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In-Semester German Language Courses 

We run in-semester German language courses for international students and doctoral students enrolled at the University of Bonn, visiting academics and members of the university staff.

Our Courses 

Our courses take an interactive and practical approach to oral and written language acquisition, allowing groups of no more than 18 international participants to master everyday communication situations in German. Participants also practice written and oral comprehension, expand their vocabulary and learn the theory and application of grammatical structures.

In addition to the everyday language courses A1.1 to B2.2, we also offer a range of German special topic courses taught at various levels. An eLearning module on eCampus expands existing skills and knowledge.

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General Information

Important information on course content, duration and location, registration procedures and how to choose your course level is provided below.

Please note the following

  • Your Uni-ID is required
  • Format: In-person or online classes 2 x 2 hours per week and approx. 2 hours per week for an eLearning vocabulary module
  • Group sizes: max. 18 persons
  • Requirements for passing the course: Attendance (max. 4 missed classes) and active class participation, as well as completion of the eLearning vocabulary module
  • ECTS/ certificate:
    • If all requirements are met, you will receive a graded certificate (for Erasmus-students with 4 ECTS).
    • If they are not met, you will receive an ungraded confirmation of attendance if you attended class regularly.
  • Your Uni-ID is required
  • Format: In-person or online classes 1 x 2 hours per week
  • Group sizes: max. 18 persons
  • Requirements for passing the course: Attendance (max. 2 missed classes) and active class participation, as well as a presentation or project report
  • ECTS/ certificate:
    • Graded certificate (for Erasmus-students with 2 ECTS) if all requirements are met
    • Ungraded confirmation of attendance if requirements are not met, but you attended class regularly
  • Course duration:
    • 12 weeks
    • Starting in the 3rd week of the semester: October 24, 2022 to February 3, 2023
    • No lessons: December 07, 2022 (Dies Academicus), December 19, 2022 to January 6, 2023 (Christmas holidays)
  • Location:
    • In person: Adenauerallee 10 (53113 Bonn), 3rd and 4th floor
    • Online: via Zoom

Online with student ID number on www.pro-integration.de222321

  • Important note! If you have not participated in a German course of the International Office in the last 2 semesters, it is obligatory to take a placement test before registration. Without the result of the placement test or the course certificate (not older than 2 semesters), registration is unfortunately not possible.
  • Places are assigned in the order that applications are received. There is no waiting list for courses that are fully booked.
  • You will receive email confirmation of your registration.
  • After registration, you will receive a further email asking you to make the payment.

Your German language skills will be tested via the onSET online language placement test. The German as a Foreign Language Section will send a TAN upon request by September 29, 2022, for the placement test before registration. The result of the placement test will be sent automatically – the score is important for the registration! You can then register for the appropriate sub-level online.

Your placement in accordance with your score:

  • 0 - 30 = A1.1
  • 31 - 51 = A1.2
  • 52 - 65 = A2.1
  • 66 - 79 = A2.2
  • 80 - 95 = B1.1
  • 96 - 111 = B1.2
  • 112 - 125 = B2.1 
  • 126 - 140 = B2.2
  • 141 - 160 = C1


Everyday German language courses

The University of Bonn offers a varied range of German language courses from A1.1 to B2.2. You can learn everyday German in the course that is right for you and will soon be able to communicate in German.

For international students

These extra-curricular courses can be attended by enrolled international students who do not need to show proof of having passed a German language examination (e.g. DSH or GFL).

The courses are free of charge.

    Level A1.1

    A course for participants with little or no previous knowledge of the German language. Here, you will learn basic communication skills, how to find your way in everyday situations, and how to ask and answer simple questions. Besides basic vocabulary and techniques of verbal expression about topics like family, work, leisure time and nutrition, you will also gain insights into numbers, prices and times of day in German. You will practice reporting on everyday events in the present tense in simply structured sentences.

    SDK-AS 1 (Ulrike Wefers)
    Date: Tue and Wed 04:00 pm - 5:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 34
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 21 (Sita Berg-Schlosser) 
    Date: Tue and Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 2 (Kinga Ruschke)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 3 (Tania Förster)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level A1.2

    A course for beginners with little previous knowledge who have successfully completed level A1.1 or have relevant previous knowledge of the German language. You will learn to understand continuous texts (e.g. letters) and advertisements (e.g. advertisements for apartments and jobs) and to hold simple conversations about past or present situations of your day-to-day life (including talking about daily routine and work, describing apartments, finding your way in a department store or scheduling an appointment with a doctor).

    SDK-AS 4 (Elisabeth Osterhus)
    Date: Tue and Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 21
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 5 (Tania Förster)
    Date: Tue and Wed 07:45 pm - 09.15 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 6 (Kinga Ruschke)
    Date: Tue and Wed 07:45 pm - 09.15 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level A2.1

    A course for students with basic knowledge of the German language who have successfully completed A1.2 level, or have equivalent previous knowledge of the German language.
    You will learn how to understand and write continuous texts and to hold simple discussions about past or present situations (including discussing time at school, listing pros and cons, asking for information on the phone, giving directions).

