Finnish courses

    • Info

      This year we have three groups, of which Beginners and Advanced 2 will be taught in a classroom starting on 16 September and Advanced 1 which will be taught online and begins only 30 September.

      Suomen Mestari 1

      Advanced 1 (online)
      Suomen Mestari 2

      Advanced 2
      Suomen Mestari 2-3

      The tuition fee for both fall and spring semesters is €175 (online course €120). This includes 19 lessons (á 2h), except online course which is 20 lessons.

      The first introductory lesson will be free, if you decide not to continue.

      The classroom lessons take place at the
      Amsterdam International Community School (AICS)
      Arent Janszoon Ernststraat 1179
      1081 HL Amsterdam

      We look forward to seeing you on board!

    • Course days

      Autumn/syksy 2023

      9 September/syyskuu – cancelled
      16 September/syyskuu
      30 September/syyskuu – Advanced 1 starts (online)

      7 October/lokakuu

      4 November/marraskuu
      11 November/marraskuu
      25 November/marraskuu

      9 December/joulukuu

      Spring/kevät 2024

      13 January/tammikuu
      20 January/tammikuu

      3 February/helmikuu
      10 February/helmikuu

      2 March/maaliskuu
      9 March/maaliskuu
      23 March/maaliskuu
      30 March/maaliskuu

      6 April/huhtikuu

      25 May/toukokuu

      15 June/kesäkuu
      22 June/kesäkuu

    • Sign up for the adults Finnish course

      The school year 2023/24 has begun. The registration for language courses is closed. If you are interested in to start middle of the school year, please contact us with the contact form in Yhteystiedot page.

    The Finnish School of Amsterdam was established in September 2013. The school offers various language classes and courses for both children and adults. Our mission is to assist bilingual families and children to maintain and develop their Finnish skills. Moreover, we want to give them a glimpse to Finnish culture and history.

    We would like to emphasise that the Finnish School of Amsterdam is a non-profit organization (stichting). The organisation keeps running with the help of volunteer parents who aim their children to learn Finnish, and to maintain their roots to Finland while living abroad.