SFI courses are taught at multiple levels, and the group you should join is determined by your educational background and through testing.
There are many kinds of SFI courses designed to suit your particular needs.
- Study option 1 - Course A - B for those with no or little schooling from their native country.
- Study option 2 - Course B - C at a slow or normal rate of study.
- Study option 3 - Course C - D at a rapid pace of study for those with very good study skills and the ability to work independently.
Each study option includes two courses. You can read more about the various study options and courses at The Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket) website; link at the bottom of this page.
How long does the course last?
For beginners, the duration of the course varies from two to several terms, depending on educational background, previous knowledge and planned study option.
Do you receive a grade or certificate?
You can receive a grade for courses A, B, C and D. For those who do not attain a Pass, a certificate is given stating what you are capable of in relation to the course objectives.