Swedish for immigrants

Welcome to Sweden! At JENSEN SFI you will learn to read, write, understand, and speak Swedish. You will be able to use the language skills we teach you to continue studying or in your future job.

Stockholm Kista
In Kista in Stockholm we offer SFI course of study 2, level B-D and course of study 3, level C-D. Our classes are held during the day, evening or as distance courses.
Address: Isafjordsgatan 32A, Kista

Helsingborg
In Helsingborg we offer SFI course of study 2, level B-C and course of study 3, level C-D. Our classes are held during the day, evening or as distance courses.
Address: Kaliforniegatan 4, Helsingborg

FAQ - frequently asked questions

What is SFI - Swedish for immigrants?
SFI is an education in the Swedish language for immigrants. You can study SFI both in the daytime and in the evenings. You can study SFI through classroom classes or distance courses. If you take distance courses, you study at home but if you wish you can also participate in classroom classes. SFI is available at several different levels, the levels are called courses of study. When you visit the SFI center to apply for SFI, you will be asked to do a test to show which study level suits you. Read more about how to apply here. 

Who can study SFI?
To study SFI you need to live in Sweden, have a Swedish personnummer (social security number), and be at least 16 years old.

How do I apply to SFI?
Read more about how to apply here.

What grades can I get?
You will be graded on a scale from A to E where A is the highest grade and E is the lowest passing grade.

When does my course start?
You can start studying 2-3 weeks after you have applied to SFI. 

When does my course end?
SFI is an individual form of education which means that the length of the course depends on how much and how fast you study.

Does SFI cost money?
No, SFI is completely free of charge and even your books are free. 

Do you have study materials?
Yes, we use both classroom books and books online.