    SDK-AS 7 (Katharina Rösel)
    Date: Wed and Thu 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 31
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    SDK-AS 8 (Iryna Fisiak)
    Date: Mon and Thu 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 21, 2022

    SDK-AS 9 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Mon and Thu 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 21, 2022

    Level A2.2

    A course for participants with extended basic knowledge who have successfully completed level A2.1 or have corresponding previous knowledge of the German language. In this course, you will practice dealing with everyday communication situations (including expressing own wishes, needs and interests and asking your communication partners). You will repeat and expand basic vocabulary about topics like education, career, living and traveling.

    SDK-AS 10 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Wed and Thu 04:00 pm - 05.30 pm
    Online course (Your  Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    SDK-AS 11 (Ioannis Kompsopoulos)
    Date: Wed and Thu 04:00 pm - 05.30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    SDK-AS 12 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 34
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B1.1

    A course for students with basic knowledge who have successfully completed A2.2 level, or have equivalent previous knowledge of the German language. You will practice writing texts about issues of personal and general interest and to use appropriate means of expression while doing so. You will learn how to explain your point of view clearly and how to develop strategies to prevent common grammatical mistakes.

    SDK-AS 13 (Sabine Bähr)
    Date: Tue and Thu 04:00 pm - 5:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22 
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 14 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Tue and Fri 04:00 pm - 05.30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 31
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B1.2

    A course for participants with a good knowledge of German who have successfully completed level B1.1 or have corresponding previous knowledge of the German language. You will learn how to talk about topics of general interest like movies, music, sports, etc. in an independent and confident way. You will learn how to write simple formal letters and longer personal letters, how to report on personal experiences and how to write a logically substantiated opinion about a current issue.

    SDK-AS 15 (Elisabeth Osterhus)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 21
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 16 (Beate Herceg)
    Date: Wed, 02:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Level B2.1

    A course for participants with advanced knowledge of German who have successfully completed level B1.2 or have corresponding previous knowledge of the German language. Based on various types of text, you’ll broaden your strategic competency in listening and reading comprehension. You will also train your oral competence by holding discussions, giving reasoned opinions about facts and giving short presentations. You will also practice writing longer coherent (argumentative) texts on a wide variety of current topics.

    SDK-AS 17 (Jutta Paust)
    Date: Tue and Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 24
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 18 (Jutta Paust)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 24
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B2.2

    This course requires excellent knowledge of German and the successful completion of a B2.1 course or corresponding previous knowledge of German. You will learn how to express yourself clearly and coherently in German in more complex everyday situations and regarding personal areas of interest. You will be able to express and justify your own point of view, regarding current issues, too. You will learn how to write well-structured, detailed descriptions and how to summarize, comment on and discuss information and arguments from various sources.

    SDK-AS 19 (Angelika Thiele)
    Date: Tue and Thu 07:30 - 09:00 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B2.2/C1

    This course requires excellent knowledge of German and the successful completion of a B2.1 course with very good results or language skills at a completed B2 level. You will learn to follow longer, even non-structured conversations and to understand and summarize lectures. You will use the German language effectively and flexibly in social and professional life and understand complex facts or literary texts. In addition, you will train to express yourself clearly and in a well-structured way in writing and to present your point of view in detail.

    SDK-AS 21 (Isabelle Scholtysek)
    Date: Mon and Wed 06:00 - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 31
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Online registration for international students is possible from October 11, 2022 to October 13, 2022 on the www.pro-integration.de2222322223223 website.

    Registration for courses is binding!

    For visiting international academics and doctoral students

    These courses can be attended by doctoral students and visiting academics. If you obtain a doctorate at the University of Bonn but are not enrolled as a student in a doctoral program yet, please contact Sandra Papel or Sonja Hammer in good time before the registration opens.

    The courses are subject to a fee.

    • For doctoral students: free of charge
    • For visiting international academics, postdocs: € 180 

    Reimbursement of course fees: Unfortunately, reimbursement of course fees is not possible once courses have started!

    Level A1.1

    A course for participants with little or no previous knowledge of the German language. Here, you will learn basic communication skills, how to find your way in everyday situations, and how to ask and answer simple questions. Besides basic vocabulary and techniques of verbal expression about topics like family, work, leisure time and nutrition, you will also gain insights into numbers, prices and times of day in German. You will practice reporting on everyday events in the present tense in simply structured sentences..

