English courses

Sign up for an English course or tailor your own English course by mixing and matching different English courses. Learn English from the beginning, take a quick English course to brush up your current English level or move on to new challenges at the next English level. We only speak English in class and focus on teaching you how to speak English.

We offer you courses in English at all levels and we also offer you classes that focus on, for instance, written English or English grammar – or classes that focus on preparing you for a Cambridge English examination.

 

Find your level

  1. First, read about the levels. The levels are aligned with The European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  2. Take our free online English test.

If you have not recently taken an English course at Studieskolen, we recommend that you test your level.

 

Do you have any questions? See the frequently asked questions (FAQ).

 

Click on your level below and find your English course.

Basic level 1-2: A1 / A2

Engelsk for begyndere/Complete Beginner 1:2 (A1)

Start: Thursday 23 February
Thu 17:00-20:30
Teacher:
BA, TEFL Tara Hogan
Price:
kr. 3910 (kr. 3575)
Class no.:
3002-17
Period:
23.02.2017 to 08.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
507
Time:
Thu 17:00-20:30
Lessons:
56
Learn to speak and understand basic English. Develop the confidence to use English in daily situations, such as meeting new people, eating at a restaurant, writing a postcard, recognising common words in texts and more. Your teacher will help you to improve your English in a fun and relaxed environment.
On this course you will complete the second half of the beginners level. The course book contains a DVD and an online code with access to extra practice materials related to all the units in the book. This gives you the opportunity to extend and continue your learning after the lesson.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Navigate: Beginners A1: Coursebook with DVD and Online Skills, 2015 (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194566230.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
No lesson on 25/5.
8-16 students.

Næsten begyndere/Almost beginner 1 (A1)

Start: Friday 24 February
Fri 9:30-12:05
Teacher:
MA Stanley Bento
Price:
kr. 3995 (kr. 3825)
Class no.:
3003-17
Period:
24.02.2017 to 16.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
503
Time:
Fri 9:30-12:05
Lessons:
42
Do you know some English, but feel you have forgotten most of it and would like to start from the beginning? This course will take you 'back to basics' and you will learn the basic grammar and vocabulary for everyday English. You will improve your confidence and fluency in using English in daily situations, such as meeting new people, eating at a restaurant, writing a postcard, recognising common words in texts and more. Your teacher will help you to improve your English in a fun and relaxed environment.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
No lesson on 26/5.
6-12 students.

Everyday English 2 (A2) - Intensive

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue + Thu 10:00-13:05
Teacher:
TESOL Christopher Smith
Price:
kr. 6750 (kr. 6150)
Class no.:
3005-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 08.06.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
122
Time:
Tue + Thu 10:00-13:05
Lessons:
100
Learn to communicate and understand general English. Improve your confidence and fluency in using English in everyday situations, such as meeting new people, eating at a restaurant, writing a postcard, recognising common words in texts and more. The teacher will help you to correct your English in a fun and relaxed environment. This course covers the full elementary level based on selected topics from the course book. The book contains a DVD and an online code with access to extra practice materials related to all the units in the book. This gives you the opportunity to extend and continue your learning after the lesson.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Navigate: Elementary A2: Coursebook with DVD and Online Skills, 2015 (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194566360.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
No lesson on 25/5.
8-16 students.

Everyday English 2:2 (A2)

Start: Wednesday 22 February
Wed 17:00-19:35
Teacher:
TESOL, PhD Stuart Wright
Price:
kr. 3795 (kr. 3470)
Class no.:
3006-17
Period:
22.02.2017 to 28.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
502
Time:
Wed 17:00-19:35
Lessons:
54
Learn to communicate and understand general English. Improve your confidence and fluency in using English in everyday situations, such as where you work or study, when travelling, meeting new people, writing a letter, and reading shorter texts. The teacher will help you to correct your English in a fun and relaxed environment. On this course you will complete the second half of the elementary level.
The book contains a CD with extra practice materials related to all the units in the book. This gives you the opportunity to extend and continue your learning after the lesson.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Navigate: Elementary A2: Coursebook with DVD and Online Skills, 2015 (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194566360.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
8-16 students.

Everyday Conversation 2 (A2)

Start: Friday 24 February
Fri 9:30-12:05
Teacher:
TESOL Benjamin Galvin
Price:
kr. 2630 (kr. 2415)
Class no.:
3007-17
Period:
24.02.2017 to 02.06.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
118
Time:
Fri 9:30-12:05
Lessons:
36
Would you like to improve your English vocabulary and the grammar you need to communicate? Come and chat with your classmates while you learn how to introduce yourself and talk about routines and familiar topics such as family, where you live, food, travel and life experiences. Enjoy role-plays and games. We offer a fun and interesting course that will build on your language skills. There may be homework.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
No lesson on 26/5.
8-16 students.
Intermediate level 3: B1

Everyday English 3 (B1) - Intensive

Start: Monday 20 February
Mon + Wed 9:30-12:35
Teacher:
CELTA Diana Elvie Christensen
Price:
kr. 6750 (kr. 6150)
Class no.:
3011-17
Period:
20.02.2017 to 12.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
502
Time:
Mon + Wed 9:30-12:35
Lessons:
100
Learn to communicate and understand general English. Improve your confidence and fluency in using English in everyday situations such as work, study, hobbies, travel and current events. The teacher will help you to correct your English in a fun and relaxed environment. This course covers the full pre-intermediate level based on selected topics from the course book.
The book contains a DVD and an online code with access to extra practice materials related to all the units in the book. This gives you the opportunity to extend and continue your learning after the lesson.
Written assignments will be set for homework.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Navigate: Pre-Intermediate B1: Coursebook with DVD and Online Skills (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194566490.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
No lesson on 5/6.
8-16 students.

