Swedish for immigrants

Swedish for Immigrants has courses for beginners who want to learn the Swedish language and continue studying or improve the chance to find a job. All material and courses are free.
Sfi is temporarily closed due to the Corona virus. The page is constantly updated.

Register for SFI

You can register for SFI by visiting us at Badhusgatan 5, Centrum för vuxenutbildning (Centre for adult education). You are also welcome to apply online:

You have to visit Centrum för vuxenutbildning for a level test for a placement in the right course. Bring an ID.

Opening hours

(temporarily closed due to the Corona virus)

Monday: 10:00-12:00 and 13:00-15:00
Tuesday: 10:00-12:00 and 13:00-15:00
Wednesday: 13:00-16:00
Thursday: 9:00-12:00

Who can study at SFI?

  • You have to be registered in the City of Linköping (the municipality), if you are not a resident you have to contact your municipality.
  • You need to have a residence permit and you have to be at least 20 years old.
  • You should have received your full national ID number.

EU/EEA Citizens or citizens of Switzerland

If you are an EU/EEA citizen or a citizen of Switzerland you have the right to attend to SFI if you are a resident in Linköping. Bring your passport to show citizenship.

Levels and courses

SFI courses are taught at different levels. You attend the level determined by an educator at Centrum för vuxenutbildning. The level placement depends on your educational background, your knowledge of the Swedish language, etcetera.
The courses are:
• 1 - Course A, B, C and D
• 2 - Course B, C and D
• 3 - Course C and D

The time frame of one course is individual. You can receive a grade for all courses. If you already have a grade from previous SFI studies, please bring it to Centrum för vuxenutbildning.

Contact

If you have questions, please contact us at:

Click on the map to find our address. We have the same entrance as "Östgöta Correspondenten" 

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Last updated 23 March 2020