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UCplus Dansk has won the tender for the Danish Language Education in Silkeborg and are opening a new language school in May 2021

Danskuddannelsen i Greve har mange elever, som er engagerede i at lære dansk

UCplus Dansk has won the tender for Danish Language Education in Silkeborg municipality from May 2021. This means that we are opening another UCplus Language School in Denmark, and we are really looking forward to getting started.

We expect, that UCplus Language School in Silkeborg will be the same size as UCplus Language School in Greve, which we opened 6 years ago, and Solrød municipality became part of 2 years ago.

In addition to Silkeborg, Greve, Solrød and Vesthimmerland, UCplus Dansk also has the tender for Danish Language Education in Copenhagen.

The Official Danish Language Education is free of charge! Get started at UCplus now.

The three Official Danish Language Education programmes are free of charge from July 1st 2020. This means that you no longer have to pay DKK 2000,- pr. module.

When you sign up for the Official Danish Language Education at UCplus, we offer you job – and study minded Danish lessons, based on your everyday life and needs. We also provide with you with a free mobile subscription with 15 GB data and unlimited talk as long as you are studying with us.

Deposit

You must pay DKK 2,000 in deposit, which will be refunded once you have passed your module test. The module test shall be passed within the guidelines of the “klippekort”.

Why:

  • You can attend lessons 100% online or combine with classroom lessons at one of our 4 language centres in Denmark, at your job or at your educational institution.
  • We have lessons day and evening 6 days a week.

Read more about the Official Danish Language Education programmes and sign up here.

Are you a student in Denmark?

Are you a student in Denmark?

Right now, we are touring educational institutions throughout Denmark. Teachers from UCplus meet international students and give them their very first Danish lessons.

– But why learn Danish? I probably won’t be in Denmark for very long…
Travelling is unpredictable. It often happens that international students change their mind and stay a little longer after all. Maybe you establish a close connection with someone living in Denmark. Perhaps you discover that you have good job opportunities here. Or maybe you have completely different reasons. But whatever makes you stay in Denmark, you will get much more out of your stay if you speak the language. You will be able to participate in the local community and in social events.

– But everyone speaks English…
We’re not going to lie to you. Most Danes speak English. But good jokes are still mostly told in Danish. Small talk in the canteen becomes incredibly boring if you don’t understand a word. The newspaper headlines are in Danish, and so are most signs and posters.

– But Danish is so difficult to learn…
Whether a language is difficult to learn depends on who is to learn it. Danish is a Germanic language just like English. The English word ‘egg’ is actually the Danish word ‘æg’, brought to the UK by the Vikings. You will find many similarities between Danish and other languages that you know.

We also promise that you will have fun together with your fellow students on your Danish courses.

We teach Danish here:

DDSKS – Den Danske Scenekunstskole (The Danish National School of Performing Arts)
DTU – Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (Technical University of Denmark)
DMJX – Danmarks Medie- og Journalisthøjskole (Danish School of Media and Journalism)
EAAA – Erhvervsakademi Aarhus (Business Academy Aarhus)
EASV – Erhvervsakademi Sydvest (Business Academy Southwest)
ITU – IT-Universitetet i København (IT University of Copenhagen)
KADK – Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis Skoler (The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation)
RMC – Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium (Rhythmic Music Conservatory)
SDU Sønderborg – Syddansk Universitet (The University of Southern Denmark)

Shorter journey to Danish

Copenhagen now has a new metro line ‘M3’ or ‘Cityringen’ as it is called. One of the new metro stations is ‘Nørrebro’. It takes less than four minutes to walk from ‘Nørrebro’ to our premises on Drejervej. For many course participants, this means that they can get to their Danish lessons quicker. And that they do not need to cycle to the lessons on rainy autumn days.