Learn Norwegian Online

Do you want to learn Norwegian? If so, you learn a language that not many other speak. There are many good web-based courses – and CampusOnline.no offers a variety of approved Norwegian language courses.

About CampusOnline

CampusOnline.no is an online school that offers complete, web-based Norwegian language courses with tutoring. CampusOnline.no offers courses for three, six or twelve months with approved Norwegian instruction for adults. The Norwegian courses contain an admission interview, language test, individual instruction plan and tutoring. You will work with multimedia texts in which texts, images, videos, explanations of words and exercises are intricately connected.

The courses of CampusOnline.no include compulsory tutored sessions with experienced online tutors who help you with the Norwegian instruction. All of our online tutors have approved teacher‘s education and expertise in Norwegian as a second language and/or migration education studies. The courses are approved by VOX – the Norwegian Agency for Lifelong Learning – and is in compliance with the Act of 4 July 2003, no. 80 relating to introduction arrangements and Norwegian teaching for newly-arrived immigrants.

CampusOnline.no is a member of the Norwegian Association for Distance Education (NADE), a national interest organization which has played an active role in the development of remote education in Norway.

CampusOnline.no is a part of Fagbokforlaget. Fagbokforlaget is a nationwide, independent publisher of educational resources and textbooks for all levels of education: kindergarten, primary school, secondary school, adult learning and higher education.

 

Text by: ThorBugge Lanesskog, ThorNews

Source: CampusOnline.no

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Categories: Language

5 replies

  1. I’ll have to look into this. I’ve had two years of Norwegian at Portland State University, but it was long ago, and I need practice! Thanks for this info.

  2. I’m very excited to learn abut this! I’m always on the lookout for more opportunities to practice and advance in the language. Thanks!

  3. Hi,
    My wife and I went on a course with campus online, and took part in Migranorsk Start Alpha and Migranorsk Allmenn. However, even if it was cheaper than some of the other options that we looked at, we only got a few lessons with a teacher and the rest of the time we worked on our own. The system is very nice and we could study when we had time, but when we arrived in Norway we found that we could understand very little and very often nothing. The thing that was really upsetting was the fact that people could not understand us. Our pronunciation was out and we could not tell the difference between many basic words that we used. Maybe this is just us and not really the courses, but we wasted a lot of time with this, looking back now.
    I would recommend Migra norsk, but only as a place to start out with and you should find a Norwegian teacher that can talk with you and teach you the important part of pronouncing the words correctly.
    I signed up for a course with an online school. It is not approved by VOX as it is not based in Norway, but it does use the d-books and has lots of online activates that you can do alone and have to do to pass the course. But the big difference is that the course has 54 hours of teaching with the teacher, plus hours and hours of other activates that we keep doing.

    Here is a link to the site https://norint.eu/index.php/en/

    My teacher is from Trondheim and has been teaching Norwegian for about 12 years now from what she has told me. When I was finding out about the company, they said that she had been working for them for about 4 years.

    Regards
    Jacek

  4. Hi,
    My wife and I went on a course with campus online, and took part in Migranorsk Start Alpha and Migranorsk Allmenn. However, even if it was cheaper than some of the other options that we looked at, we only got a few lessons with a teacher and the rest of the time we worked on our own. The system is very nice and we could study when we had time, but when we arrived in Norway we found that we could understand very little and very often nothing. The thing that was really upsetting was the fact that people could not understand us. Our pronunciation was out and we could not tell the difference between many basic words that we used. Maybe this is just us and not really the courses, but we wasted a lot of time with this. Looking back now.
    I would recommend Migra norsk, but only as a place to start out with and you should find a Norwegian teacher that can talk with you and teach you the important part of pronouncing the words correctly.

    I signed up for a course with an online school. It is not approved by VOX as it is not based in Norway, but it does use the d-books a and has lots of online activates that you can do alone and have to do to pass the course. But the big difference is that the course has 54 hours of teaching with the teacher plus hours and hours of other activates that we keep doing.

    Here is a link to the school: https://norint.eu/index.php/en/

    My teacher is from Trondheim and has been teaching Norwegian for about 12 years now from what she has told me. When I was finding out about the company, they said that she had been working for them for 4 years.

    Regards
    Jacek

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