Language School

For most expat in Stockholm learning Swedish is very important. It will certainly help you relate to the locals and to your new environment. However, going to school can be expensive. But there’s good news for immigrants in Stockholm. The government offers free Swedish classes through SFI. SFI is a service offered to foreigners and held in various locations throughout the city. It provides you with basic knowledge not only with Swedish language but also with Swedish culture and tradition. There’s also an option for people who prefer a more academic environment by enrolling for a class at school. Here’s a list of some of the top Swedish schools in the city.
Stockholm University.  Stockholm University offers a range of courses and programmes in the Swedish language, designed especially for international students and visitors and run by the Department of Scandinavian Languages.
Folkuniversitetet. The school now offers SFI courses. SFI is a service offered to foreigners through the Swedish government. SFI courses are held in various locations throughout the city. They work with all language skills – speaking, reading, listening and writing, instruction is in Swedish from the start, small groups are an important part of teaching for maximal use of the language, a language Lab where you can practice and do extra exercises and vocational language training.
Swedish Institute (SI).  If you are still in your home country, you can learn Swedish before going to Stockholm by enrolling in Swedish Institute.
One of the main tasks of the Swedish Institute  is to be a liaison and provide services that facilitate instruction in Swedish language and literature at universities and university colleges abroad.
Swedish instruction is provided at some 220 universities in over 40 countries worldwide, except from Africa. The greatest concentration of university-level Swedish instruction is found in Germany, the United States and Russia. Swedish is often included in degree programs in Germanic languages, Scandinavian studies or the equivalent. Instruction is largely provided by non-Swedes.