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  • Virtual exchange for students within Unite!

    Through the European university alliance Unite! KTH and the other partner institutions offer courses in language, communication and global competence. The courses are taught online, taken from home, and are open to all students registered at any of Unite!'s partner institutions.

  • Japanese at KTH

  • Chinese at KTH

  • Spanish at KTH

  • French at KTH

  • German at KTH

  • Språkcafé

    Att gå till ett språkcafé är ett avslappnat men effektivt sätt att underhålla och förbättra din tal- och lyssningsförmåga. Det är också ett tillfälle att träffa människor från hela världen och lära sig mer om deras länder och kulturer. KTH:s språkcaféer i olika språk erbjuds från och med vecka 5 till vecka 18 på KTH biblioteket.

  • Intercultural competence

    You need to be able to understand, communicate and work in environments characterised by cultural and social diversity. Global competence is increasingly demanded in professional life and is a prerequisite for working successfully in our global society. This course will help you develop that competence.

  • Tandem - language partner program at KTH

    Improve language skills, prepare for your foreign studies or take the opportunity to get to know someone from another country to broaden your views. The Tandem Language Partner Program is an initiative from KTH Language and Communication addressed to all students and employees at KTH. Through Tandem, you can meet someone who has your chosen language as a native language, thereby improving your foreign language skills and exchanging information about studies, work or interests.

  • Swedish for advanced beginners

    This course is open for fee-paying Master’s students and scholarship holders. It is devised to bridge the gap between the elementary and intermediate level of Swedish and will have a faster and steeper progression than the Introduction to Swedish Language and Culture with more focus on the Swedish language. You will improve your practical language skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) and expand your grammar and vocabulary. Upon completing the course, you will have reached a level between A2 and B1 according to CEFR, the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

  • Certificate of global competence

    In their future roles, KTH students need to communicate and work in environments characterised by cultural and social diversity. Global competence is increasingly demanded in professional life and is a prerequisite for working successfully in our global society. KTH offers a Certificate of Global Competence in order to satisfy this need.

  • Pre-sessional course: Study skills and English for academic purposes

    This pre-sessional course in English is an optional offering that aims to prepare international students for their Master's studies at KTH. The course combines study skills and English for academic purposes. Students who choose to attend this course have the opportunity to learn about and discuss academic cultures and to participate in activities that will give them a sense of the prevalent teaching and learning practices at KTH.

  • Professional Swedish for Master students

    This course in Swedish for Master's students doing their second year at KTH will help you develop your language proficiency to an intermediate level, usable at Swedish places of work.

  • Communicate in English

    KTH Language and Communication offers a range of courses in English. These courses will boost your confidence, show you how to avoid errors, and help you to write and speak English more effectively in academic and professional situations. Simply put: our aim is to help you improve your English.

  • Introduction to the Swedish society, language and culture

    This credit-free course puts emphasis on everyday life in Sweden and aims to give the students basic, “survival” skills in the Swedish language as well as an introduction to Swedish history, culture and modern society. The course offers different tracks, allowing the students to decide themselves what they want to achieve and how much time they want to devote to the course.