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Learn Danish in Denmark with National Registration Center for Study Abroad


Term: Throughout the year
Dates: Every Monday throughout the year
Description: Home Language Schools International places students in homestays for lodging and for language training. One or two students live with a qualified language instructor and learn a language in the home. Students are completely immersed in the foreign language and can take between 15 and 25 hours of instruction per week. All teachers have the highest possible qualifications which ensure that they are professional, and above all trained to teach. Every single teacher holds a teaching certificate recognized by their own authorities or a University degree or equivalent accepted by the private sector.

Highlights: Copenhagen seems to have several distinct images, each accurate but incomplete. It's an old merchants' town overlooking the entrance to the Baltic Sea, a progressive city tolerant of a wide range of social behavior, a metropolis whose efficiency rivals that of the Swiss and a city that's so associated with architectural treasures that it's known as the 'City of Beautiful Spires.' Its wealth of statues and fountains, combined with the Danes' highly tuned environmental awareness, make Copenhagen a city perfect for strolling and exploration.
Languages:
Danish
Subject Areas:
Intensive Language

Cost in US$: $1000 - $1500
Cost Include Description:
Homestay, 3 Meals/day, Arrival Transfer, Insurance.
Credit Available: yes
Experience Required: no

Learn Danish in Denmark
Denmark
Copenhagen
Term: Throughout the year
Dates: Every Monday throughout the year
Description: Home Language Schools International places students in homestays for lodging and for language training. One or two students live with a qualified language instructor and learn a language in the home. Students are completely immersed in the foreign language and can take between 15 and 25 hours of instruction per week. All teachers have the highest possible qualifications which ensure that they are professional, and above all trained to teach. Every single teacher holds a teaching certificate recognized by their own authorities or a University degree or equivalent accepted by the private sector.

Highlights: Copenhagen seems to have several distinct images, each accurate but incomplete. It's an old merchants' town overlooking the entrance to the Baltic Sea, a progressive city tolerant of a wide range of social behavior, a metropolis whose efficiency rivals that of the Swiss and a city that's so associated with architectural treasures that it's known as the 'City of Beautiful Spires.' Its wealth of statues and fountains, combined with the Danes' highly tuned environmental awareness, make Copenhagen a city perfect for strolling and exploration.
Languages:
Danish
Subject Areas:
Intensive Language

Cost in US$: $1000 - $1500
Cost Include Description:
Homestay, 3 Meals/day, Arrival Transfer, Insurance.
Credit Available: yes
Experience Required: no
About the NRCSA Center

Private or semi - private tutor foreign language classes are provided by your teacher at your lodging. Teachers are highly trained professionals with years of experience in the teaching of their language to foreigners.
Lodging is in homestays of native speakers. Only the target language is spoken in the homestay. Residences are typically outside of heavily touristed areas, in neighborhoods where the target language predominates.

About Copenhagen

Copenhagen seems to have several distinct images, each accurate but incomplete. It's an old merchants' town overlooking the entrance to the Baltic Sea, a progressive city tolerant of a wide range of social behavior, a metropolis whose efficiency rivals that of the Swiss and a city that's so associated with architectural treasures that it's known as the "City of Beautiful Spires." Its wealth of statues and fountains, combined with the Danes' highly tuned environmental awareness, make Copenhagen a city perfect for strolling and exploration. The city is the seat of all the nation's institutions of politics, finance and the arts.

Copenhagen has been called Scandinavia's most affordable capital, and one of Europe's most user-friendly cities, welcoming and fairly small, with a compact, strollable centre largely given over to pedestrians. In summer, there's a varied range of lively street entertainment, while at night there's a plethora of bars and a club and live-music network. The city has first-rate galleries housing collections of Danish and international art, as well as worthy smaller museums.

National Registration Center for Study Abroad
P.O. Box 1393    Milwaukee, WI   53201
Tel:  (414) 278-0631    Fax:  (414) 271-8884    E-Mail:  study@nrcsa.com