What is it like to learn Danish at Studieskolen? Read about our courses, how we teach - and what other students say.
We have asked our teachers to recommend a place i Copenhagen and surroundings, some Danish music or a Danish artist. It could also be a building, an area or a street.
Here you can "meet" your Danish teachers and see what they recommend. Hopefully, you can get some ideas to learning even more about Danish, Danes and Denmark
Andreas is interested in Greenland and the Faroe Islands. They can definitely be explored more, even in Copenhagen.
Anne loves a particularly peaceful place on Frederiksberg – and a particularly thrilling book!
If you have a dog, then Annemette has an especially good tip for you.
Annemette recommends places as well as music - and they both have something to do with nature.
Annemette shows you how to experience both the old and new Copenhagen, and how she likes to have herself a good laugh.
Ask teaches both Danish and Chinese, so here you get recommendations for activities in both languages.
Ásla enjoys living in Copenhagen, and she knows where to find great experiences for little money.
Get recommendations for good places outside Copenhagen - and some really good Danish literature.
Charlotte is particularly fond of Værnedamsvej. Read why.
Christina is fond of the Latin Quarter in Copenhagen - find out why and see what you can do there.
Dennis has clear opinions about the best – and worst – parts of Copenhagen.
Dragana loves to dance and she invites you to join her!
Elena knows a good place to take a date. She also has many good tips for musical experiences.
Elisabeth has a unique relation to her favourite painter – and to the island of Møn.
Frank recommends some classic books about Greenland that are easy to read – and other books too.
Hanna knows a good place near Borgergade – and another one close to Nørreport.
You can learn a lot by reading Danish cookbooks! See Hanne’s recommendations here.
Helle's best tip for a place in Copenhagen is Sundbyvester Plads in Amager.
There are no mountains in Denmark, but Ina knows all the places where you can still see things from a little above.
Irene knows a green oasis with woolly animals, nature and lots of possible activities.
Get tips for good places in the very heart of Copenhagen - but also in Amager.
Jonas recommends some good, classic authors. And a special brown seat in a cinema.
Karen knows a square where you can get free dancing lessons – and lots of other good places.
Karin loves live music and recommends two absolutely unique venues.
Read about a small place on Refshaleøen. It looks like a shed, but it offers much more.
Louise has a great tip for how to easily watch a lot of good films at home - for free.
Get tips for a walk that includes the sea, a beach and some city towers.
Marie recommends a classic Danish album – and a lovely area on Vesterbro.
Merete knows a special place in the middle of the city – and a great route for a longer bike ride.
Mette recommends getting out of the city, perhaps by sailing from Copenhagen to a lovely biking island that used to be Danish.
Michael is fond of Refshaleøen. Read about all the things you can do there.
Michael recommends some Danish books that have inspired him to seek out new experiences.
Michael knows a cinema with a truly unique atmosphere. He also recommends some good music in Danish and a lovely walking route.
Mikael shares his favourite beach with you. It’s lovely all year round!
Mikael recommends a Danish singer who can help you learn Danish.
Niels knows a beatiful place on the North Sea coast – and a lovely garden that he keeps to himself.
Nina has a good tip for a book in Danish – as well as where to sit while you read it!
Oscar recommends both a particularly nice place, a classic author and a park.
Pernille thinks you should get on your bike! Read her recommendations – both within and outside of the city.
Pernille shares a beautiful poem in Danish as well as the many aspects of Copenhagen that she is fond of.
Peter recommends a beautiful music venue and a Danish novel that is over-the-top – and absolutely perfect.
See the city through a historical lens – follow Rasmus’s recommendations and get close to old Copenhagen.
Saman can see the whole world in Copenhagen. Where and how? Read about it here.
Read about the best street in Copenhagen for meeting new people – and a wonderful place in Aarhus.
Sara has a great interest in Danish music. Read here what she recommends.
Sif recommends a trip to Frederiksberg Have - in summer as well as winter.
Signe is fond of the Danish author Karen Blixen as well as the Opera in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is a city of jazz in many ways, according to Signe. Read them here.
Here you get tips for really good places in Nørrebro - and Danish bands that play electronic music.
Tilo recommends a couple of places in Copenhagen that have a relation to Greenland – and the whole wide world.
Trille likes to go outside Copenhagen - read her tips for the best places in Jutland.
Get a really good tip about a Danish musician who writes particularly fine songs.
Vibeke gives you a tip if you want to read modern Danish literature.