KØBENHAVNS SPROGCENTER

Learn Danish quickly and easily at Københavns Sprogcenter. We offer Danish as a second language at all levels. Our Vesterbro location features comfortable, modern classrooms, and our selection of day and evening classes makes it easy to work around your schedule. Students can also take advantage of our career counselling services and our Connecting Friends programme, which helps you establish your network in Denmark. To set up an appointment with one of our language counsellors, drop in at our offices at Valdemarsgade 16 (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10-2, Mondays and Wednesdays from 4-8), call us at 33 31 21 21 (weekdays between 10-2), or e-mail us at adm@kbh-sprogcenter.dk. After your initial meeting, you’ll be able to begin classes within a month.www.kbh-sprogcenter.dk




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