Welcome to Job & Sprog Djurs
Registration for a Danish Education
Your caseworker at the local Job Centre will refer you to Danish classes at one of our schools. If you are not in contact with the local Job Centre, it is also possible to contact the school and hear more about your possibilities for learning Danish.
We offer classes during the day and in the evening all year round.
A visitation meeting with a teacher is required and held prior to your attendance.
After the meeting, we will place you in the Danish class that fits your language level. You can attend either Dansk 1, 2 or 3. Each education consists of 5-6 modules and ends with a final exam.
Må gerne stå til højre på siden: Want to hear more about your options? Contact case worker Emilie Strangholt Johansen (kontaktinfo + billede)
If you are an EU citizen and/or referred to a Danish language class post 1/7-2020, you need to pay a deposit of 2000 DKK before attending. Please notice that this does not apply if you are in Denmark as an Au Pair or have been family reunified with a Danish citizen.
It is possible to get the full deposit refunded once you finish the Danish language education. Please note that your right to a deposit refund is dismissed if you decide to stop during a module and without a module test, or if you do not pass your module test or final exam within the set time.
The deposit has to be paid before attendance and it should be transferred to our local bank account in Djurslands Bank: 7320 - 1586457.
Registration for FVU-Danish
FVU is a free course for you who already knows some Danish and wish to learn more. Registration happens directly at one of our schools. Before you attend a meeting and a little test is needed. Here we will figure out which level fits you.
FVU-start is for citizens who can already have a conversation in Danish but who lack a wide vocabulary and often make mistakes. At FVU-start you will learn written and spoken Danish that is relevant to your everyday life.
FVU level 1-4
FVU-Danish is for citizens who have already passed FVU-start or who are at an equivalent level. You should be able to hold short conversations in Danish.
FVU level 1-4 places particular focus on reading, writing and using different kinds of texts that you will come across in your everyday life.
It is possible to pass a level with a level test, should you wish to.
With FVU level two you can apply for permanent residency
With FVU level four you can apply for Danish Citizenship.
Må gerne stå til højre på siden: Want to hear more about FVU? Contact our FVU-coordinator Anna Aissa (kontaktinfo + billed)
Information for self-sufficient citizens
Self-sufficient citizens will receive six electronic tokens (in Danish: Klip) and with it, a limited amount of months to complete the modules assigned to each Danish Language Education. This is called a “Klippekort”.
Who gets a “klippekort”?
You will receive an electronic “klippekort” if you are in Denmark:
As a student or for work
As an accompanying spouse
As a family reunificated by EU-rules
As an au-pair
As a Nordic citizen
As a Cross-border commuter from a EU country
If one of the categories above applies to you, you are considered a self-sufficient citizen (in Danish: S-kursist), and has the rights to a free Danish Language Education, with a “klippekort”.
When does the “klippekort” start?
Shortly after receiving your Danish CPR-number, you will get a letter in your E-boks with information about your rights to a free Danish Language Education. Two months after having received the letter, your “klippekort” starts even if you have not started learning Danish. Therefore, it is important that you contact the municipality or us when the letter arrives, to arrange further.
It is possible to postpone your starting date, but that requires an agreement with the municipality.
How does it work?
When you have reached an agreement about start date, your first klip will start with the first module on the Danish education even if you do not show up for class.
Once a klip has started, it is not possible to pause it.
Once you pass a module test, the klip will stop and the next one, assigned to the next module, will start.
Your language school is responsible for administrating your klippekort. You can always ask your teacher your klippekort.
What happens if you do not finish a module within the set time?
If you cannot finish your current module within the set time, you have to use your next klip. This means that you will not be able to finish the entire language education, as you will be missing a klip in the end.