Welcome to Swedish for immigrants, SFI
Learning the Swedish language is important when you are new in Sweden. At SFI, swedish for immigrants, you get to learn how to read, write, hear and speak swedish to cope with your everyday life. You learn about the Swedish society and prepare yourself for your future working life.
Our SFI is always combined with other activities. It can be:
- Social orientation, for those who are completely new in Sweden
- Pre-vocational education
- Primary school courses, for example mathematics
More information about pre-vocational education with integrated SFIThe goal with the pre-vocational education with integrated SFI is to learn the Swedish language combined with practical elements and knowledge about the Swedish labour market. Pre-vocational education with integrated SFI is not a vocational education that leads to work. After SFI, you have the opportunity to apply for one of our vocational educations or other courses.We have different orientations to choose from in our pre-vocational education. You choose the orientation that you find most interesting to learn more about. To see what different possibilities there are towards a working life in Sweden makes it easier for you to make your own, well thought out, decisions about your future.
Go to application SFI - digital application site
You can change the language on the application site to english by pressing "Language" in the top right corner.
Studiepaths within SFI
SFI is divided in to different studiepaths and consists of four courses: A, B, C and D. Your previous school background is what determent your studiepath and how many courses you will study.
Course A, B, C and D. This path is for you with no och very short (0-6 years) school background from your home country.
Course B, C and D. This path is for you with 7-12 years of schooling in your home country.
Course C and D. This path is for you who had more than 13 years of schooling in your home country.
Who can study SFI in Falun?
- Adults over the age of 16.
If you are between 16 and 20 years old, you can study at the Introduction program at the Swedish upper secondary school.
- You who do not have basic knowledge of the Swedish language.
- You who are registered as a resident (“Folkbokförd”) in Falun.
In some cases, you may also have the right to study SFI even though you are not registered in the municipality of Falu. This applies if you are entitled to education based on:
- the EU-right
- the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA)
- the agreement between the EU and its Member States and Switzerland on the free movement of persons.