Find the answer to your questions

Please have a look at our FAQ regarding registration for Danish classes at Copenhagen Language Center. If you do not find the answer for your question in our FAQ, you are always welcome to contact us.

Questions and answers about signing up for Danish classes:
Do I have to pay deposit and do you use the voucher scheme?

All our courses are:

 Without deposit and voucher scheme and with no limited timeframe to learn Danish

√ With flexibility to take breaks between courses and shift between course types as it suits your schedule and work situation

√ Available to everyone with good familiarity with English and at least 12 years of schooling.

 Classes are tailored to your needs instead of being aimed at passing centralized module tests

When can I start Danish classes?

You can choose the start date and time that best suits you, right here on our website. See our courses and sign up. 

How much does it cost to learn Danish?

Copenhagen Language Center offers Danish education to foreign nationals in Denmark. The price depends on the course that you choose. You can see all the prices and courses on our website. 

I am enrolled at another language school. How do I transfer to your school?

If you are already attending classes at another language school, but want to register at Copenhagen Language Center, you can sign up for a course directly on our website. 

If you are unsure of your level in Danish, you can come in for a free placement with one of our counselors. You can book the time and day that best suits you.

How do I change from one class to another?

If you want to change your course e.g. from morning to evening classes, you must contact our administration by email or by phone. 

If you would like to change the level after the class has already started, please speak to your teacher and we will try to accommodate your wish if we have any spots available in the Danish level of your choice.

How long does it take to learn Danish?

It depends on a number of factors. For example whether you are used to attend school, whether you practice your Danish every day, how your attendance is and whether you turn in your homework.

You can attend Danish classes with Copenhagen Language Center for as long as you need to. 

Can I receive Danish language training as a Danish citizen?

Our Danish language courses are designed for resident foreign nationals. Depending on your level of Danish, our courses might be suitable for you. You can come in for a placement test with one of counselor to asses which level and course would suit you best 

As a Danish citizen you can always sign up for FVU Danish or VUC, if you have Danish as a second language and want to improve your Danish language skills.

How to use our digital platforms

We’re delighted to welcome you as a student at Copenhagen Language Center. We also welcome you to our digital universe – an array of digital tools we use to support your learning process and improve your access to important information.

NB! We have sent you an email with the necessary information. 

KS - Intra (intranet)

Our language school has an intranet for students. Ks-intra is a central tool. Here you will find your classmates, course program, online training opportunities, exercises, current information and materials from your teacher. 

Getting started with Ks-Intra

Go to KS-Intra

KS-Intra mobile app (Moodle Mobile)

KS-intra’s underlying system, Moodle, has it's own app. It can be used to view KS-intra in app format and give you quick access to meesages and materials from your teacher. 

Get started with Moodle mobile

Download from iTunes and Google Play

User Management System (UMS)

UMS keeps track of your personal information as a student at our language school. You can view and update this information at any time. You can use UMS if you would like to use another password system: UNI login, which gives you access to other services. You do not need UMS to log on to our intranet, ks-intra.

Getting started with UMS (User Management System)

Go to UMS

Answers to the Danish exams and to the Danish citizenship test:

How do I sign up for Danish exam 1, 2 or 3 – and how much does it cost?

You can prepare for your Danish exam 3 at Copenhagen Language Center. In order to take Danish exams you can sign up twice a year in the beginning of May-June and November-December at one of the Danish language schools which hold the exams. You can find more information about these schools on your municipality's website

Please note that deadline for registering for Danish exam is approx. two months before the exam.

As an independent student you will be charged approx. DKK 1.309,- for taking the exam.

Can I take the Danish citizenship test here?

For the Danish citizenship test you have register at one of the public Danish schools which arrange it twice a year. Copenhagen Language Center is a private school and therefore does not hold the Danish citizenship test. 

Where can I find more information about the Danish citizenship exam?

You can learn more about the Danish citizenship test at Undervisningsministeriet.

What are the requirements for Danish citizenship?

As a rule you must contact Udlændingeservice for the correct information and requirements for seeking Danish citizenship.

However, in most cases you can apply for Danish citizenship if you have passed Danish exam 3. If you pass Danish exam 2, you will be able to apply for permanent residence permit.

You can also read more about the requirements on Justitsministeriets website.

Can I take the Danish exams without attending classes?

Yes. You can register for the Danish 3 exam (PD3) as an independent student. The cost of taking the exam as an independent student is DKK 1.309,-

A diploma from FVU Reading level 4 also qualifies as documentation for language skills when applying for Danish citizenship. A diploma from FVU Reading level 2 qualifies for applying for permanent residence permit.

Copenhagen Language Center is a private school and therefore we do not hold the Danish 3 exam. We do offer preparation courses for Danish 3 exams and FVU Reading courses.