When do the courses start?
We start new Danish courses eight times a year:
January 9, 2017 - courses online now
February 20, 2017 - courses online now
April 3, 2017 - courses online March 13
May 22, 2017 - courses online May 1
July 3, 2017 - courses online June 12
August 14, 2017 - courses online June 12
September 25, 2017 - courses online September 4
November 13, 2017 - courses online October 16
How much do Danish lessons cost?
I have a CPR number & an official address in Denmark
Foreigners in Denmark are usually entitled to a subsidized Danish Language Education for up to four and a half years.
Most students start with Intro Danish - you have to complete 250 lessons of Danish in eighteen months. Afterwards you can continue to Danish Education for up to three years.
Your council of residence will pay for your lessons. It is also your council which decides how much Danish Education you are entitled to receive.
If you are from an EU/EEA member state and pay taxes in Copenhagen, but do not have an address in Denmark, you are still normally entitled to subsidized Danish classes. You are required to provide proof of your employment and send a copy of your latest pay slip to council of Copenhagen every time you start a new module.
I don’t have a CPR number
If you do not have a CPR number, you will have to pay for the Danish classes yourself.
The price for the class varies depending on how many lessons it has. The normal classes cost DKK 100 per 45-minute lesson, and you will need to pay for the entire class at the beginning of the term.
An evening class: Twice a week at 17.30-21.00, a total of 48 lessons. 48 lessons x 100 DKK = 4.800 DKK in total for six weeks
A day class: Four times a week at 9.00 to 12.30, a total of 92 lessons. 92 lessons x 100 DKK = 9.200 DKK in total for six weeks
Our Written Skills courses cost DKK 120 per lesson.
Danish to Go
Our Blended Learning course, which is partially online, costs DKK 150 per lesson.