IA Sprog conducts Danish language exams to match each of the Danish Language courses described above (Danish Language Course 1, Danish Language Course 2 and Danish Language Course 3). Passing these exams demonstrates that you are able to navigate in Danish society and meet the requirements for speaking and understanding Danish in the workplace.
Passing the Danish Language Exam 1, 2, or 3 entitles you to apply for various educational and/or academic programs in Denmark. A passing grade on certain of the exams entitles you to apply for a residency permit or for citizenship. Ask our counsellors to guide you when you register to make sure you are enroling in the course that is right for you.
IA Sprog also conducts a qualifying exam known as Studieprøven (the Higher Danish Education Exam).
Registering for an exam.
Anyone who is enrolled at IA Sprog may register through a counsellor to take Danish Language Exam 1, 2, 3 or Studieprøven. Others may apply to take the exams by contacting IA Sprog (a fee applies).
The exams are conducted according to Danish law.
IA Sprog offers language lessons geared toward the graduation exam Studieprøven. It is designed for foreigners who want to apply for admission to academic programs or further improve their Danish language skills beyond Course 3.
Purpose of the Higher Danish Education Exam
Passing Studieprøven is a prerequisite for admission to many university level educational programs in Denmark. That means the lessons are geared toward building the Danish language skills required for completing an academic program. The goal is to equip you for reasoning, assessing and participating in discussions at an advanced level on the basis of insight into relevant cultural and social factors in Denmark.
You will be working with authentic, current texts dealing with social conditions in Denmark. In addition, the lessons are designed to prepare you for the exam. The exam includes segments for verbal communication, reading, writing and listening comprehension.
Requirements for admission to the class
Getting into the Graduation Exam class without an entrance exam requires that you passed Course 3 with a minimum set of grades of 10, 10 and 10. To take the entrance exam, you must have passed with minimum grades of 7, 7 and 7.
Graduation Exam Program January – June 2017
Entrance exam Monday, January 2, 2017 at 5 pm
Lessons Mondays and Wednesdays 5-8:30 pm, starting Monday, January 2, 2017
Register by sending an email to John Niewold: firstname.lastname@example.org