How to sign up
It is easy to sign up for at Danish class on our website. Please find the right class, click on 'register' and pay with your credit card.
If you are a beginner, please sign up for a beginners’ course.
If you already speak som Danish, we recommend that you contact our student advisor before you sign up for a Danish course. You can either come to our office, you can call us on tel. 33 18 79 00 or you can write an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can contact the student advisor during opening hours:
The student advisor will talk with you and give you good advice on which course to choose. She might recommend that you take a level test.
If you do not have the opportunity to contact the student advisor, please take our online Danish test. The test result will make it easier for you to decide which course to take.
Click here to take the test.
Course start 2020 - 2021
We start Danish courses eight times a year:
9 November 2020
11 January 2021
22 February 2021
12 April 2021
25 May 2021
5 July 2021
16 August 2021
27 September 2021
15 November 2021
FAQ - typical questions and answers about our Danish classes
To get the most out of our courses, we recommend that:
- you have 12 years of education
- you have taken, are in the process of or planning to take further education
- you have learned a foreign language other than your native language
- you can speak English
- you are good at grammar, e.g. you can analyze a sentence
If the course level is wrong for you, your teacher can move you to the right level during the first week of the course.
If you want to cancel your registration you can get your money back until one week before your course starts (minus a fee of DKK 100). After this date your enrolment is binding whether you attend class or not.
You do not have to pay a deposit at Studieskolen.
Studieskolen’s Danish courses are private, so they are not regulated by the municipality's voucher system. You can spend as long as you want to learning Danish at Studieskolen.
You cannot take a module test at Studieskolen, but we will test your Danish level after each course so you are sure that you are ready for the next level.
If you need a certificate, we will issue a course certificate.
When you are ready to take a Danish Exam 3 or the Higher Education Exam, we will help you register for the exam at a Sprogcenter. Please note that you have to pay a fee to take a Danish exam.
Most of our classes take place at Studieskolen in Borgergade and Gothersgade. Some classes are held in nearby locations at Vognmagergade. Our administration is located on the ground floor at Borgergade 12.
You can see where your lessons will be held on the website in your course description.
Click here to see the locations and how to find them.
Here you can see when Studieskolen's Danish department is closed for holidays.
Autumn holidays 12 - 18 October - there are no classes. The office is closed 15 -18 October.
Christmas holidays 21 December - 3 January - there are no classes.
Easter holidays 29 March - 5 April - there are no classes.
Great Prayer Day 30 April - there are no classes and the office is closed.
Ascension Day 13 - 14 May - there are no classes and the office is closed.
Pentecoste 24 May - there are no classes and the office is closed.
Constitution day 5 June 2020 - there are no classes and the office is closed.
Moodle is the learning platform, used in Studieskolen, in which the teacher can communicate with the participants in a course and upload different materials.
1. How to log in
You can log in by clicking here, by typing https://moodle.studieskolen.dk, or, by clicking on “Studentlogin” in the footer of our website.
2. If you are a new user
Log in by using this information:
Username: your e-mail address (the one you provided us when registering)
Password: You have received an email with a password from Studieskolen.
The first time you log in to Moodle you must change the password to one of your own choice.
3. You have been attending a course in Studieskolen before with access to Moodle
Log in by using this information:
Username: your e-mail address or your 5-digit participant number.
Password: The one you created the first time you logged on.
If you have previously taken a course at Studieskolen, you will not receive a new password.
4. Where to find your course
When you have logged in, click on your course number and you will see your present course. You can find material from earlier courses (only for the previous year) under “Archives”.
5. If you have forgotten your password
Please click on “Forgotten your username or password” from the log in window. We will send a new password to your email address.