Icelandic Courses

Announcement due to COVID-19

 

15.07.2020

Travellers who have spent at least the last 14 days before travelling to Iceland in Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Germany, Greenland, or Norway are allowed to enter Iceland without quarantine or testing.

Foreign nationals, who are neither EU/EEA nor EFTA nationals, continue not to be allowed to enter Iceland unless they can demonstrate that their travel is essential - further information

All passengers are required to fill out a pre registration form before departure to Iceland.

Further information for travellers is available on the website of the directorate of immigration https://www.utl.is/index.php/en/about-directorate-of-immigration/covid-19, on the website www.covid.is and in the Chief Epidemiologist‘s Information for travellers to Iceland after 15 June 2020. 

 


 

09.06.2020 

Please find here the newest information for travelers to Iceland after 15 June 2020 issued by the Directorate of Health. 

If you have any questions or concerns don´t hesitate to contact us at islenska@uw.is.

 


Ísafjörður is an especially exciting place to learn Icelandic. A friendly small town in the magnificent surroundings of the remote Westfjords. 

In 2020 we offer a variety of Icelandic courses from level A1/A2 up to B2 as well as a one-week crash course. 

The University Centre of the Westfjords in Ísafjörður invites you to join us 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 contact islenska@uw.is if you have any questions about the courses. 

Language learning is an individual endeavor and different for everyone. Students should evaluate themselves what course can be beneficial to their progress in learning Icelandic and apply accordingly. Please inform yourself about the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR) and check out the self-assessment grid in order to profile your language skills. If you are unsure to what course you should apply to, please send us an email to islenska@uw.is. 

 

A1 Crash Course (one week)

August 13rd - 18th

A1-A2 Beginners (3 weeks)

August 3rd - 21st

B1 Intermediate (two weeks)

August 24th - September 4th

B2 Advanced (one week)

September 07th - 11th  

 

All courses are taught at the University Centre of the Westfjords in Ísafjörður. We look forward to welcoming you to learn Icelandic with us. 

 

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 each year in early August. 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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