    SDK-AS 2 (Kinga Ruschke)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 3 (Tania Förster)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level A1.2

    A course for beginners with little previous knowledge who have successfully completed level A1.1 or have relevant previous knowledge of the German language. You will learn to understand continuous texts (e.g. letters) and advertisements (e.g. advertisements for apartments and jobs) and to hold simple conversations about past or present situations of your day-to-day life (including about daily routine and work, describing apartments, finding your way in a department store or scheduling an appointment with a doctor).

    SDK-AS 5 (Tania Förster)
    Date: Tue and Wed 07:45 pm - 09.15 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    SDK-AS 6 (Kinga Ruschke)
    Date: Tue and Wed 07:45 pm - 09.15 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level A2.1

    A course for students with basic knowledge of the German language who have successfully completed A1.2 level, or have equivalent previous knowledge of the German language.
    You will learn how to understand and write continuous texts and to hold simple discussions about past or present situations (including discussing time at school, listing pros and cons, asking for information on the phone, giving directions).

    SDK-AS 8 (Iryna Fisiak)
    Date: Mon and Thu 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 21, 2022

    SDK-AS 9 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Mon and Thu 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Online course (Your  Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 21, 2022

    Level A2.2

    A course for participants with extended basic knowledge who have successfully completed level A2.1 or have corresponding previous knowledge of the German language. In this course, you will practice dealing with everyday communication situations (including expressing own wishes, needs and interests and asking your communication partners). You will repeat and expand basic vocabulary about topics like education, career, living and traveling.

    SDK-AS 10 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Wed and Thu 04:00 pm - 05.30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    SDK-AS 12 (Tonia Marisescu)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 34
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B1.1

    A course for students with basic knowledge who have successfully completed A2.2 level, or have equivalent previous knowledge of the German language. You will practice writing texts about issues of personal and general interest and to use appropriate means of expression while doing so. You will learn how to explain your point of view clearly and how to develop strategies to prevent common grammatical mistakes.

    SDK-AS 13 (Sabine Bähr)
    Date: Tue and Thu 04:00 pm - 5:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 22 
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B1.2

    A course for participants with a good knowledge of German who have successfully completed level B1.1 or have corresponding previous knowledge of the German language. You will learn how to talk about topics of general interest like movies, music, sports, etc. in an independent and confident way. You will learn how to write simple formal letters and longer personal letters, how to report on personal experiences and how to write a logically substantiated opinion about a current issue.

    SDK-AS 15 (Elisabeth Osterhus)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 21
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B2.1

    A course for participants with advanced knowledge of German who have successfully completed level B1.2 or have corresponding previous knowledge of the German language. Based on various types of text, you’ll broaden your strategic competency in listening and reading comprehension. You will also train your oral competence by holding discussions, giving reasoned opinions about facts and giving short presentations. You will also practice writing longer coherent (argumentative) texts on a wide variety of current topics.

    SDK-AS 18 (Jutta Paust)
    Date: Tue and Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 24
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B2.2

    This course requires excellent knowledge of German and the successful completion of a B2.1 course or corresponding previous knowledge of German. You will learn how to express yourself clearly and coherently in German in more complex everyday situations and regarding personal areas of interest. You will be able to express and justify your own point of view, regarding current issues, too. You will learn how to write well-structured, detailed descriptions and how to summarize, comment on and discuss information and arguments from various sources.

    SDK-AS 19 (Angelika Thiele)
    Date: Tue and Thu 07:30 pm - 09:00 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Level B2.2/C1

    This course requires excellent knowledge of German and the successful completion of a B2.1 course with very good results or language skills at a completed B2 level. You will learn to follow longer, even non-structured conversations and to understand and summarize lectures. You will use the German language effectively and flexibly in social and professional life and understand complex facts or literary texts. In addition, you will train to express yourself clearly and in a well-structured way in writing and to present your point of view in detail.

    SDK-AS 21 (Isabelle Scholtysek)
    Date: Mo and Wed 06:00 - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 31
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Online registration for doctoral students and visiting international academics is possible from October 06, 2022 to October 07, 2022 on the www.pro-integration.de22222223 website.

    Registration for courses is binding!


    Special Topic Courses

    The content and language of the special topic courses focus on specific topics in German life, history and culture. They can also focus on training various skills.

    For international students

    These extra-curricular courses can be attended by enrolled international students who do not need to show proof of having passed a German language examination which certifies sufficient German skills for admission to a degree program at a German university (e.g. DSH or GFL).

    The courses are free of charge.

    Subject: My image of Germany – a practical regional and cultural studies course

    Starting with Bonn’s famous sights and personalities, you’ll get to know all corners of Germany and the German people and improve your German language skills. One excursion is included, e.g. to Dragon’s Rock (Drachenfels) or House of History (Haus der Geschichte).

    Level A2/B1 (Sabine Bähr)
    Date: Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 23
    Starts: April, 20, 2022

    Subject: Practical pronunciation training (phonetics) (Sabine Bähr)

    Improve your pronunciation in order to be better understood and communicate successfully – with exercises in “free speaking” as well as reading aloud and presenting texts.

