Prospective Students

Say like Simba here above: Hakuna Matata. He is so eager to learn.

1. What you should know before

Given the size of the University of Richmond, students are fortunate to have the possibility of learning Kiswahili. Contrary to other languages taught in a regular setting, that is the instructor and the students in a face-to-face situation on a continual basis, the weight is entirely on the learner. The program will be beneficial if the student stick to the following prerequisites: The language learner. This is the most important element of the self-instructional program. For a successful completion of the course, the learner has the do the following:

2. Information on former students

It is always useful to have information on a couple of students who took the course. The coordinator can always refer anyone to those students currently taking the course. There is also information on former students briefly stating they chose to learn Kiswahili and what they did with the language.

3. Get in touch with the coordinator

If you determine that you want to take Kiswahili as a Self-Paced course, read the information provided here and other links. Then get in touch with the coordinator to set an appointment. You can contact him at extension at 289-8104. His office is the Deparment of Modern Languages and Literatures, in Puryear Hall 216. Return to HomePage | Return to Main Page | Aims of the Course | Books and Documents | Coordinator | Drill Instructor | Future of Kiswahili | Former Students | Kingwana or Copperbelt Kiswahili | Kiswahili I | Kiswahili II | Kiswahili and Kwaanza | Kiswahili Language | Linguistic Map | Method of the course | Multimedia Resources | Professional Organizations | Prospective Students | Self-Paced Program | Swahiliphone Countries