Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about UCplus and tuition for Danish lessons.
Do I have to pay for Danish lessons?
Following new legislation, a fee of DKK 2,000 will be charged per module for anyone registering for Danish lessons after 1 July 2018.
Furthermore, all students registered for lessons after 1 July 2017 must pay a deposit of DKK 1,250 to the language school. The deposit will be fully refunded once you end your Danish education.
Learn more about the deposit by reading this infographic .
How do I obtain a civil registration (CPR) number?
A CPR number is required for anyone residing in Denmark. As a new citizen in Denmark, you must contact your local municipality to apply for a CPR number. For more information on how and where to apply, visit www.lifeindenmark.dk
What happens if I am unable to attend a lesson?
If you are unable to attend a lesson at UCplus, you should always notify your teacher.
Will I need to buy course literature?
Not at UCplus. We provide all the necessary materials and literature.
When are lessons held?
UCplus offers daytime, evening and Saturday classes.
At UCplus, classes are divided into smaller teams, giving you plenty of time to interact with your teacher. We strive to ensure that each lesson is lively and varied and incorporates things, sounds, pictures and texts from your everyday life.
In addition to classroom lectures, UCplus students can also access our online learning portal www.flexidansk.dk anytime and anywhere.
Can I change language school?
You are free to choose whichever language school you want. This also means that you can switch to a different language school and continue your Danish course there. You are not allowed to take the same Danish course more than once. In other words, if you have completed modules 1, 2 and 3 , you are not able to re-take these modules at a different language school. You can, however, choose to complete modules 4 and 5 at a different language school.
How do I register?
You can always get in touch with one of our language centres by phone or email. However, we recommend that you visit one of our centres to meet us in person and discuss your options. This will allow you to get a better idea of what the course entails, determine a schedule that suits you and sign the necessary registration documents right away for a quick start.