The language profile is divided into three areas: 1) Language skills, 2) Language, culture and internationality, and 3) Language learning skills. There are tasks associated with each section. The tasks in the language profile will help you identify, describe and highlight your skills in different languages. At the same time, you will learn how to find suitable ways for you to develop your language skills and learn languages during and after high school.

A language profile is like a workbook that you start at the beginning of your studies and return to different areas at different stages of your studies. By returning to the sections, you can reflect on the impact of your language learning story and experience on how you are as a language learner now and after high school.

Continuation of the Language Portfolio of Basic Education

The aim of the language profile is to continue the language portfolio work that has begun on the basic education side. Read more about the Language Portfolio on the National Board of Education’s website: