BERGEN, Norway, Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For those interested in the Norwegian language for reasons of culture, travel, work or just general knowledge, Campus Online has Norwegian language courses designed specifically for their needs. This company has made it possible for anyone from a complete beginner with no knowledge at all of the language to someone with a quite advanced knowledge of the language to find a course to suit their needs. They do this by assigning each learner an online tutor and by administering a digital language test prior to beginning training.
The digital language test takes between 30 to 90 minutes to complete and can be interrupted at any time. This makes it both easy and convenient for the test taker to fit the test into their busy schedule. The results of the test will be available on the screen immediately after completing the test, and will help to determine what level of class the participant should be placed in to learn Norwegian. This test is available to anyone interested in how to learn Norwegian online is completely free and can be completed with no obligation whatsoever to order a language course.
Campus Online lets the user choose many different options to learn Norwegian, which allows each learner to custom tailor a plan to suit their particular needs, skills and circumstances. These accommodations make it possible for absolutely anyone to learn Norwegian.
About the Company:
Campus Online is an online language learning company that specializes in teaching the Norwegian languages. This online school offers a variety of different courses for those who want to learn Norwegian in their choice of length including 3, 6, 9 or even 12 months. At the end of the training, participants will receive a certificate which outlines their accomplishments at Campus Online, which may be used to help further their careers, mark the occasion or be shown to verify their knowledge of the Norwegian language. Their courses are VOX approved, which means that the Norwegian Agency for Lifelong Learning approves the curriculum and it is in compliance with Norwegian teaching legislation. http://argo.no/
SOURCE Campus Online