English Conversation & Grammar 3 (B1)

Start: Wednesday 22 February
Wed 17:15-19:50
Teacher:
CELTA Diana Elvie Christensen
Price:
kr. 2985 (kr. 2735)
Class no.:
3012-17
Period:
22.02.2017 to 31.05.2017
Location:
Vognmagergade 8, 4th floor
Room:
V419
Time:
Wed 17:15-19:50
Lessons:
42
Would you like to improve your English vocabulary and the grammar you need to communicate? Come and chat with your classmates while you learn how to talk about everyday and familiar topics as well as how to describe hopes and ambitions. You learn to start and end a conversation naturally, briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. You also learn to describe a story, book or film and your reactions. Enjoy role-plays and games. We offer a fun and interesting course that will build on your language skills. Some homework will be assigned.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
8-16 students.
Intermediate level 4: B1+

Everyday English 4 (B1+) - Intensive

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue + Thu 9:30-12:35
Teacher:
TESOL Benjamin Galvin
Price:
kr. 6750 (kr. 6150)
Class no.:
3016-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 08.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
501
Time:
Tue + Thu 9:30-12:35
Lessons:
100
Learn to communicate and understand general English. Improve your confidence and fluency in using English in everyday situations such as working life or study, giving opinions on current events, making appointments and explaining future plans. The teacher will help you to correct your English in a fun and relaxed environment.
This course covers the full intermediate level based on selected topics from the course book. The book contains a DVD and an online code with access to extra practice materials related to all the units in the book. This gives you the opportunity to extend and continue your learning after the lesson.
Written assignments will be set for homework.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Navigate: Intermediate B1+: Coursebook with DVD and Online Skills, 2015 (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194566629.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
No lesson on 25/5.
8-16 students.

Conversation for Confidence 4 (B1+)

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue 17:30-21:00
Teacher:
CELTA Mavis Graham
Price:
kr. 2840 (kr. 2675)
Class no.:
3019-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 04.04.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
509
Time:
Tue 17:30-21:00
Lessons:
28
This course is designed to help increase your confidence by having a smaller than average class, in a relaxed informal setting. It offers you the opportunity to expand your vocabulary and improve your fluency and accuracy by discussing texts. It will include a variety of fun speaking activities that will help you 'find the words' and focus on encouraging even the most self-conscious individual to speak freely and confidently. Grammar will be included, as required.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.

English Conversation 3 (B1+) - LYNGBY

Start: Thursday 23 February
Thu 15:00-16:40
Teacher:
TESOL Benjamin Galvin
Price:
kr. 2850 (kr. 2685)
Class no.:
3022-17
Period:
23.02.2017 to 08.06.2017
Location:
Lyngby Private Skole, Lyngby Hovedgade 56
Room:
8B
Time:
Thu 15:00-16:40
Lessons:
28
Come and learn English and improve your vocabulary, fluency and the grammar you need to communicate. Chat with your classmates about topical issues, as you discuss texts and film clips. You learn how to extend your conversations and be a more active and confident speaker. We offer a fun and interesting course that will build on your language skills. There will be some homework.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.

English Conversation 3 (B1+) - LYNGBY

Start: Thursday 23 February
Thu 17:15-19:50
Teacher:
TESOL Benjamin Galvin
Price:
kr. 3960 (kr. 3710)
Class no.:
3023-17
Period:
23.02.2017 to 08.06.2017
Location:
Lyngby Private Skole, Lyngby Hovedgade 56
Room:
8B
Time:
Thu 17:15-19:50
Lessons:
42
Come and learn English and improve your vocabulary, fluency and the grammar you need to communicate. Chat with your classmates about topical issues, as you discuss texts and film clips. You learn how to extend your conversations and be a more active and confident speaker. We offer a fun and interesting course that will build on your language skills. There will be some homework.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.
Intermediate level 5: B2

Everyday English 5 (B2) - intensive

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue + Thu 9:30-12:35
Teacher:
TESOL, PhD Stuart Wright
Price:
kr. 6750 (kr. 6150)
Class no.:
3025-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 08.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
503
Time:
Tue + Thu 9:30-12:35
Lessons:
100
Learn to communicate and understand general English. Develop your fluency and confidence in using English in everyday situations. You will take part in topical discussions on working life or study and express your views on current events.
The teacher will help you to correct your English in a fun and relaxed environment. This course covers the full upper-intermediate level based on selected topics from the course book.
The book contains a DVD and an online code with access to extra practice materials related to all the units in the book and gives you the opportunity to extend and continue your learning after the lesson. Written assignments will be set for homework.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Navigate: Upper-Intermediate B2: Coursebook with DVD and Online Skills, 2015 (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194566759.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
No lesson on 25/5.
8-16 students.

