Swahili is a Category III language. It takes on average 48 weeks of full-time training to reach a limited working proficiency (ILR level 2). The exact time needed will depend on many factors, including a person’s language learning ability, intensity of instruction, and prior experience in learning a foreign language.

Where is SWAHILI an official language?

Countries where this language is an official language: Tanzania, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The ICLS Evening Program offers foreign language classes in a variety of languages. Foreign language evening classes meet Monday through Thursday

ICLS offers customized one-on-one instruction on a full-time and part-time basis which can take place either on site at ICLS or on the Internet in a live virtual classroom.

We will create a customized curriculum and select appropriate materials for your course just as we do for our individual one-on-one programs on site.

Looking for more information? Visit REQUEST INFORMATION page, email us at foreignlang@icls.edu or call +1 (202) 639-8800