As an international student at University College Copenhagen, you are invited to attend Danish language classes on campus by IA Sprog.
In the classroom, we combine Danish language instruction with insight into Danish culture, thereby enhancing your opportunities in relation to studies, work and leisure time in Denmark. The Danish classes also provide you with the opportunity to meet and socialize with other international students from different programs.
Our program at University College Copenhagen is designed for busy international students, offering classroom instruction in a nice study environment once a week on campus combined with 24-7 access to IA’s online learning platform.
Spring Semester Courses 2020:
In the spring semester of 2020, the Danish language course is divided in two parts, thereby offering you short and fast Danish courses aimed at preparing you for everyday life in Denmark, for social encounters with your fellow Danish students and for your Danish internship or student job. This also give you the possibility to continue learning Danish for your whole period at University College Copenhagen.
Course start and period:
- Level 1A (A1.1): Week 9 – 14
- Level 1B (A1.2): Week 16 – 21
Time: Wednesday, 16:30 – 19.00
Place: University College Copenhagen, Campus Carlsberg
- Level 1A (A1.1): 800 DKK
- Level 1B (A1.2): 800 DKK
- Level 1A (A1.1): February 14, 2020
- Level 1B (A1.2): March 27, 2020
We are flexible, so if you miss a deadline, just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is not binding before payment of the course fee has been made. You will receive information about payment prior to the start of your course.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and will depend on space available. For each course, a minimum number of participants is required. IA Sprog reserves the right to cancel a course, if this minimum is not reached.
Questions? Please send an e-mail to email@example.com
Hope you will enjoy building your Danish language skills while learning more about Danish culture.