Conversation & Writing 5 (B2)

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue 17:00-19:35
Teacher:
MA Lakambini Sitoy
Price:
kr. 3900 (kr. 3600)
Class no.:
3026-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 13.06.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
121
Time:
Tue 17:00-19:35
Lessons:
48
Learn English while using it in conversation and writing. You discuss a variety of topics based on current events and your experiences. You also improve your grammar and receive personal feedback on three written assignments, such as personal emails and social media updates.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Q Skills for Success Reading and Writing 4 Student Book with Online Practice, 2015 (Oxford University Press). ISBN 9780194756259.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
7-14 students.

Conversation & Writing for Fluency 5/6 (B2/C1)

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue 17:15-19:50
Teacher:
CELTA Diana Elvie Christensen
Price:
kr. 3675 (kr. 3385)
Class no.:
3032-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 13.06.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
120
Time:
Tue 17:15-19:50
Lessons:
48
Develop your speaking and writing skills for a variety of situations and purposes ranging from casual communication to more formal modes of communication. We will discuss a variety of topics based on current events to promote discussion and writing. We will also work on grammar as needed and there will be reading and three writing assignments set for homework.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
8-16 students.
Advanced level 6-7: C1 / C2

Advanced Conversation & Writing 6 (C1)

Start: Friday 24 February
Fri 9:30-12:05
Teacher:
TESOL, PhD Stuart Wright
Price:
kr. 3325 (kr. 3075)
Class no.:
3036-17
Period:
24.02.2017 to 16.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
507
Time:
Fri 9:30-12:05
Lessons:
42
Come and fine-tune your English speaking and writing skills by discussing thought-provoking, contemporary issues and news stories taken from leading current affairs publications supplemented by YouTube excerpts to inspire debate. We will work in a relaxed and fun atmosphere and concentrate on increasing your vocabulary and knowledge of English expressions as well as improve your grammar where necessary. Additionally, you will be expected to complete three writing assignments for which you will receive personal feedback from your teacher.
This course requires a confirmed start level of C1 so we recommend that you take our online test to find your level.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
8-16 students.

Academic Writing 6 (C1)

Start: Thursday 23 February
Thu 17:00-19:35
Teacher:
MA Lakambini Sitoy
Price:
kr. 3070 (kr. 2910)
Class no.:
3038-17
Period:
23.02.2017 to 27.04.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
500
Time:
Thu 17:00-19:35
Lessons:
27
Sharpen your written English skills in a small class setting. You practise writing coherent and informative texts while improving your grammar, building a wider vocabulary and strengthening your editing abilities. You learn various types of academic writing, such as argumentative, classification and summary-response essays. You receive an assessment of your previous writing, and feedback on the writing you produce during the course. You have the opportunity to demonstrate your presentation skills. Written assignments will be given for homework.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.
Preparatory classes for IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge exams

Cambridge General English - crash course 5 (B2)

Start: Friday 7 April
Fri 9:30-13:00
Teacher:
BA Renee Rutgrink Petersen
Price:
kr. 2635 (kr. 2470)
Class no.:
3030-17
Period:
07.04.2017 to 09.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
502
Time:
Fri 9:30-13:00
Lessons:
28
Would you like to feel more confident when using English? You expand the reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities needed for a variety of social, business and academic contexts. Also, you gain fundamental language skills that improve your work performance, including business email writing and more sophisticated conversation. This course covers exam practice and time management to help you be successful on the Cambridge English, First Certificate examination (FCE).
You receive personal feedback on your work and advice on how to prepare for the FCE examination.
Note that enrollment in this course enables you to receive 10% discount on the Cambridge exam fee.
Possible exam date 10/6.
You interact extensively with other students and prepare assigned homework.
Course material is included in the price and will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle.
Please complete our free online English test to ensure your level is suitable for the course: http://www.studieskolen.dk/en/languages/gratis-sprogtest
No lesson on 26/5.
7-14 students.

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) 6 C1

Start: Wednesday 22 February
Wed 9:30-13:00
Teacher:
TESOL, PhD Stuart Wright
Price:
kr. 3900 (kr. 3850)
Class no.:
3040-17
Period:
22.02.2017 to 24.05.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
501
Time:
Wed 9:30-13:00
Lessons:
52
Need to pass the Cambridge English Advanced exam (CAE) or want to improve your already solid English? The CAE course familiarises you with the different exam parts as and improves your skills, so you can use English at a high level on a daily basis. Possible exam date 27/5.
Note that enrollment in this course enables you to receive 10% discount on the Cambridge exam fee.You receive personal feedback on your work and advice on how to maximise your score on the exam.
The course encourages interaction between students and requires a significant amount of homework.
Please complete our free online English test to ensure your level is suitable for the course: http://www.studieskolen.dk/en/languages/gratis-sprogtest
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Compact Advanced, Student's Book Without Answers with CD-ROM, 2nd edition (Cambridge University Press). ISBN 9781107418080.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
7-14 students.

