Self-Access Centre (B5071)
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About this website
This website is here to help you with your language learning. It does not matter if you are currently participating in a language centre course or not - there are many things you can do on your own to improve your skills. We would be happy to assist you!
To proceed, simply choose the language you want to study from the menu on the left. You will be asked to choose your skills level. You can find more information on this and several other topics in our user tutorial.
Please note that the pages are updated regularly. However, if you cannot find the kind of material you are looking for or if you have any problems with this site, please click on Feedback and offer your ideas!
Do you want to improve your German?
There's still space on the course "Deutsch im Studium und Alltag" (4 op) (Tuesdays 10-13 in E322). The course level is A2+/B1. The course maybe won't be offered in spring, so now it's a good chance to attend to course. Contact the teacher Brigitte Reuter, to enroll to the course: firstname.lastname@example.org
The new school year is about to start and we will open our doors officially on Monday 1st of September, you are warmly welcome!
Do notice our new opening hours, from Monday to Thursday from 10 to 16, on Fridays from 10 to 15.
We would like to thank the student who donated us awesome Japanese material : now it is possible to read Japanese One Piece manga or to learn make origamis in SAC!
Swedish in English? Yes!
Now it is possible to learn Swedish in English, too. A great opportunity for exchange students to get to know the other official language of Finland. Välkommen!
Would you like to learn some Estonian?
Self Access Centre has material for Estonian learners, come and take a look at Naljaga pooleks and Keel selgeks! Studying is now possible in Russian, too.
The Self-Access Centre (Pinni B5071) welcomes all old and new visitors to get to know our services on the 5th floor of Pinni B. You can come and relax on our new sofas between your lectures and watch satellite TV!