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When you finish all five courses you are given the opportunity to take a placement test.
After the test, you can receive a new certificate stating your level of Danish language according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Monday and Wednesday 19.00 - 21.10Tuesday and Thursday 16.30 - 18.40Tuesdays 16.00 - 19.15 (on BSS campus) Where? We can offer you a certificate from the Danish Ministry of Education after each course.
Lærdansk, Paludan-Müllers Vej 82, 8200 Aarhus Nor BSS Campus, Fuglesangs Alle 4, 8000 Aarhus C (only for Tuesdays class) Next up First registration period Start date: week 7 // Deadline for registraton: 5 February 2017 Second registration period Start date: week 17 // Deadline for registration: 9 April 2017 This intensive course is offered only at a beginner level and corresponds to 50 lessons. We offer one crash course at the beginning of each semester, depending on the number of participants. Please read more about how the introductory course is structured here.
Read more Registration Registration for academics If you are an employee at the University of Aarhus or if you are a student When we receive the referral from the Jobcenter you will be contated by us. If you are not resided in Aarhus municipality, you have to contact a caseworker in the municipality where you pay your taxes, in order to get a referral to Lærdansk Aarhus. If you are not permanently resided in Denmark, but you are able to document the fact that you are employed or are self- employed, the municipality where you work is obliged to pay for your Danish education. If you have a residence permit in Denmark, you are entitled to free Danish language instruction.
You must be 18 years of age, registered in the National Register and have a social security number.
If this is your first Danish course, please sign up here If you have previously attended a Danish course in Denmark, please sign up here This course will enable you to learn how to speak Danish and use the language in your everyday life, at school or at work.