The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Washington D.C. is instrumental in planning and funding of the conference. This landmark meeting is due to the efforts of The Honorable Tora Aasland, former Continue Reading →
In 2011, we at the University of North Dakota started the first university-based, for-credit, online Norwegian courses in the US. We have refined and developed the courses, a series of NORW 101 and NORW 102, that provide in total 32 weeks of language instruction. We’ve had great success with students aged 18-80+, so the instruction style fits a variety of learners.
The series starts in August as UND kicks off a new semester, and the Fall semester spans 16 weeks from August 24 to December 18. Individuals may also register for upcoming online courses at the Online & Distance Education website. The website allows a student to become admitted as a non-degree student AND to become enrolled in an online course(s), all in one form. You will find additional details in the left-hand sidebar links at any of the online course registration websites.
Norwegian Language Classes Online
“Norwegian Constitution Day is the National Day of Norway and is an official national holiday observed on May 17 each year. Among Norwegians, the day is referred to simply as syttende Continue Reading →
“Sometimes it’s best to leave it to nature. While glass floors and skyscrapers can be impressive, in Norway it’s a mighty lump of stone that offers the best outlook. Preikestolen Continue Reading →
The Norwegian Society of Texas and the Hovedstad Chapter cordially invites you to Austin to attend the Althing weekend on April 17th-19th at St. Martin’s Lutheran Church 606 West 15th Continue Reading →
PRESS RELEASE OCTOBER 13, 2014 Norwegian reality TV viewers are so fascinated by Americans that we’r casting. SEASON 6 OF ‘THE GREAT NORWAY ADVENTURE’! Chicago’s O’Connor Casting Company is conducting Continue Reading →
This book presents the world’s heritage in sail. It highlights an American clipper ship, it became Norway’s first sail training ship, a French Atlantic mail steamer, British built square riggers Continue Reading →