After more than 25 years of providing free Danish language classes for adult foreigners in Greater Copenhagen, we regret to announce that our contract with the City of Copenhagen has not been renewed.
Thus, as of Wednesday, 1 August 2018, we can no longer offer Danish courses under the Danish Education Act at Copenhagen Language Center. Neither can our colleagues from IA Sprog and Studieskolen.
After 31 July, you will be able to continue your Danish studies at another language school.
Prior to the transition from the old schools to the new schools, all students will receive information from the City of Copenhagen about the transition process.
What does this mean for students enrolled at Copenhagen Language Center?
If you are already learning Danish at Copenhagen Language Center, your Danish classes will continue unchanged until 31 July 2018. You will still be able to take your module test and/or take a Danish exam as planned.
Copenhagen Language Center and the other two existing schools recommend that all students continue their Danish studies exactly as before until the transition. It is not recommended that you take a break and wait for the new schools, as the time and courses will still count against your right to Danish language courses and your course voucher.
If you wish to continue your Danish studies after 31 July, we will naturally help you make the necessary arrangements.
What does this mean for those interested in learning Danish?
You will still be able to enrol in Danish courses at Copenhagen Language Center. After 31 July, you will be able to continue your Danish studies at another language school. We will of course keep you up to date on the latest developments and help you make the necessary arrangements to continue your studies.
What does this mean for Copenhagen Language Center?
Copenhagen Language Center offers Danish language classes under the Danish Education Act from now until 31 July 2018. As of Wednesday, 1 August 2018, we will continue to offer courses in FVU-Reading and FVU-Mathematics. We will provide further details about the future of Danish language learning at Copenhagen Language Center when we know more.