The primary goal for IA Sprog language school is to teach Danish Language Level 1, 2 and 3 as well as Work-related Danish for newcomers in Denmark – the Danish society’s offer of free Danish language courses to foreigners.
Read more about:
➔ Work-related Danish tuition: Beginners course in Danish – for people who have recently arrived in Denmark. The course is aimed at the labour market and covers the basic Danish language needs in a everyday life and the job situation
➔ Danish Language Programme 1: Flexible Danish course for students who cannot read the Latin alphabet or have a short educational background.
➔ Danish Language Programme 2: Danish course for students with shorter educational background.
➔ Danish Language Programme 3: Danish course mainly for students with longer educational background from their home country.
➔ Preparatory Adult Education (FVU) is a free offer for everybody who needs to become better to read and write Danish. FVU-læsning is a good basis if you want to start training for a job
➔ Danish online is a Danish Language Programme 3 offer to students who want to learn Danish but do not have the possibility to attend class
➔ Intensive Danish IA Sprog’s Intensive courses are for those who want to go forward quickly and who are willing to do an effort with homework
➔ Saturday classes are for students who are busy with work or studies during the week. Combine class tuition with self studies
➔ Danish for Scandinavians are special classes for Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic or Finnish students who live and study/work in Copenhagen
Study Danish language day and evening
IA Sprog language school offers classes both during the day and in the evenings. Students attend lessons in a traditional classroom with instruction several times a week. Students can also study online or combine classroom tuition with e-learning
Focus on the student
Much of the training material has been developed by IA Sprog and it is constantly being adapted to meet the students’ needs. A dedicated and well-trained faculty provide an education that is relevant to students in their contact with Danish society.
Who can participate?
If you are more than 18 years old and have a permission to stay in Denmark, you most likely will have the possibility to participate in a free Danish language course. Read more about Free Danish courses – who can participate?
➔ Read about Work-related Danish
➔ Read about Danish Programme 1
➔ Read about Danish Programme 2
➔ Read about Danish Programme 3
➔ FVU-læsning – Read about Preparatory Adult Education
➔ Read about Danish online tuition
➔ Read about Danish intensive courses
➔ Read about Danish Saturday classes
➔ Read about Danish for Scandinavians
➔ Read about conditions – who can participate