The Department of Language Education of Stockholm University organises Language Cafe sessions where students and university staff from a CIVIS member university get the opportunity to practise languages in an informal setting, together with other students and native speakers.
The Language Cafes will be running digitally via the e-meeting service Zoom.
What is a language cafe?
The idea of a Language Cafe is to practise your language skills and cultural awareness by talking to native speakers and other learners, informally, over coffee or tea. The cafes are run by student native speakers on a voluntary basis. No credits are given and no teachers are present, unless they are learners, too. Welcome to participate on a regular basis or drop in spontaneously.
20 languages are currently offered and you can participate in as many as language café sessions as you want!
The schedule can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
The Spring term language cafes start on 1 February, 2021. Each language is scheduled for one or two hours a week.
The digital language cafes are FREE and open to students and staff at universities within CIVIS. People interested in joining a language café are invited to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org