The Language Center on Bornholm
The Danish courses/Danish Education takes place at the Language Center at Campus Bornholm in Rønne.
The Language Center offers flexible and professional Danish courses for foreigners. You can take classes in the daytime, evening and during the holidays.
If your Danish language skills correspond to the first level, the Danish Education will last 3,5 years.
Contact the Language Center to learn more about the education and courses: Language Center, Rønne - English.
It is the Municipality of Bornholm who will refer you to the Danish courses.
Price - Fee and deposit
The Municipality of Bornholm will send you a letter containing an offer to the Danish Education: If you attend Danish courses within the first five years of your residence in Denmark, you get a discount price of the full tuition fee.
The offer is as follows: A Danish Education consists of a number of modules. For each module there is a tuition fee of 2.000 kr. to be paid by the student. The fee has to be paid prior to starting up on a new module. Furthermore, you will have to pay a deposit of 1.250 kr. prior to starting. The 1.250 kr. is to be paid to the Language Center, where you will be provided with more information regarding reimbursement of the security deposit.
Note, that for refugees, au pairs and family reunited with a Danish citizen all courses are free of charge.
After five years in Denmark, the offer expires, and you must provide for the whole expense. We therefore encourage you to begin the Danish courses as soon as possible and contact us, if you for some good reason are prevented and wish to extend the offer.
To accept the offer, contact Secretary Diana Holm, phone 5692 3830, e-mail Diana.Holm@brk.dk. Diana will refer you to the Language Center, if you make use of the offer within five years. After five years in Denmark, you must contact the Language Center directly: Language Center, Rønne - English.
Preparatory Education for Adults (FVU)
Other Posibilities for learning Danish
Besides from the Language Center, there are other ways to learn and practice the Danish language. The Ministry of Immigration and Integration has gathered some of the Danish educational offers online that are free of charge. Go to the website of www.uim.dk - Online Danish lessons.
WorkSim is an online Danish course with job-specific teaching and inspiration modules. So far, there is material available within the area of Social and Health care assistants (Danish: SOSU) and Au pair as well as a more general module. Go to www.integrationsviden.dk – Worksim.
Language Café – run by volunteers
In Aakirkeby you have the possibility to meet Danish volunteers who will help you with your Danish language skills. Look here for more information: Language Café in Aakirkeby (PDF)