Icelandic for the first time in the Scandinavian Language School

Icelandic is now being thought for the first time in the Scandinavian Language School in Brussels. The Scandinavian Language School was formed on a shared initiative from the Norwegian and Swedish Embassies in Belgium, the Swedish Institute in Stockholm and the Danish Cultural Institute Benelux. The school's aim is to bring Scandinavians and citizens in the Benelux closer together by making them familiar with each other's languages. The school is located in the Danish Cultural Institute that has more than 50 years of experience in language teaching. All teachers are native speakers, and the courses are held exclusively in the target language. Courses have a maximum of 12 students, but with an average of 8 students. Courses are held at The Danish Cultural Institute, 10 minutes walk from the Schuman metro station.



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