Studieprøven Course in CPH

Prepare for Studieprøven – the final exam in Danish Education 3, module 6.

Studieprøve Course prepares you for Studieprøven, which is the highest exam in the Danish Langage Education system.

The exam tests at the European C1 level and is the entry requirement for a wide range of training programmes. In the classes we work systematically with the Danish skills that the examination assignments require. The material is targeted the final exam and is available online. The students will get a number of resources that we give during the teaching. You will be admitted after a test, or on a very good PD3 exam.

In the autumn we have a day class (6 lessons), two evening classes and an online class (4 lessons). In addition, we offer individual online tuition. All courses follow the same plan, and this means that you do not have to miss your class: If, for example, you go on a Tuesday evening and are out traveling, you can participate online on Wednesday evening. The material we use in class is also available online, so you can easily participate from, for example, an airport or a holiday home.

In addition to the teaching time, you must expect at least 6 hours of homework.


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The Studieprøven course is for anyone with a good level of oral and written Danish.
For example, a good level of Danish means a PD3 exam with good grades, a good FVU4 or a level of Danish that you have acquired in other ways.
No specific grade is required, but we test to check if it is realistic for you to take the exam. The most important thing is the effort you put in, and we expect you to work hard during the course.

If you recently moved to Denmark, you may find our guide on being new in Denmark interesting.

Anders Basby, who teaches the classes, has develop the materials for online and classroom lessons.
All material is available online and written assignments are handed in by email.

Day classes consist of:

  • Two mornings a week with language exercises, feedback on written assignments and group discussions (6 lessons total).
  • At least 6 hours of work at home a week – partly online.

Evening classes consist of:

  • One evening a week with with feedback on written assignments, language exercises and group discussions (4 lessons total)
  • At least 6 hours of work at home – partly online.

Online classes consist of:

  • 10 hours of work a week including: self-directed listening, reading and grammar exercises as well as written assignments.
  •  1/2 hour of individual Skype training, including feedback on assignments.

Continuous enrollment.

Evening + online
Day: Tuesday or Thursday
Time: 17.00-20.30
Address: Gyldenløvesgade 11, Copenhagen (near Vesterport st.)

Day classes
Day: Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 09.00-11.35
Address: Gyldenløvesgade 11, Copenhagen (near Vesterport st.)

100% Online
Day: Wednesday
Time: 17.00-20:30
Where: Teams
+ online exercises

Online + individual teaching
30 minutes individual teaching and feedback a week, after agreement.
+ online excercises

Online excercises
The material is available on – you will receive login information, once deposit payment has been made. We plan and adjust the Teams training continuously.

The tuition is free, if you are entitled to the Official Danish Language Education. You have to pay a DKK 2000 deposit, which is refunded once you have passed a module test.

If you no longer have the right to the Official Danish Education, you have the option to pay for a Danish module yourself. Contact UCplus at 44 87 01 66 for more information about the price. This also applies if you wish to study from abroad.

Pay your deposit here.

Sign up for Studieprøven course at UCplus

Sign up for Studieprøven course at UCplus

We will contact you within 2-5 business days and invite you to a preliminary consultation.

You can also sign up by telephone on: 44 87 01 66

In doubt?

You are always welcome to call us at +45 44 87 01 66, if you are unsure what the best way to learn Danish is for you.