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) - crash course 6 C1

Start: Wednesday 29 March
Wed 17:30-21:00
Teacher:
MA TESOL Omeed Rameen Aminian
Price:
kr. 3795 (kr. 3520)
Class no.:
3041-17
Period:
29.03.2017 to 14.06.2017
Location:
Borgergade 14, 1st floor
Room:
133
Time:
Wed 17:30-21:00
Lessons:
46
Need to pass the Cambridge English Advanced exam (CAE)? This CAE crash course familiarises you with the four different parts of the exam, Reading & Use of English, Writing, Listening and Speaking. You receive personal feedback on your work and advice on how to maximise your score on the exam. The course encourages interaction between students and requires a significant amount of homework.
Please complete our free online English test to ensure your level is suitable for the course: http://www.studieskolen.dk/en/languages/gratis-sprogtest
Course material is included in the price and will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle.
Note that enrollment in this course enables you to receive 10% discount on the Cambridge exam fee.
Possible exam date 17/6.
7-14 students.

Cambridge English: Proficiency 7 (CPE) C2

Start: Wednesday 1 March
Wed 17:00-20:30
Teacher:
MA Lakambini Sitoy
Price:
kr. 4700 (kr. 4410)
Class no.:
3042-17
Period:
01.03.2017 to 24.05.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
121
Time:
Wed 17:00-20:30
Lessons:
48
Need to pass the Cambridge English: Proficiency Examination (CPE), or interested in honing your English skills? This course will help you develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills and increase your understanding of advanced English grammar. In addition, you will improve your overall English abilities in order to be successful in social, business and academic contexts. You will receive personal feedback on your work and advice on how to maximise your score on the exam.
You will interact extensively with other students and prepare a significant amount of material.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Cambridge English: Proficiency, Masterclass Student's Book (Cambridge University Press) 2012. ISBN 9780194705240.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' store in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
Note that enrollment in this course enables you to receive 10% discount on the Cambridge exam fee. Possible exam date 26/5.
Please complete our free online English test to ensure your level is suitable for the course: http://www.studieskolen.dk/en/languages/gratis-sprogtest
6-12 students.

IELTS Academic - Move up to IELTS 4 (B1+) - Intensive

Start: Wednesday 29 March
Wed 10:00-14:25
Teacher:
CELTA Mavis Graham
Price:
kr. 2940 (kr. 2760)
Class no.:
3045-17
Period:
29.03.2017 to 10.05.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
500
Time:
Wed 10:00-14:25
Lessons:
30
Are you planning to take the IELTS test in the near future, but are you not yet at the required level? This course will help you to brush up on the skills you already have and move up to the next level by focusing on reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar and academic vocabulary. Mock exams and personal feedback will be included.
After completing this course it would be advisable to enrol on the IELTS Academic 5/6 Exam Preparation course, which will prepare you further for your exam day.
Homework is encouraged as it will assist your learning ability.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: Cambridge English Complete IELTS Student's Book with CD (Cambridge University Press), 2012. ISBN 9780521179492.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' shop in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A, 1353 København K, or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
7-14 students.

IELTS Academic Exam Preparation 5/6 (B2/C1)

Start: Monday 20 February
Mon 17:30-21:00
Teacher:
CELTA Mavis Graham
Price:
kr. 3295 (kr. 3150)
Class no.:
3046-17
Period:
20.02.2017 to 27.03.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
500
Time:
Mon 17:30-21:00
Lessons:
24
Note! This course requires a confirmed start level of B2.
If you are about to take the IELTS test, then this is the course for you. We will focus on the essentials of the exam and take an in-depth look at the four parts: reading, writing, listening and speaking. You will learn what to expect, how to proceed, and receive many other useful tips. The opportunity to practise all the skills in class and receive personal feedback will be attainable through mock exams and you will continue to have access to invaluable course materials, videos and links after the course has ended.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: IELTS Testbuilder 2, Student's Book with CD (Macmillan Education). ISBN 9780230028852.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' shop in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A,
1353 København K, or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
5-10 students.

IELTS Academic Exam Preparation 5/6 (B2/C1)

Start: Monday 24 April
Mon 17:30-21:00
Teacher:
CELTA Mavis Graham
Price:
kr. 3295 (kr. 3150)
Class no.:
3047-17
Period:
24.04.2017 to 29.05.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
123
Time:
Mon 17:30-21:00
Lessons:
24
Note! This course requires a confirmed start level of B2.
If you are about to take the IELTS test, then this is the course for you. We will focus on the essentials of the exam and take an in-depth look at the four parts: reading, writing, listening and speaking. You will learn what to expect, how to proceed, and receive many other useful tips. The opportunity to practise all the skills in class and receive personal feedback will be attainable through mock exams and you will continue to have access to invaluable course materials, videos and links after the course has ended.
We recommend that you buy the book before the course starts.
Book: IELTS Testbuilder 2, Student's Book with CD (Macmillan Education). ISBN 9780230028852.
You can buy the book in the 'Academic Books' shop in Øster Farimagsgade 5 A
1353 København K, or on the website: www.academicbooks.dk.
5-10 students.

TOEFL iBT Crash Course 5 (B2)

Start: Friday 3 February
Fri 9:00-13:25
Teacher:
BA Michelle Pøhls
Price:
kr. 2425 (kr. 2335)
Class no.:
3050-17
Period:
03.02.2017 to 24.02.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 2nd floor
Room:
207
Time:
Fri 9:00-13:25
Lessons:
15
This course requires a confirmed start level of B2.
Planning to take the TOEFL iBT exam? This intensive course provides strategies to be successful on all four modules of the exam; speaking, reading, writing and listening.
The course will use some of the material from a course book which includes seven practice tests and can also be used for self-study outside of class. In addition, you will have the chance to develop essential vocabulary and grammar skills. By practising each area of the exam you can quickly focus on the areas you need to improve and develop a study plan based on your individual strengths and weaknesses.
Homework is an important part of this course. You are expected to have access to an electronic device that can record speaking exercises. You will be asked to complete a diagnostic test prior to the course start in order for the teacher to tailor-make the course content.
The course book will be provided and is included in the course price.
7-14 students.

TOEFL iBT Crash Course 5 (B2)

Start: Friday 10 March
Fri 9:00-13:25
Teacher:
BA Michelle Pøhls
Price:
kr. 2755 (kr. 2650)
Class no.:
3051-17
Period:
10.03.2017 to 24.03.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 2nd floor
Room:
207
Time:
Fri 9:00-13:25
Lessons:
15
This course requires a confirmed start level of B2.
Planning to take the TOEFL iBT exam? This intensive course provides strategies to be successful on all four modules of the exam; speaking, reading, writing and listening.
The course will use some of the material from a course book which includes seven practice tests and can also be used for self-study outside of class. In addition, you will have the chance to develop essential vocabulary and grammar skills. By practising each area of the exam you can quickly focus on the areas you need to improve and develop a study plan based on your individual strengths and weaknesses.
Homework is an important part of this course. You are expected to have access to an electronic device that can record speaking exercises. You will be asked to complete a diagnostic test prior to the course start in order for the teacher to tailor-make the course content.
The course book will be provided and is included in the course price.
6-12 students.

TOEFL iBT Crash Course 5 (B2)

Start: Friday 31 March
Wed + Fri 9:00-13:25
Teacher:
BA Michelle Pøhls
Price:
kr. 2755 (kr. 2665)
Class no.:
3052-17
Period:
31.03.2017 to 07.04.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 2nd floor
Room:
207
Time:
Wed + Fri 9:00-13:25
Lessons:
15
This course requires a confirmed start level of B2.
Planning to take the TOEFL iBT exam? This intensive two weeks course provides strategies to be successful on all four modules of the exam; speaking, reading, writing and listening.
The course will use some of the material from a course book which includes seven practice tests and can also be used for self-study outside of class. In addition, you will have the chance to develop essential vocabulary and grammar skills. By practising each area of the exam you can quickly focus on the areas you need to improve and develop a study plan based on your individual strengths and weaknesses.
Homework is an important part of this course. You are expected to have access to an electronic device that can record speaking exercises. You will be asked to complete a diagnostic test prior to the course start in order for the teacher to tailor-make the course content.
The course book will be provided and is included in the course price.
There will be classes on following days:
Friday 31/3
Wednesday 5/4
Friday 7/4
6-12 students.
Business English

Business English 6 (C1)

Start: Tuesday 21 February
Tue 18:15-20:50
Teacher:
MA Stanley Bento
Price:
kr. 2465 (kr. 2340)
Class no.:
3027-17
Period:
21.02.2017 to 04.04.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
501
Time:
Tue 18:15-20:50
Lessons:
21
Feel confident in the workplace by developing your language skills to achieve advanced, professional business English. You will learn how to present yourself and your company professionally and talk about your experiences and your skills. The course will focus on the language needed in specific business settings such as socialising and small talk, giving presentations, negotiations and discussions. Varied group/pair exercises will train the four language skills, i.e. speaking, reading, writing and listening and an emphasis will be put on expanding your active vocabulary.
We will cover the writing of emails so you will be able to write professional, error-free emails and we will also address any major grammatical errors. This course also prepares you for the Cambridge English exam BEC Higher (Business English Certificate). Possible exam date 13/5.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.

English at Work 5 (B2)

Start: Monday 20 February
Mon 18:15-20:50
Teacher:
TESOL Benjamin Galvin
Price:
kr. 2945 (kr. 2785)
Class no.:
3028-17
Period:
20.02.2017 to 01.05.2017
Location:
Borgergade 12, 1st floor
Room:
114
Time:
Mon 18:15-20:50
Lessons:
27
If you work, or plan to work, in an international environment and need to improve your English, this course will help you. We will provide practice in dealing with real life situations of using English at work, such as: writing emails, making telephone calls, formal and informal writing, meetings and business related vocabulary.
You will develop your skills in a relaxed and friendly environment, to help you be confident in using English in the workplace.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.

Business English - Presentation Skills 5/6 (B2/C1)

Start: Tuesday 25 April
Tue 18:15-20:50
Teacher:
MA Stanley Bento
Price:
kr. 2465 (kr. 2340)
Class no.:
3029-17
Period:
25.04.2017 to 06.06.2017
Location:
Gothersgade 14, 5th floor
Room:
501
Time:
Tue 18:15-20:50
Lessons:
21
Feel confident in the workplace by developing your presentation skills to achieve, professional business English.
You will learn how to present yourself and your company professionally and talk about your experiences and your skills.
The course will focus on the language needed in specific business settings such as socialising and small talk, giving presentations, negotiations and discussions. Varied group/pair exercises will train the four language skills, i.e. speaking, reading, writing and listening. Added emphasis will be put on expanding your active vocabulary and developing a clear and coherent structure. We will cover the writing of emails so you will be able to write professional, clear emails. Major grammatical errors will also be addressed.
Course material will be handed out in class or provided electronically via our learning platform Moodle and is included in the price.
6-12 students.
Read about your English teachers!
Mavis Graham


Mavis Graham is a CELTA qualified teacher. She has Jamaican roots but was born and raised in England and moved to Denmark in 2003. Mavis has a bubbly personality and believes that lessons should be “fun, funny and informative!”

Mavis recommends:
Places to visit in England:
The Cotswolds, Devon and Cornwall – for a beautiful coastline, countryside, villages and many other attractions.
Food: Go to a tea room in a village, in any tourist area, and have scones with clotted cream and jam. Yummy!  Fish and chips (with salt and vinegar), from a good fish 'n' chips shop, is a 'must try' and can be bought almost anywhere in England. Enjoy!

Learning Tips:
Read English books that have CDs so that you can listen while you read for correct pronunciation.
Watch lots of English films and only use subtitles in English, if needed.
Try to use new words and phrases that you learn, as much as possible.  Remember - ‘use it or lose it'!

Stuart Wright

Stuart Wrig is English from just outside London. He has a Bachelor from Bournemouth University, A Master’s from Roskilde University and a PhD from Copenhagen University. He also has a TESOL English teacher’s qualification. He teaches all levels of English from beginner to advanced as well as business English at various companies in and around Copenhagen. What he most likes about teaching English is helping people achieve their goals. He ended up in Denmark thanks to a Danish girl!

Stuart recommends:
Food and drink:
It has to be fish and chips washed down with a pint of cider!
Learning tips: Work hard! ;-)
Places to visit: In Denmark – Louisiana
In the UK – Bath, a beautiful city and of course London!
Cultural events: Glastonbury Festival in the south
Literature: Usually American literature. Anything by Cormac McCarthy. Also Tom Wolfe, Brett Easton Ellis.
Diana E. Christensen

Diana E. Christensen is a CELTA qualified teacher with a sound knowledge of Business English. She was born in Jamaica and later relocated to the U.S.A. She has lived in Denmark since 1990.
"What I love about teaching English is that I enjoy being a mentor, a motivator and the biggest cheerleader for my students. I believe that every student has potential and my job is to exploit that potential in a stimulating, creative and fun environment".
 
Diana recommends:
Food and drink:
Chill out at Rick's cafe in Negril, Jamaica with a Pina Colada spiked with Jamaican rum or a cool Red Stripe beer and some seafood!
Places to visit: Jamaica - Reach Falls, Port Antonio; Negril Beach (7 miles/11km of pure white sand bordering turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea!)
U.S.A. - Yosemite National Park, California(see the sequoia trees); Nappa Valley, California.
Cultural events: Classical music concerts in Central park and Rock music concerts on Jones Beach,New York, July and August
Learning tips: Read a good book every 3 months and a well written newspaper like the Guardian/U.S.A Today
every day.
Literature: My all time favourite is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. There is nothing like an intellectual fight between a man and a woman!


Christopher Smith
Christopher Smith

Chris is originally from Yorkshire in Northern England and proud of it! Before becoming an English teacher, Chris spent almost 10 years working in the Telecommunications industry in London, working primarily in Security and Risk Management. He is a qualified engineer and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Disaster, Crisis & Risk Management. Chris is a qualified English TESOL teacher and teaches both general and business English at all levels. Chris is passionate about his job and this is reflected in his teaching. He thrives on helping students achieve their goals and loves seeing their English improve as he teaches.

