Learn Icelandic with Courses in London and Online
Icelandic is believed to have evolved from Old Norse. As part of the Germanic group of languages, Icelandic is closely related to German and Dutch and there are over 350,000 native speakers in the world today. Some English words such as 'ransack', 'berserk', and 'geyser' are derived from Icelandic. However, for English speakers, learning Icelandic can be challenging due to the complexity of the vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation.
At City Lit we offer Icelandic language learning courses delivered through a communicative approach that emphasises speaking and listening skills through interactive classroom based learning. Come and enjoy one of our lively classes and develop your Icelandic language communicative skills. We offer beginner, intermediate and advanced level courses in the heart of London. Choose from available weekday, weekend and evening courses run from our London facilities.
Many of our courses are delivered online. For more information about our live online courses, please see our guide to online learning.
Browse our Icelandic language courses below and enrol today!
Course Date: Wed 13 Jan 2021
Location on this date: OnlineJoin this lively course to improve your Icelandic. Suitable if you have completed the course Icelandic 2, module 1 or if you have an equivalent level (around 1.5 years of assessed Icelandic studies).
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘What is the course about?’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £189.00Senior fee: £189.00Concession: £115.00
Course Date: Wed 21 Apr 2021
Location on this date: OnlineSuitable if you have completed Icelandic 2: module 2 or equivalent.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘What is the course about?’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £199.00Senior fee: £199.00Concession: £121.00
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