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SFI as distance studies

At NTI-skolan you study Swedish for immigrants, SFI, entirely in the form of distance education. You always have your personal teacher from the first day of the course until the grade is set and you study at your own pace, using your computer. How long a course takes depends on how much time you spend on your studies. If you put in lots of time, you can finish quickly!

After your studies

When you have done your SFI-courses you can move on to taking Grundläggande svenska som andraspråk (Basic Swedish as a second language) at NTI-skolan, which grants you access to more adult education and you can study towards a profession, such as childcare worker, assistant nurse, or financial assistant. You can also study any of our more than 280 courses and course packages.

Studying SFI + Basic Swedish + Swedish as a second language (SVA) can help you meet all of the Swedish requirements that you need to study at university or other forms of higher education.

"It has been good, when I need to ask about the tasks that I don't understand, I got an answer so quickly from my teacher."

SFI-student at NTI-skolan

3 advantages of SFI with NTI-skolan’s distance education

Study from home

1

There is no need to go to the school building, you study from wherever you want to; your home, the park, a café or the library.

Study in your own pace

2

You do not have to wait for the rest of the class, but study as quickly as you want to. You choose how much time you spend studying.

Study with ease

3

Everything you need for your studies is the course literature and a computer with internet access. It’s as easy as that!

Choose the path of studies that suits you

Svenska för invandrare 2-3D

Studieform Distans

Kurskod SFIKUD92 och SFIKUD93

Studietid Flexibel

Svenska för invandrare 2-3C

Studieform Distans

Kurskod SFIKUC92 och SFIKUC93

Studietid Flexibel

Svenska för invandrare 2B

Studieform Distans

Kurskod SFIKUB9

Studietid Flexibel

You can study SFI at a distance with NTI-skolan in these municipalities

Frequently asked questions about SFI as distance education

You have the right to study SFI from the second calendar year, the year you turn 16, if you also meet these two criteria:

– You are a resident in Sweden

– You lack the basic Swedish skills that the course is supposed to give you

More information about who has the right to SFI education can be found on the website of the Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket)

Your choice of study path depends on how much Swedish you already know. Click each study path above to read more about what difficulty level they have.

If you feel uncertain, a study counsellor can help you further.

You apply through the adult education centre in the municipality you live in. More information about applicaion can be found on this page.

When you have done your SFI-courses you can move on to taking Grundläggande svenska som andraspråk (Basic Swedish as a second language) at NTI-skolan, which grants you access to more adult education and you can study towards a profession, such as childcare worker, assistant nurse, or financial assistant. You can also study any of our more than 280 courses and course packages.

Studying SFI + Basic Swedish + Swedish as a second language (SVA) can help you meet all of the Swedish requirements that you need to study at university or other forms of higher education, or for a new job!

If you have questions about the course, you are welcome to contact us in our support forum.

To support forum