Learn Danish while attending an academic or professional educational institution where IA Sprog provides language lessons for students and staff.
IA Sprog has in July formed a partnership with CIP (Centre for Internationalisation and Parallel Language Use) at Copenhagen University on Danish Language Course 3 to University staff and international students.
In addition, for many years we have been teaching Danish courses for international students at CBS (Copenhagen Business School), ITU (IT University of Copenhagen), RDAM (The Royal Danish Academy of Music), Metropolitan University College and AAU CPH (Aalborg University Copenhagen).
The lessons take place at the institution you attend and at times that suit your schedule; the goal is to help you incorporate Danish language lessons into your overall academic activities and your work, if you are employed.
Classes are held once a week, and you are also welcome to participate in workshops on campus. In addition, you will have access to the largest online learning platform in Denmark.
The lessons programme adheres to the goals and structure of Act on Danish Language Courses for adult foreigners and Danish Language Course 3.
The weekly class focuses on verbal communication, pronunciation and grammar. You will quickly acquire basic Danish language skills to navigate at university and at work. Using brief, authentic texts, you will learn about Danish society and culture, including workplace culture. In addition, you will learn how to read and write brief emails.
If you continue on to intermediate/ advanced level, you will receive in-depth lessons in Danish language and society that will allow you to participate in discussions about current events both in person and in writing.
IA Sprog offers free Danish language courses for foreigners – read more about who can attend our free Danish courses.
As a language center we are obliged to charge a deposit – read more and pay deposit here.
Who can attend?Students and employees at institutions served by IA Sprog.
ScheduleOne afternoon or evening per week.
Next class beginsAt the start of the semester (twice a year).
ExamsDanish Language 3; potentially the Higher Danish Education Exam (Studieprøven).