Icelandic Courses

The Westfjords are an especially exciting place to learn Icelandic. This huge peninsula with its forty-nine deep fjords, remote from the rest of the country, preserves the old Iceland and the original Iceland.

In 2019 we offer a variety of Icelandic courses from level A1 up to B2 as well as a one-week crash course. 

The University Centre of the Westfjords invites you to join in a friendly learning atmosphere where class work, group work, and fieldwork are combined. Our progressive teaching style follows modern trends.

For all further information about each course please take a look at the menu to the left or click the links below. Please note that some of the information may be from last year, however the outline of the courses will be the same so the info is still relevant. Information are updated regularly. Please contact islenska@uw.is if you have any inquiries at all about the courses.

A1 Crash Course
Winter Course - again in 2020– Ísafjörður
Spring Course - 13.05.-17.05.2019 – Ísafjörður
Summer Course - 15.08.-20.08.2019 – Ísafjörður

A1-A2 Beginners
05.08.-23.08.2019 – Ísafjörður

B1 Intermediate
26.08.-06.09.2019 - Ísafjörður

B2 Advanced - Ísafjörður - Further information to be announced soon
09.09.-13.09.2019


Some courses start after landing of the morning plane and end right before departure of the evening plane, while other courses start with an IceBreaker the evening of arrival day and end in the evening before the day of departure. Please check exact begin and end of each course on the webpage or get in touch with us at islenska@uw.is.  

We look forward to welcoming you to learn Icelandic with us in the magnificent setting of the Westfjords!

 

We would like to inform you about the event "Tungumálatöfrar" (The Language Magic). It is a summer course for multilingual children from age 5 to 11. The course takes place in Ísafjörður 5 - 10 August 2019. You can find further information on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tungumalatofrar/ or can direct your questions to tungumalatofrar@gmail.com

 

 

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