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Work, Live and Speak Danish

A2B is a new language course partner at Aarhus University, which offers statutory and free certificated Danish courses to international staff and their spouses.

2018.03.22 | Anne Pletschette Langer

Four men and women from different countries and the text Work, Live and Speak Danish

Besides language training, the course includes work related topics and everyday life subjects – all the things you need to know and learn to get a good start in Denmark. Spouses get specially designed courses at A2B, which focus on building a new social network, identifying job possibilities in Denmark and compiling resumes and job applications in Danish.    

Flexible courses that suit your needs 

 All courses are planned with high flexibility. You can attend classes in the morning or in the afternoon, in the evening or on weekends depending on, what suits your schedule.

A2B’s courses are open to anyone – both newcomers and participants, who have already started their Danish course. It is possible for you to switch from your current language partner to A2B when you have finished the next module at your level.

Read the A2B flyer  


Contact A2B’s International Coordinator for more information about getting started at A2B:    

  • Marie Steiness
  • Phone: 24 88 48 15 or 27 61 16 39
  • Mail:

  “I have been working with A2B for two years now, attending Danish language classes for myself and coordinating courses for my colleagues in Anthropology and Archaeology.  Whether it be lunch break conversation starters, specialized disciplinary and administrative vocabulary, or working towards passing national language exams needed to residency applications, they have done an excellent job of tailoring the courses directly to the needs of university staff.”

Cameron David Warner, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology,
course participant in 2017, states:

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