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There are three Danish courses, each of which is sub-divided into modules.

After each module, you must pass a test to advance to the next module. If you have a residence permit in Denmark, you are entitled to free Danish language instruction.

If you are a resident of a different EU country, but work in Denmark, you are also entitled to free Danish language instruction.

If you are not entitled to free instruction, you have the option to pay for it yourself.

Learn more and register here General Registration: In order to register for the Danish courses you need: When we receive the referral from the Jobcenter you will be contated by us. If you are not resided in Aarhus municipality, you have to contact a caseworker in the municipality where you pay your taxes, in order to get a referral to Lærdansk Aarhus. If you are not permanently resided in Denmark, but you are able to document the fact that you are employed or are self- employed, the municipality where you work is obliged to pay for your Danish education.

For speakers of Scandinavian languages Do you already speak Norwegian or Swedish? Would you like to get better at understanding and speaking Danish?

Library: Borrow books from morning to evening - either through the staff (opening hours) or self-service checkout machines.

Monday: - and - Tuesday: - Wednesday: - Thursday: - and Danish education 1 Danish education 2 Module 3-6: Once a week at 4.30pm-6.25pm Read more about our offers for companies At Lærdansk Aarhus we prepare and tailor courses specific to your employees' needs.Read more Registration Registration for academics If you are an employee at the University of Aarhus or if you are a student When we receive the referral from the Jobcenter you will be contated by us. If you are not resided in Aarhus municipality, you have to contact a caseworker in the municipality where you pay your taxes, in order to get a referral to Lærdansk Aarhus. If you are not permanently resided in Denmark, but you are able to document the fact that you are employed or are self- employed, the municipality where you work is obliged to pay for your Danish education. If you have a residence permit in Denmark, you are entitled to free Danish language instruction.You must be 18 years of age, registered in the National Register and have a social security number.The class focuses on Danish working culture and Danish working language which you can use immediately. There are three Danish courses, each of which is sub-divided into modules.After each module, you must pass a test to advance to the next module.You have the right to continue with Danish lessons for up to 3 years if you complete the 5 courses within 1.5 years (and take a placement test).