We provide free Danish lessons for non-native speakers in the heart of Copenhagen. Learn Danish as a second language in a lively and multicultural environment with focus on more than good teaching.
Amendments to the Act on Danish for Adult Foreigners
With a Danish CPR number, you can learn Danish for free at our language school. New students enrolling in a Danish course will be charged a refundable deposit of DKK 1,250.
Changes in opening hours
Our office in Flæsketorvet will be closed Friday, August 18th.
Our office in Valdemarsgade 16 will be open as usual from 8:30am to 12pm.
Learn Danish in Copenhagen
FREE DANISH COURSES
Copenhagen Language Center offers free Danish courses with refundable deposit at beginner and advanced level. We are located in the heart of Copenhagen and have 25 years of experience in teaching Danish as a second language. We are one of the preferred language schools for internationals who want to learn Danish.
It is the best language school. They have friendly and qualified teachers who makes the danish language so easy for you to learn it. They also help newcomers to socialize with other students by arranging social events for them. All I would like to say that they care for their students.
By far the best school in Denmark. Because it is something more than cold teaching. It is all about socializing, events, cafés, museum visits and many other excursions.
Great teachers, atmosphere and the best cakes (check the cafeteria ;))
Thank you for everything and goodbye. It has been a really great experience!
It's a wonderful school. I am very happy to learn Danish here.
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NEW CLASSES START EVERY MONTH
Sign up and start Danish language classes as early as next month. Before starting Danish classes at Copenhagen Language Center, you must come in for a personal interview. We recommend that you register as soon as possible if you want to make sure to start the following month.
News great and small
Much more than good teaching
Volunteering in Denmark
Julin really enjoys working as a volunteer in a second-hand shop. It gives her opportunity to improve her Danish by chatting with colleagues and customers.
Wienerbrød (Danish pastries)
Wiener-what? What is wienerbrød? How does it taste and can you actually develop a love of wienerbrød if you taste it for the first time as an adult? We’ve asked a Danish course 2 – Module 5 class to sample eight different types of wienerbrød. Here’s what they had to say.
After a few years in Denmark, what values do you consider to be typically Danish? We looked at the values from the Danes’ top-10 list, but our students also pointed to completely different aspects of Denmark and Danes.
Learn more about Danish homophones. A homophone is a word that has (nearly) the same sound as another word but has different spelling and meaning.
Danish phrases with eyes
We have found some easy to remember expressions with eye/s, you can use in your day-to-day Danish.
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Get answers to your questions
If you have questions or if you would like to sign up for a Danish course, please contact us today. You are welcome to visit our language schools, call or send us an email with your questions.
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am to 2pm
Friday: 8:30am to 12pm