Swedish Language Classes

Current session: May 2 – July 18, 2018

The class will be held if there are a minimum of four students registered

The Swedish American Museum is offering one evening Swedish Class this spring & summer in Advanced Conversation. The session will run for twelve weeks with classes running 90 minutes. The instructor is Benjamin Stopek. Tuition is $175 for Museum members, $200 for non-Museum members. Books are not included in tuition.

Conversation/Intermediate and Advanced, Wednesdays, 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., starting May 2
For students who have mastered the skills at the intermediate level and want to practice the Swedish language. The course will focus on advanced conversation, discussions, reading, and comparisons of Swedish and American culture and traditions. Classes will be held in Swedish.

Instructor: Benjamin Stopek (Intermediate and Conversation/Advanced)
Benjamin Stopek is a Swedish dual-citizen. He has been living in the U.S. for the past nine years. Recently a Chicago resident, Ben moved from the East Coast to be closer to friends and family. He works in the Chicago theatre scene as a writer and director. His main focus teaching Swedish is empathy work and helping students grasp abstract conversational topics and concepts.

REFUND POLICY: Class fee must be paid before or at the time of the first class. A tuition refund is available up to two days after the date of the first class. Tuition is not refundable after this time.  Please call the Museum at 773.728.8111 if you have questions.

Swedish Language Classes

Job opportunity
The Swedish American Museum is looking for a Swedish language teacher to teach beginner Swedish as an evening class. Classes are held once a week through parts of the year.

If you are interested please send your CV to museum@samac.org.