The course is designed for native speakers of Swedish or Norwegian enrolled in university level education who want a Danish language course tailored to their specific needs.
Norwegians and Swedes sometimes face language-related challenges that may create barriers at work or at university. Those barriers are addressed in this course.
In the Danish for Scandinavians course, we focus on pronunciation, conversation and the differences between Danish and Norwegian or Danish and Swedish in the areas of grammar and sound. You will learn how to write Danish, enabling you to compose anything from emails to brief essays on current events.
We pay special attention to verbal communication in the classroom.
Classroom lessons are offered one evening a week, and you may also participate in a weekly online workshop. The lessons are geared at a high level in line with your existing linguistic skills, and you will experience rapid progress in your Danish skills.
As a student enrolled at IA Sprog you may supplement your attendance in class by practicing online at any time – even on your phone while commuting. Our online learning platform offers lots of interactive exercises in grammar, pronunciation, reading and listening comprehension. In addition, the online platform enables you to get feedback on your written assignments.
Outside the classroom, you are welcome to use our IT labs. Wi-Fi is free throughout the premises.
In order to sign up for the course, you must have a Danish government-issued CPR number and reside or work in Denmark. The municipality in which you live must approve your attendance.
IA Sprog offers free Danish language courses for foreigners. Read more about who can attend our free Danish courses.
Who can attend?Speakers of Swedish or Norwegian who have completed some university level education.
ScheduleOnce a week, 17:30 - 21:00 in class. Furthermore, the possibility of individual help online once a week.
Next class beginsBeginners' classes start five time a year. Next round of classes start January 17, 2017. Continuing classes start in January with enrollment running until March 1; and in August with enrollment until September 1.
ExamsBeginners' classes end with a test. Continuing classes conclude with Danish Language Exam 3; potentially followed by the national Higher Danish Education Exam (Studieprøven). (Preparatory classes for the latter take place in the regular mixed classes.)
LocationIA Sprog, 11 Vibevej
Copenhagen 2400 NV