We offer these Norwegian language courses in Autumn 2018:
- A1 level, beginners' course (starts week 35)
- A2 level, beginners' + course (starts week 37)
- B1 level, intermediate course (starts week 35)
- B2 level, advanced course (starts week 34)
- A1-A2 level course for spouses/partners (starts in week 35. Requires a minimum number of signups.)
The courses aim at developing your Norwegian language and culture skills, and is free of charge for all OsloMet employees.
If you wish to participate, please register here. The registration closes August 7th at 4 pm. For any additonal information, we kindly ask you to contact the Academic Language and Practice unit.
Practice Norwegian and other languages – attend the language café!
The café is open once a month from 15:30-17:30. There will be a short topic presentation with different themes each time. Find additional information by clicking the dates below.
- February 21st.: «Language dating – how do we do it?» by Marit Greek and Tom Muir
- March 21st.: «Ice cold Norwegians?» by Indigo Deborah Trigg-Hauger
- April 18th.: «Living as an International employee» by Diego Praino and Marco Tagliabue
- May 23rd.: «Wondrous cultural differences» (room 659 in P46, 3rd. floor)
- June 20th.: «Married to a foreigner» by Elena Tkachenko and Kristin Solli
Wine, coffee, tea and snacks will be served.
At the language café you may meet colleagues who either speak, or wants to learn, languages such as: Amharic, Arabic, Azerbaijani, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Persian, German, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tibetan, Urdu, Vietnamese and ”älvdalsk”.
Practice language with a colleague!
Language dating provides an opportunity for employees with different mother tongues to practice each other’s languages together alternately. It is up to each ”language pair” to decide when and where to meet. You may for instance have lunch together, go to the Oslo Met’s Language Café or maybe go for a walk in the park.
To participate, please register so that we can help you find a language partner. In cases where there is not any colleagues with mutual language interests, it might take a little while before we contact you.
The Academic Language and Practice unit offers several courses within the field of English for Academic Purposes. For more information, click here.