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Navigating New Horizons with Danish: Vindya’s Path from CBS Student to Corporate Success in Copenhagen.
“Learning Danish has helped my integration, as it has provided me with relevant knowledge about Danish culture and how Danish society works,” Vindya explains.
When Charity first arrived in Denmark, she was apprehensive about speaking Danish with others. Three years later, she gave a graduation speech at UCplus, celebrating her impressive PD-2 exam result and her newfound confidence in addressing an audience in Danish. However, that’s not all she gained. Discover how she also found a sense of community and knowledge about Danish culture.
As an international researcher and mother of a two-year-old boy, Tahereh has a busy life. Originally from Iran, Tahereh is very happy to be living in Denmark, and she is determined to learn Danish, so that she can talk to her son, who is learning Danish at his daycare. She also wants to be able to speak Daish, so she van be a part of Danish life and society. In order to have time for it all, she attends UCplus’ online Danish classes, because it gives her the flexibility she needs.
Madara came as an exchange student from Latvia to study a semester at the Aarhus Music Conservatory. She went all-in learning Danish and became a church singer so she could hold on to her love for music while practicing her Danish.
Danfoss employees Suriya and his wife Abi from Chennai, India have embraced Sønderborg as their new hometown. They are both fully engaged in learning Danish, as they want to take part of the social life in Sønderborg.
Silvius eventyr i Danmark strækker sig fra Skive til Silkeborg og indeholder både sprog, jobs og en stor kajakkonkurrence som rosinen i pølseenden. Læs, hvordan UCplus i Silkeborg og sporten hjælper Silviu med at blive skrap til dansk.
Jan Lierz fell in love with Denmark during a family vacation to Jutland in 2018. He wanted to return and chose Aarhus University for his master’s degree.
Paul Gordon came to Denmark to visit a couple of Danish friends whom he met at the University in Dublin. He told his parents that he would just be gone for a week. Now he has been here for over two years.
Valentina was determined to learn Danish properly. She worked her way through Danish courses at UCplus, and has resulted in her having both passed the Danish test PD2, that she has obtained a bus driver’s license and a job with the bus company Anchersen.
Cooperation between Ringkøbing-Skjern municipality, local businesses and UCplus ensures Ukrainian refugees a good start in Denmark
Together with Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality, the UCplus Language School has created a special offer for newly relocated Ukrainian citizens, where Danish lessons are spiced up with visits to local businesses.