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Pre-Semester intensive German course

Preparatory German Courses for Incomings

Learn German and get to know your university, before the semester starts!

An offer of the Centre of Modern Languages (ZEMS) for international students of all faculties

 

Pre-Semester German Course
Time
2nd of March to 7th of April 2018
(no lectures from 30th of March until 2nd of April)

Compulsory assessment tests: 2nd of March 2018
Classes start on  7th of March 2018
Contents
80 teaching hours (20 days, 4 teaching hours per day) 

Small groups (approx. 15 participants)
6 ECTS points (in case of successful attendance) 
Registration (mandatory)
10th - 31st of January 2018  

Fees
255,00 €
(classes, placement test, and course material)
The fees are to be paid before the courses start - after your registration you will get the necessary information about the payment.

Requirements for ERASMUS students

Please note that for Erasmus+ students the intensive courses are offered on level B1 and higher according to the Common European Framework of Reference. Thus Erasmus+ students’ German level has to be at least A2. Your proficiency level will be assessed at the beginning of the course with the internationally recognized placement test OnDaF (www.ondaf.de). Students whose level is under A2 have to pass a short individual oral test. Erasmus+ students who cannot prove the at least the A2 level won’t be admitted to the intensive course. This is part of TU Berlin’s agreements with its partner universities. For information only and without responsibility you can check here your level of German.

Contact Us

The ZEMS language center is responsible for all language courses held at the TU Berlin.
 
If you have questions regarding intensive courses, please contact

For all other inquiries, please contact the International Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt)

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