Learn Swedish at the TUM Language Center
Swedish is the native language of about 10 million people. It is the official language of Sweden and is also one of the two official languages of Finland. Swedish is a descendant of Old Norse and is closely related to Danish and Norwegian. Swedish is characteriyed by its melodic accent and its distinctive vowel system.
Courses during the semester
Courses during the semester break
Use the lecture-free period before the Winter Semester 2018/2019, to improve your language skills.
- The program for the intensive courses can be found in TUMonline.
- The courses take place in September and October.
- The registration starts 3 weeks before each course starts.
Language Certificates and Language Tests
You can take a test to receive a language certificate to include in various applications (scholarships, internships, exchange semesters, etc.). Please contact email@example.com for further information
TUMtandem brings TUM students together for structured intercultural conversation.
- Read More about TUMtandem
Cooperation Chamber of Commerce
The German-Swedish Talent Program is an exclusive scholarship from the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Master students with a technical or economics-oriented degree program. Required are Swedish skills at A2 level.
"The German-Swedish Talent Program". ("Dialog": Annual magazine of the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce)
TISUS - Test i svenska för universitets- och högskolestudier
In cooperation with University Stockholm (Institutionen för svenska och flerspråkighet/
Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism) the TISUS-Test can be taken each May and October
at the TUM Language Center.
More inforamtion can be found at Stockholm University.
Summer courses in Sweden
Every year in March we are taking applications (max. three) from students who want to apply for a scholarship for taking summer courses in Sweden.
For this year's summer courses (2018) two students of the TUM Language Center got a scholarship.
Head of Swedish, Nordic languages and languages without lecturers
Room 300, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)