The Danish Programme is provided for under the Act on Danish Language Education in Denmark.
In order to attend a Danish course, you must be over 18 years of age and hold a Danish CPR number.
If you are new to Denmark, you may be entitled to have your course fees covered by your local municipality.
If you have any questions about your opportunities to participate in a Danish course, you are very welcome to get in touch with our advisors.
You are a refugee or a reunited family member under the Danish Aliens Act.
You are a foreign worker, a student, an accompanying spouse, a reunited family member under EU rules or an au pair.
It is important that you contact us within no later than 30 days after you receive this letter from the municipality.
The 42-month period begins as soon as you receive the letter. If you do not want to begin your Danish tuition immediately, you will therefore need to defer your start HERE.
You will receive a voucher including up to 6 units which sets the time frame within which you must complete a module.
You will need to pay a deposit of DKK 2,000 before you can start your Danish tuition. You do not need to pay a deposit if you are an au pair.
Your deposit is retained if you pass your module test within the given time frames. The time frames correspond to the voucher, except for modules 1 and 2, for which the time frame is 6 months.