We offer Danish Courses for Danish Education 3 and labour market oriented Danish.
At Studieskolen new courses start at all levels every six weeks.
Day or night?
You can attend Danish lessons either during the day or in the evening. All you have to do is choose what suits you best.
Our day classes are three-four times a week, usually from 09.00 to 12.30 or sometimes also 12.00 to 15.30.
An evening class is two times a week, usually from 16.15 to 18.50, from 17.30 to 21.00 or from 19.00 to 21.35.
Morning and evening courses are equally intensive and the duration is the same. The only exception is module one which takes six weeks during the day and twelve weeks in the evening.
See the Danish courses that start in April 2017.
See the Danish courses that started in February 2017.
If it is difficult for you to get to Danish lessons twice a week, choose blended learning - Danish to Go.
If you would like to sign up for a course focused on written skills, please find information here.
Need help with your pronunciation?
We have special classes for our students focused on pronunciation. Read more.
Do you speak Swedish or Norwegian?
We can offer you Danish courses that are specially designed for Scandinavians. See more details.
Do you need to take a Danish language test?
We have preparatory courses for both the Danish 3 Examination and the Higher Education Examination.
Module 5 courses prepare you for the Danish 3 Examination. Your teacher will sign up for the exam when you are ready.
Module 6 courses prepare you for the Higher Education Examination. If you would like to take module 6, please contact the student advisor.
How long does a course last?
Each course is six weeks long. Module 2 and Module 3 last two times six weeks for example.
You will take a level test at the end of each course and a module test at the end of each module. You are tested so that the teacher can then assess whether you are ready to continue to the next level or whether you need to repeat the level.