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Teach English in Denmark

Denmark is the smallest and southernmost of the Nordic countries. Located north of its only land neighbour, Germany, southwest of Sweden, and south of Norway, it is located at 56° N 10° E in northern Europe.

The Danish education system is sophisticated and offers free access to public school, high school and most kinds of higher education (universities etc.). About 99% of the general population attend elementary school (lasting 9 to 10 years); 86% attend secondary school and 41% pursue further education.

The Danish education system is sophisticated and offers free access to public school, high school and most kinds of higher education (universities etc.). About 99% of the general population attend elementary school (lasting 9 to 10 years); 86% attend secondary school and 41% pursue further education. Primary school in Denmark is "den Danske Folkeskole" (translated: "the Danish Public School"). It goes from 0-10th grade (10th grade is optional). In Denmark one can also go to "Friskole"/"Privatskole" or "free school"/private school: schools that are not under the municipalities. An example is "Rudolf Steiner Skolerne" or "Waldorf Schools". The most special kind of school in Denmark is "Efterskole". If translated directly from Danish it becomes "after school". The "after school" is an optional school that goes from an 8-10th grade, and it's like a boarding school, but pupils mostly attend after schools for one year only, although some schools allow for the pupils to stay there for two years. Most pupils attend the school in 10th grade, but many do it in 9th grade instead. On many of these schools there is emphasis on a particular subject, for example sports or languages. One of the big differences between a boarding school and an "after school" is the freedom; the pupils have more freedom at an "after school" .

English teachers looking at teaching in Denmark, make sure that you secure a teaching position before leaving your home country. Denmark's second language is English, and the children learn English better there the English learn French at school. They have no need to recruit teachers from overseas!


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