As a new educational opportunity, Faroese as a Second Language, for newcomers, and non-native speakers will be offered in the North-eastern part of the Faroes Islands.
The course will cover spoken and written Faroese and will also serve as an are introduction to the Faroese society and culture.
The length of the course is 15 weeks with compulsory attendance. Teaching takes place on all regular weekdays with four-hour sessions. All teaching will be held in the high school in Kambsdalur, beginning October 31st and ending May 2023.
The course concludes with an exam and each student receives either a certificate for a module test, which gives access to further studies in Faroese as a Second Language, or a formalized diploma supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Culture which is applicable for upper secondary studies.
The course is organized in accordance with the CEFR scale and students are screened for prior language skills before classes begin.
For further information, contact Óli Wolles, Head of Education at Kambsdal College, via phone +298 610800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application form will be available on the 4th of October at 12 o’clock.