Finnish courses

    • Info

      There are three language courses offered to adults this school year 2021/22. The lessons are going to be given online on Zoom.

      Beginners 1
      Suomen Mestari 1, chapters 1 – 5

      Beginners 2
      Suomen Mestari 1, chapters 6 – 9

      Suomen Mestari 2 onwards based on the skills of the students

      The tuition fee for both fall and spring semesters is total €120. This includes 20 online lessons (á 2h).

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

      We look forward to seeing you on board!

    • Course days

      Autumn/syksy 2021

      Beginners 1
      18 September/syyskuu
      02 October/lokakuu
      16 October/lokakuu
      30 October/lokakuu
      13 November/marraskuu
      27 November/marraskuu
      11 December/joulukuu

      Beginners 2
      25 September/syyskuu
      02 October/lokakuu
      09 October/lokakuu
      23 October/lokakuu
      06 November/marraskuu
      20 November/marraskuu
      04 December/joulukuu
      18 December/joulukuu

      02 October/lokakuu
      13 October/lokakuu
      27 October/lokakuu
      10 November/marraskuu
      17 November/marraskuu
      24 November/marraskuu
      08 December/joulukuu

    • Sign up for the adults Finnish course

      Enrollment for school year 2021/22 is closed. If you are interested in to start in the middle of the school year, please contact us with the below form. Please describe your level of Finnish.

      Nimi / Name

      Sähköposti / Email

      Aihe / Subject

      Viesti / Message

      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.