- Efling will reimburse you for 75% of the price, bringing it down to 2,250 ISK.
- SSF will reimburse for 80%, bringing the price per class down to just 1,800 ISK/class.
- VR, Framsýn, AFL and Hlíf will reimburse for 90%, bringing it down to just 900 ISK. If they reimbursed you any harder I'd be paying you.
- Sameyki (for city workers), Stamos, FÍN, and KÍ reimburse 100%. I'll buy you a cup of coffee and you'll come out of this with a profit.
Of course, great private teachers are like a great pair of shoes—you need to try them out to know if they fit. (We also help you look good at parties!)
The first class is completely free with no commitments.
12,000 per 45 minute class, OR
10,000 per class if you buy 5 classes (for a total of 50,000), OR
9,000 per class if you buy 10 classes or more (for a total of 90,000)
That's before your union or employer subsidises the price. The out-of-pocket cost to you, the student, ends up being 0-3,000 per class.
Weekdays and Saturdays between 10:00 and 17:00.
Feel free to get in touch if you’re only available for classes in the evening, though — I can recommend a great colleague for you!
That's an excellent point, they are very good articles! Like any education, you can always become an expert by just reading the books at a decent library, but will miss out on the guidance and practical aspects that courses offer.
Private Icelandic lessons provide you with experienced tutelage, but more importantly a personal touch and an effective support network.