Danish for international students

Danish for international students

Danish for international students

Danish for international students

We offer a Danish language course for international students and employees at DTU. The Danish course takes place at DTU Ballerup Campus.

The course is free of charge.

How is it organized?

Classes take place twice a week. You can choose between morning and evening classes. Every week we offer a first and a second class. The first class is held on Mondays and Tuesdays and the second class is held on Wednesdays and Thursdays. You are free to combine the days to fit your schedule but keep in mind that it is important, that you attend both the first and second class every week.

We intent to be flexible, but make reservations that there may be too few registrations for us to offer classes all four days – morning and evening.

Free sandwich

If you attend an evening class, we provide you with a sandwich to make it easier for you not to miss supper.

1. class (morning)

9:00-11:30: Monday and Tuesday

2. class (morning)

9:00-11:30: Wednesday and Thursday

1. class (evening)

18:30-21:00: Monday and Tuesday

2. class (evening)

18:30-21:00: Wednesday and Thursday

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Why learn Danish as an international student?

– You never know what happens. Most students staying in Denmark had other plans to begin with. Learning Danish gives you the option to stay, if you e.g. find a job here.

– If you do not start learning Danish immediately after coming to Denmark you run the risk of losing your right to free Danish classes. The program has a time limit.

– It is actually fun to learn Danish. You will meet other international students, and soon you will be able to understand more of what is going on in your local community.

The Danish Language Course

The course “Danish for international students” follows the official Danish Language Education Program called “The Danish language Course”. We offer university students and employees Danish lessons at the highest level (DU3). The exam (PD3) is useful if you wish to apply for a permanent residence permit, citizenship, or if you need to document your language skills e.g. applying for a job.