Danish Beginners (Level 1) - Online
This is for you if you have no prior knowledge of Danish (or so little that you effectively want to start again from scratch). You will learn basic skills to enable you to make yourself understood and to find out information in everyday situations.
Courses starting January 2023
- Course: TBC
Delivery: On-campus (face-to-face)
Timeline: Starts January - ends July 2023
Lengths: 20 weeks (60 learning hours)
Fees: £250 (payable in two termly instalments)
These courses will be taught in a small group. It requires a minimum of 7 and it can have up to a maximum of 12 students. Course fee includes all tuition, access to VLE (virtual learning environment), handouts and any tests/exams, but not a textbook.
Please note that courses taught on-campus could be moved online if the Covid-19 situation prevents face-to-face teaching, and for as long as it is required. This decision will be made by the Government and/or the University of Leicester to guarantee the safety of students and staff.
Terms run from October to December and from January to March. The full course comprises 60 learning hours. Lessons are two hours long and take place once a week. When enrolling you are committing to the full 20 weeks. There is the option to pay for the full course in one payment or two instalments. You are welcome to join in the second term of a course if you have previous knowledge and experience of the language.
No previous knowledge of Danish is required. The course is suitable for absolute beginners.
The tutor will advise of any other necessary coursebooks during the first class.
This ONLINE course is taught in Danish and English. Our programme aims to develop the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing as well as cultural awareness. It provides a good balance between understanding the culture, vocabulary and grammar structures of the Danish language and enhancing communication and interaction. It supports comprehensive and productive skills in speech and writing through authentic based activities and guided practice in the use of Danish language. Students will be encouraged to seek opportunities to learn and practise the four skills outside the classroom taking advantage of learning resources provided by tutors and the programme. The group size is limited to 10 students and planned to allow intensive interactive practice with individual feedback and advice on progress.
Upon completing the Beginners Level 1 course, you can progress onto the Post-beginners Level 2.