Chris says…..
"Forget London (everyone goes there!), visit the city of York. It's stunning and full of amazing history, architecture, and character and there is a wealth of activities to do and see.  While you're there, hire a car or get the train and visit the Yorkshire Dales or the Lake District – see real England!
Eat Fish & Chips with mushy peas and drink a pint of ale (preferably a pint of Timothy Taylors!) in a local country pub.
Learning tips - Use the BBC online website to practice reading and listening to English. The daily one minute World News is excellent. Listen to English radio online whilst travelling, it's free learning! And don't be scared of making mistakes, it's part of learning and developing your language skills.
Finally – I love teaching English, I hope you enjoy learning it!"

Omeed Aminian

Omeed comes from the Pacific Northwest of the United States. After receiving a bachelor degree from Seattle University, he studied his MA TESOL at the University of Washington. Since then he has been working at various universities and language schools in the US and around the world. In Denmark he teaches everything from conversational English to tailor-made one-to-one courses. Omeed loves finding what drives his students and working with them to achieve their goals in a fun and relaxed classroom environment.

Recommendations:
Places to visit: Check out the city of Seattle, Washington. There are music venues, fish markets, towering mountains on the horizon, and so much good food.
Food and drink: In Seattle get yourself some fresh, local grilled salmon and a microbrew or a Northwest wine to top it off.
Learning tips: Find a topic that you’re already passionate about and learn English through related material. It’s about creating interesting opportunities to practice your language skills.
Literature: I enjoyed reading the last 3 Jeffrey Eugenides novels. I also like foreign language authors, like Roberto Bolaño, translated into English.

Stanley Bento
Stan is from Sacramento, California in the USA. He has a MA from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) and has taught TEFOL in Portugal and Denmark. He has also worked with teaching newly arrived immigrants in Los Angeles and Sacramento. He has extensive experience in teaching both business English and general English at all levels in many of the largest companies in Denmark. He finds in very exciting and fulfilling to help students improve their abilities to communicate in English on a global stage. As is often the case, he came to Denmark because of a Danish girl.

Recommendations:
Food and drink: Red wine and fried chicken
Learning tips: Be patient and study your verb tenses
Places to visit: Ribe in Denmark and the San Francisco area

Literature: A great fan of historical novels and science fiction.

Auricia Tama-Sweet

Auricia Tama-Sweet has a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a master’s degree in Teaching. She lived in various states in America before deciding to blend her passion for travel and learning by teaching overseas. Auricia has taught in China, Guatemala, and Denmark. Having studied foreign languages herself, she knows how important it is to create a relaxing and supportive learning environment where each student can have fun and succeed!
 
Auricia recommends:
Places to visit in Oregon:
If you find yourself in America, make your way to southern Oregon and the wonderful town of Ashland. Nestled in the valley of Mt. Ashland and about a one and a half hour’s drive from the Pacific Coast, it is an ideal setting for a variety of outdoor recreation activities like fishing, hiking, camping, river rafting, and wine tasting.
Culture in Oregon: See a play at the world renowned Shakespeare Festival or eat a picnic while watching live music at the Britt Festival in nearby Jacksonville.
Food and drink in Oregon: There are an abundance of farmer's markets and restaurants that use local produce in their menus. Try the Standing Stone Brewery for fantastic local brews and stone baked pizza. If you are a cheese lover, head to Central Point and the Award Winning Rogue Creamery. Vineyards sprinkle the whole region, so make a day of it and do a wine tasting tour - a great way to experience the beauty of the valley.
Literature: Everything Barbara Kingsolver has ever written, especially her book Small Wonder: Essays. Another way to find interesting and relevant English reading is to browse the New York Times International, which you can access through the internet for free. Nicholas Kristoff has an excellent blog that often reflects on contemporary issues in insightful and amusing ways.

Lakambini Sitoy

Lakambini, or Bing, has published a novel and two collections of short stories and has won fellowships and awards for her literary work. She holds an MA from Roskilde University in English Studies/ Cultural and Language Encounters, and has worked as a lifestyle and opinion editor, a newspaper columnist and editorial writer, and a teacher of communication, creative writing and non-fiction.  
Bing loves the energy and connection of teaching, as well as the diversity of Studieskolen’s student population. She values precision in the use of language and enjoys helping students sharpen their writing and speaking skills.

Bing recommends:

Food and drink: Pasta in a sauce of garlic and crab fat, Danish Christmas tea all year round

Learning tips: Read as much as you can -- take out a good old-fashioned, professionally-edited book from bibliotek.dk. Record yourself in monologues or conversations. Look up the meaning of unfamiliar words and expressions.

Places to visit: The Big Island in Hawaii; Santorini on the back of a donkey; anywhere in Iceland

Literature: Julian Barnes, Hilary Mantel, Chandler Burr, Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games), to name a few.

Renée Rutgrink Petersen

Renée is from Perth, Australia. She has a degree in English Literature with Honours and a Law degree from the University of Western Australia, as well as a Post Graduate diploma in film from the Victorian College of the Arts. She has been teaching English at Studieskolen since 2008 and enjoys teaching all levels and skills. She has also taught Legal and Business English to Danish corporate clients. She loves meeting new students and watching them grow and thrive in both their language competency and confidence during their time at Studieskolen.

