  • Pretests
  • Individual feedback by fully qualified teachers of Swedish on all exercises, pre-tests, texts and speeches

PRICE: 325 Euros