Summer course in Danish
Our intensive Danish language summer courses are for you, who want to spend 2 or 3 weeks of your summer to improve your Danish considerably.
You must be over the age of 18 to participate in the course.
We offer Danish Education 3, module 1 – 4 (see model)
What do you learn?
The Danish language summer courses are part of the officiel Danish Education system (see model).
If you are a beginner (module 1 or 2), you can either finish your current module in 2 weeks, or you can complete an entire module in 3 weeks.
If you are an advanced student (module 3 or 4), you can complete the first or last part of the module in 2 weeks.
To complete a module you must sit for a module exam. If you participate in the first part of a module, you can continue the module from August.
Extent of the course
the course takes place every day, Monday to Friday. It is an intensive course that requires every day attendance. In addition to the classroom sessions, you can attend an informal and interesting weekly excursion such as a canal tour in Copenhagen, a visit to Christiania or the like. Participation in the excursions is optional.
Module 3.1 & 3.2 start: 1 – 19 July 2019 (3 weeks/60 lessons)
Module 3.1 & 3.2 continuation: 1 – 12 July 2019 (2 weeks/40 lessons)
Module 3.3 & 3.4 start or continuation: 1 – 12 July 2019 (2 weeks/40 lessons)
Mondays – Fridays: 9 – 12.15 + an optional weekly excursion
If you are entitled to Danish Education the courses cost DKK 2.000 per module + a one-off deposit of DKK 1.250
If you are not entitled to Danish Education the courses cost DKK 3.995 for 2 weeks and DKK 4.995 for 3 weeks. Excursions are includedin the price.
Rules relating to Danish language courses
You are required to complete your Danish language course within the deadlines of a so-called klippekort (a voucher system). This means, for example, that you have set deadlines to complete the individual modules of your course and the course in its entirety:
– If you are a self-supporting student (incl. an au pair), the general rule is that you must complete your Danish language course within 3½ years.
– If you are referred under the Integration Act, the general rule is that you must complete your Danish language course within 5 years.
You need to attend an interview with a language consultant, before you can enrol. We need your enrolment no later than 12 June 2019.