Many families with one or two Swedish parents living abroad, try to speak Swedish with their children. Many dream of being able to study and work in Sweden in the future. But achieving and keeping a language on a high level when you live in another country means hard work. Often it is not enough to speak the language at home; a defined strategy is needed if you want to reach an advanced language level.
Global Svenska Plus’ Mother tongue programmes are based on the guidelines in the Swedish National Agency for Education’s (Skolverkets) syllabus for Supplementary Education for Swedish school aged nationals abroad (Skolverkets kursplan i svenska för kompletterande undervisning för svenska elever i utlandet). Some are partly subsidised by Skolverket, and each course package is available in most time zones.
All GSP courses are taught live online, and they are designed with the expertise of our professionals, who do not only have a full teacher education, but also vast experience of living and working outside of Sweden.
Most of our students choose to study Swedish in one of our teacher-led study groups. The groups normally consist of three to five students who have an even language level. They have a fixed number of teacher-led lessons via Zoom together in a school year, but some meet (online) outside class as well, to work together on assignments or just to chat with their new Swedish friends.
The group lessons are normally 60 minutes and the students receive different kinds of homework every week. All GSP students are, moreover, expected to work on reading and writing tasks between classes. At normal pace, students therefore need to spend one or two hours on Swedish homework every school week, in addition to the teacher-led lessons.
To become a GSP students you need to speak Swedish fluently. The appropriate level is determined by an initial diagnostic test implemented shortly after our first contact. If is not yet ready for our courses, we take the liberty of letting you know. We normally use the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages* in our assessment and evaluation work. The diagnosis is of course free of charge. Please contact us for more information
Standard mother tongue packages include
- Scheduled teaching via Zoom with certified teachers of Swedish
- Teaching materials and fiction
- Individualized exercises
- Individual feedback on texts and exercises
Fees from 2023
EU Residents and Companies
Fees for private customers who are EU residents as well as for companies may vary according to national VAT regulations. Please contact us for further information.
|Course||Taught Lessons||Price excl. VAT|
|Mother Tongue Swedish GROUP, students aged 12-16 years §8 SKOLFS 2008:9. Minimum 3 students||One class per school week||€1090|
|Mother Tongue Swedish FAMILY PACK. Tailor-made. Siblings aged 12-16 years.||20 hours||€1750|
PLEASE NOTE! Our material can also be tailored to part-time schools and school associations. The student’s Swedish state grant can then be used, just like other teaching materials. Contact us regarding prices, arrangements, and schedule.
*We use the European Common Framework of Reference for Languages in our assessment and evaluation. Level A1-A2 describes the language of a person with limited everyday language skills. B1 and B2 are intermediate levels where you can talk and write about most things without much effort, while levels C1 and C2 are advanced levels where you can use the language freely even in academic and professional contexts. The first part of the course is at level B2 + / C1. Read more about language levels according to the European language framework, CEFR.