Renée recommends

Food and drink: Pavlovas - a delicious Australian cake made from meringue.

Learning tips: Keep a vocabulary list, read the Copenhagen Post and consider switching the operating language to English on one of your social media tools.

Places to visit: In Western Australia swim with the dolphins, sail the Swan River, sample Margaret River wines, enjoy the secluded beaches of Rottnest island and visit Little Creatures Brewery in Fremantle.

Literature: Anything by Tim Winton - an award winning West Australian author.

 

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Ben Galvin

Ben is a TESOL qualified teacher with a strong business background gained in the telecoms and insurance industries. He is a qualified telecoms engineer and has worked on some interesting and unusual projects in his telecoms career. Ben is from West Yorkshire in the north of England and is a keen hiker. Living so close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park gave him the chance to walk in some of England’s most beautiful countryside.

Ben moved to Denmark and began teaching a year ago and he really enjoys watching his students develop their English skills and seeing their confidence grow. He loves meeting people from all over the world and learning about different cultures.

 

Ben recommends:

Food & drink – a homemade steak and ale pie and a pint of Black Sheep bitter in a cosy Dales pub, especially good after a long day’s hiking!
Places to visit – The beautiful and historic city of York, the modern and vibrant city of Leeds and the idyllic village of Kettlewell.
Learning tips – Watch English television and listen to English radio, it’s a great way to learn from native speakers. Never be afraid to speak, it doesn’t matter if you make mistakes.

Tara Hogan

Tara is a TEFL qualified teacher and holds a BA in French and Theology. She started teaching Languages whilst at university and often worked as an exam invigilator. Her theological background has given her a great understanding and curiosity for meeting and teaching people from various cultures, professions and traditions. She teaches  all levels in both general and business English. She is also certified in PRINCE2 project management. Tara is from Ireland and has been teaching English in Copenhagen since 2001.

 

“I have a passion for teaching. I love to motivate students to do their best and achieve their goals. Fear holds a lot of people back. Once this is overcome, anything can be achieved.”

 

Tara plays football in Valby, plays guitar and writes poetry in her spare time.

 

Tara recommends
Food and drink -  Seafood is amazing in Ireland. The Galway Oyster and Seafood  festival is well worth a visit. Irish lamb, traditional bread, cheese and anything dairy are also a must.
Learning tips - Music can be a fun way of learning a new language. Listen to songs whilst reading the lyrics or singing along. This is how I improved my Danish pronunciation. Reading a book and discussing it with a friend is also enjoyable and productive.
Places to visit - Connemara, in the west of Ireland. Oscar Wilde referred to it as “A Savage Beauty”
Literature - Poetry, plays and crime novels. What she’d recommend ; The boy in the striped pyjamas ( John Boyne), The Field ( John B Keane), The Lost Symbol ( Dan Brown), The poetry of William Butler Yeats.

Stine Lema
Stine Lema

Stine Lema is a CELTA qualified teacher and holds an MA in Adult education and a BA in Language and Cultural studies. In 2011 Stine came back to Denmark after five years in England where she gained a sound knowledge of British English language and culture. In England she taught English as a second language to immigrants and refugees as a second language and acquired her teaching qualification and experience. She has travelled a lot in South East Asia and has lived in India several times and studied in Australia.

Stine recommends:
Places to visit:
Go to Brighton on the English south coast and take a walk in the north lanes where many interesting shops, cafés and restaurants are available. Go to Eastbourne for the day and take a walk on the beautiful white cliffs of the South Downs, either by the Seven Sisters or Beachy head.
Food: Enjoy a nice pub lunch at the local pub or go out for a beer in the evening. If you are lucky it is ‘jam night’.
Learning tips: watch English speaking television or movies with English subtitles, listen to English speaking radio or music and try to read books, newspapers and magazines in English.
Literature: My all time favorite book is ‘A Fine Balance’ by Rohinton Mistry, set in India and tells a fascinating story about two tailors and their lives.
Michelle Pøhls

Michelle teaches both general and business English classes. She has a BA in English from Black Hills State University in South Dakota. She started her teaching career in China in 1988. Afterwards, she finished her degree and moved to Honduras where she taught at an American International School in the daytime and a business language school in the evenings. After three years of living in the tropics, she and her Danish husband returned to Denmark to raise their children. She has been teaching in Denmark since 1997, but plans to return to the international circuit when her children fly the coop.

What Michelle enjoys most about teaching is learning from her business students about many different aspects in business and from her other students about many different countries and their cultures.

Michelle recommends:

Food and drink: Midwestern American prime rib, medium rare, with an optional glass of Chilean red wine.

Learning tips: Marry a native speaker whose parents don’t speak your language. If that’s not an option, read all forms of publications and listen to podcasts of all levels.

Places to visit: anyplace in the US west of the Great Plains, though not including LA.

Entertainment: the Copenhagen Jazz Festival in July and the Opera in the Park at Rosenborg in August.

Stine Lema

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