25 August 2020
Danish Language Course
The courses in Danish as a Foreign Language for international students at the University of Copenhagen consist of intensive language instruction classes. Danish is studied and taught as a foreign language for communicative as well as academic purposes.
In accordance with a discursive view of language and a primarily cognitive view of language acquisition, the courses integrate theoretical knowledge of lexicon, grammar and phonology in the process of developing communicative competences in modern Danish, spoken and written.
The following levels are offered:
•Beginners’ level 1 (equals A1 on the CEFR-scale)
•Beginners’ level 2 (equals A2 on the CEFR-scale)
•Lower Intermediate (equals B1 on the CEFR-scale)
•Upper Intermediate (equals B2 on the CEFR-scale)
DKK 1875: EU/EEA/Swiss citizens
DKK 9375: Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens