If you are a foreigner living in Denmark, learning Danish is very important in order for you to do well. Danish is the key to getting a job, an education and becoming integrated in the Danish society.
AOF Language Centre offers courses in Danish language, culture and society.
The ordinary Danish education
The classes are divided into three different Danish educations and each education is divided into different modules, which gives you the opportunity to be placed in a class at your level.
It is possible for you to finish your education with a Government-controlled exam.
Danish education 1
is organized for students, who cannot read nor write in their mother tongue and for illiterates that cannot write in a European language.
Danish education 2
is organized for students, who have a short- or medium length educational background.
Danish education 3
is organized for students, who have a further or higher education.
Each Danish education has 6 modules
Each module has a specific content. After each module, you have to take a test to continue onto the next module. It is possible for you to finish your education by taking a Government-controlled exam. ((please press for further information))
Before you can begin your Danish course, you need to have an interview with a study counsellor, and the Language Centre needs to confirm your participation with the municipality. More detailed information is available at The Danish Ministry of Immigration, Integration and Housing.
You are allowed to spend up to 5 years before finishing your Danish education.
The municipality in which you reside will cover a part of your tuition at the language center, but if you are financially independentyou have to pay 2,000 Danish Kroner per module.
If you do not reside in Denmark, you are eligible to get tuition provided that you work in Denmark.
Before starting tuition you are required to have an interview with a study counsellor, and the language center and your municipality [of residence] need to have a formal agreement permitting you to receive tuition.
All financially independent students have to pay a deposit of 1,250 Danish Kroner before starting a language course. It is possible to get the deposit refunded at the end of your Danish course.
If you would like to attend a Danish course, but do not have a CPR number (Civil Register Number) or have employment in Denmark, please contact us for further information.
Self-supporting students have the following maximum amount of months to complete a module: