Danish Language CourseDanish Language Course

As an exchange or international student at University College Copenhagen (KP), you have the opportunity to learn Danish. You may be eligible for the Danish Language Education Programme or you may attend IA Sprog’s Danish classes on campus

University College Copenhagen offers Danish language and culture courses in cooperation with IA Sprog. The course takes place during the semester.

The course is in keeping with competences and level within Danish language according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference).

The course for beginners/module 1 takes place during the semester.

The course is based on the principles for blended learning which means that you will meet with your teacher in the classroom 3 hours once a week. The course includes 3 hours pr week for 12 weeks and ends with a test at A1/Breakthrough level.

The course costs 900,- DKK including educational material.

IA Sprog’s Danish classes

  • Classes at beginner level/Module 1: Wednesday or Thursday evening
  • Hospital Danish: Classes at beginner level/Module 1 for students within health care – once a week (if there are enough students).
  • Danish for Scandinavian students: The classes will take place once a week at IA Sprog, Hejrevej 26, 2400 Copenhagen NV.

IA Sprog’s Danish language course

The IA Sprog programme is designed for exchange or international students, combining three important elements:

  • Classroom instruction on a University College Copenhagen campus once a week: Focus on oral communication and pronunciation as well as grammar
  • 24-7 access to Denmark ́s online learning platform,, making it possible to supplement classroom instruction when and where you wish, at your own pace and level.
  • Cultural excursions that combine learning about Danish culture and Danish language.

Course location

On one of the addresses of University College Copenhagen.


You may sign up here during Introduction and Welcome Week

You can read about the experiences of Portuguese exchange student Claudia Faria in ​“Danish Language Course with Flæskesteg and Rød Grød med Fløde, please”