Spoken by almost 5 million people, Norwegian is one of the Scandinavian languages, and is quite easy for speakers of English to learn. It is the official language of Norway, where most of its speakers live. The standard languages of Norway, Sweden and Denmark are mutually intelligible, meaning that the populations of each country can more or less understand each other's languages in both written and spoken form. Norwegian itself has two official forms, the more formal Bokmål (influenced by Danish and dating from the Danish Empire period), and the more modern [and Norwegian] Nynorsk, which some people feel is "rustic". Although Norwegians are educated in both, Bokmål enjoys much more widespread usage in formal writing, whereas Nynorsk tends to be more informal, and is based on every day Norwegian.
General Norwegian Course:
Usually 20 lessons per week, 4 lessons each day (morning or
Individual Norwegian Course:
Tailor-made to your own personal needs and interests. NB.
If you require individual language training in the UK please
send an email with your requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hotel: For those who want complete independence away from the school environment (applies to courses abroad).
All of our accommodation options are available as single, double or twin rooms. These preferences are listed on some of our location pages or on a request basis. Please contact us for more information.