As the largest language centre in north of Copenhagen, we are working with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) to create intensive Danish language courses aimed at foreign students, researchers and spouses at DTU.
About the course
We will start with the basic Danish phrases that you can use in your everyday life at DTU. Our capable and experienced teachers focus on verbal skills and Danish pronunciation, which will enable you to speak Danish quickly. Our training is effective and inspirational and it takes place at DTU campus in Lyngby, which makes it easy for you to participate.
If you are a beginner, you will start in Danish Education 3, module 1. We offer module 1 to 5 at DTU and you may conclude Danish Education 3 with the official exam “Prøve i Dansk 3”. See illustration here.
You can start your course if you are at least 18 years of age and have a Danish civil registration number (CPR).
We need a referral letter from the municipality you live in.
You must pay a tuition fee (DKK 2.000 per module) and a deposit (DKK 1.250) before you can start the course. The deposit may be reimbursed to you, when you complete the module that you are referred to.
You are entitled to Danish education under the conditions of the “klippekort” (a time-unit system). This means that you have a limited time period to complete your modules and Danish education.
Danish for Scandinavians at DTU:
We offer a special Danish language course for Swedes, Norwegians and Icelanders, who have some knowledge of Danish. This includes a combination of classroom training and online classes.
Time and place
The courses are held at DTU
Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays 17.30 to 19.45.
We offer classes at all levels.
Next course for beginners starts in January 2019.
Danish for Scandinavians:
Contact and enrolment
If you have any questions about our Danish language courses at DTU, please contact a DTU coordinator at email@example.com. You can also visit our DTU coordinator in person during the semester. She will be at DTU every Monday from 2.15 to 5 pm, in the International Office in building 101 (from mid August to mid December and mid January to end of May)