Course start dates 2018-2

Available course start dates

Below are the upcoming start dates for our Danish language courses.

You can find the Danish course that perfectly suits your current skills. All of our Danish courses are based on CEFR, the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Read about CEFR to find your level or sign up for a free placement test!

NB! Please be aware that we occasionally change course start dates for logistical reasons. We'll keep all applicants informed and offer alternative course options if the new start date doesn’t suit you.

Danish course STANDARD

Beginner and elementary course start dates
Beginner course unit A1.1 (module 1 - part one)
  • Week day: Tuesday - start 27 November 2018, 09.00-11.40
  • Week day: Tuesday - start 8 January 2019, 19.15-21.45
  • Week day: Thursday - start 10 January 2019, 16.30-19.00

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A1.1) <<

Beginner course unit A1.2 (module 1 - part two)
  • Week day: Wednesday - start 28 November 2018, 17.30-20.30
Elementary course unit A2.1 (module 2 - part one)
  • Week day: Tuesday- start 27 November 2018, 17.30-20.30
  • Week day: Monday- start 7 January 2019, 16.30-19.00
  • Week day: Monday- start 7 January 2019, 19.15-21.45
Elementary course unit A2.2 (module 2 - part two)
  • Week day: Thursday - start 29 November 2018, 17.30-20.30
  • Week day: Tuesday - start 8 January 2019, 09.00-11.40

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A1.2 - A2.2) <<

Intermediate course start dates
Intermediate B1 level 
New and updated content and structure from January 2019. Keep up to date here on our website.

In the meantime you can choose between our Intensive Online Danish Course or a special Danish Speaking Course with focus on Danish conversation and vocabulary at a B1 and B2 level.

Pre-advanced course start dates
Pre-advanced B2 level 
New and updated content and structure from January 2019. Keep up to date here on our website.

In the meantime you can choose between our Intensive Online Danish Course or a special Danish Speaking Course with focus on Danish conversation and vocabulary at a B1 and B2 level.

Danish course SATURDAY

Beginner and elementary course start dates
Beginner course unit A1.1 (module 1 - part one)
  • Week days: Saturday - start 5 January 2019, 9:30 - 12:15
  • Week days: Saturday - start 2 March 2019, 9:30 - 12:15

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A1.1) <<

Beginner course unit A1.2 (module 1 - part two)
  • Week day: Saturday - start 5 January 2019, 9:30-12:15
Elementary course unit A2.1 (module 2 - part one)
  • Week day: Saturday - start 5 January 2019, 9:30-12:15
  • Week days: Saturday - start 2 March 2019, 9:30 - 12:15
Elementary course unit A2.2 (module 2 - part two)
  • Week day: Saturday - start 5 January 2019, 9:30-12:15
  • Week days: Saturday - start 2 March 2019, 9:30 - 12:15

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A1.2 - A2.2) <<

Intermediate course start dates
Intermediate B1 level 

New and updated content and structure from January 2019. Keep up to date here on our website.

In the meantime you can choose between our Intensive Online Danish Course or a special Danish Speaking Course with focus on Danish conversation and vocabulary at a B1 and B2 level.

Pre-advanced course start dates
Pre-advanced B2 level 

New and opdated content and structure from January 2019. Keep up to date here on our website.

In the meantime you can whoose between our Intensive Online Danish Course or a special Danish Speaking Course with focus on Danish conversation and vocabulary at a B1 and B2 level.

Book a placement test

If you already know some Danish – either because you are self-taught or have attended another language school, but are in doubt of your current level of Danish, we recommend that you sign up for a free placement test.

Our placement test takes approx. 2 hours and includes a short interview and test with one of our student counsellors. 

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 Intensive Danish ONLINE course

Beginner and elementary course start dates
Beginner course unit A1 (module 1)
  • Course start Wednesday 28 November 2018
  • Course start Wednesday 6 March 2019

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A1) <<

Elementary course unit A2 (module 2)
  • Course start Wednesday 28. November 2018
  • Course start Wednesday 6 March 2019

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A2 - B2) <<

Intermediate and upper intermediate course start dates
Intermediate course unit B1.A (module 3)
  • Course start Wednesday 28. November 2018
  • Course start Wednesday 6 March 2019
Intermediate course unit B1.B (module 4)
  • Course start Wednesday 28. November 2018
  • Course start Wednesday 6 March 2019

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A2 - B2) <<

Pre-advanced course start dates
Pre-advanced course unit B2 (module 5)
  • Course start Wednesday 6 March 2019

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts (A2 - B2) <<

Danish SPEAKING course

Intermediate/Pre-advanced course start dates
Intermediate/pre-advanced course unit (B1 and B2)
  • Week day: Thursday - start 29 November 2018, 17.00-20.30

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts <<

Danish PRONUNCIATION course

Beginner/Advanced course start dates
This course is suitable for all levels
Beginner/advanced course unit (A1 - C1)
  • Week day: Monday - start 7 January 2019, 17.30-19.00
  • Week day: Monday - start 4 March 2019, 17.30-19.00

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts <<

Danish course SCANDINAVIANS

Beginner/Advanced course start dates
This course is suitable for all Scandinavians regardless of level of Danish.
Beginner/advanced course unit (B1-B2)
  • Week day: Monday - start 7 January 2019, 17.30-20.00
  • Week day: Monday - start 4 March 2019, 17.30-20.00

>> Sign up for one of the above course starts <<

Unsure of your level?

CEFR - Framework of reference for languages

All Danish courses at Copenhagen Language Center relate to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, which is also known by the acronym CEFR.

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is a universal system for assessing language proficiency. 

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