    Level A2/B1 
    Date: Mon 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 31
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: Communicative grammar (Tonia Marisescu)

    You practice grammar in the form of communicative situations (e.g. daily routine, talking about a party, describing a person) and you’ll use these during language games.

    Level A2/B1 
    Date: Fri 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 34
    Starts: April 22, 2022

    Subject: Next stop: Germany! (Ioannis Giagkos)

    This course is about the country you are now in - its history, culture and society. How the German became what they are today, and what makes them "tick". History, politics, education, media...and more.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: Mon 06:00 - 07:30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: German and art (Dr. Andrea Lax-Küten)

    Learn German in a different way: Be creative and get a brief glimpse into the history of German art, literature and film in this creative art workshop, using quotes and texts by German-speaking authors, from movies and music, fine art and painting works.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: Tue 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 23
    Starts: April 26, 2022

    Subject: German for Economists (Uta Brus)

    Participants hold discussion about economic topics using a range of up-to-date articles from various journals and newspapers, TV programs, videos and podcasts, thereby extending their economics vocabulary.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: Mon 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 24
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: Sustainability: dialogue about the future - a self-learning course on eCampus (tutor)

    In this vocabulary course you will get to know the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and see what role they play in our everyday life. By studying different learning modules, you will learn and train a comprehensive vocabulary around the topic of "sustainability". This self-learning course on eCampus is tutored by a language trainer and three live sessions will take place during the semester.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: anytime
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Subject: Contemporary discourses in media, science and research (Isabelle Scholtysek)

    You’ll work with vocabulary, reading and audio texts from trade journals, newspaper articles, TV shows, podcasts and Internet contributions. You’ll discuss various up-to-the-minute topics and write your own contributions for (specialized) magazines, record short videos or create podcasts. An excursion is included, e.g. to the German overseas TV and radio station Deutsche Welle (DW).

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 33
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Subject: Advanced Grammer (Angelika Thiele)

    "Now this would interest you...". In this course you get to review what you know and practice new grammar, topics, expanding your communicative and expressive range. "You are going to love it!"

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Thu 05:45 pm - 07:15 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 33
    Starts: April 21, 2022

    Subject: Give presentations confidently and discuss convincingly (Angelika Thiele)

    In this course, you gather content from various speeches and practice presentation techniques; you train speaking freely without notes and focus on your pronunciation during short presentations in German in front of an audience. You will also discuss topical issues and/or speeches and work independently to prepare short presentations, thereby extending your vocabulary and improving your listening comprehension.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Tue 05:45 pm - 07:15 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Subject: Do you speak scientific German? – German in an academic context (Rita Bildstein)

    This course puts core focus on communication in an academic setting in various situations: You’ll practice listening and reading strategies based on a typical scientific types of texts and in the process, you’ll compare scientific and colloquial language; you’ll learn note-taking/writing techniques and write summaries, text comments, etc. During discussions on a variety of studies-related topics, you’ll expand your university vocabulary and practice oral expression, too.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 33
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Subject: German for Professionals (Julia Roos)

    In this course, participants learn how to apply for jobs in German language environments, increasing their chances of successfully starting their career in German-speaking countries.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Mon 09:00 am - 10.30 am
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: Germany between the past and the present - a self-learning course on eCampus

    Immerse yourself in 20th century German history, from the Third Reich to the German reunification in 1990, and talk about the various repercussions still ongoing today and how we deal with this. In this vocabulary course you will learn and practise important terms related to Germany's history. This self-learning course on eCampus is tutored by a language trainer and three live sessions will take place during the semester.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: anytime
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Online registration for international students is possible from October 12, 2022  to October 13, 2022 on the www.pro-integration.de2222222322 website.

    Registration for courses is binding!

    For visiting international academics and doctoral students

    These courses can be attended by doctoral students and visiting academics. If you obtain a doctorate at the University of Bonn but are not enrolled as a student in a doctoral program yet, please contact Sandra Papel or Sonja Hammer in good time before the registration opens (Contact).

    The courses are subject to a fee.

    • For doctoral students: free of charge
    • For visiting international academics, postdocs: € 100 (or € 180 when booking two courses). The eLearning-courses (SDGs and Germany between the past and the present) are free of charge!

    Reimbursement of course fees: Unfortunately, reimbursement of course fees is not possible once courses have started!

    Subject: My image of Germany – a practical regional and cultural studies course (Sabine Bähr)

    Starting with Bonn’s famous sights and personalities, you’ll get to know all corners of Germany and the German people and improve your German language skills. One excursion is included, e.g. to Dragon’s Rock (Drachenfels) or House of History (Haus der Geschichte).

    Level A2/B1 
    Date: Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 23
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Subject: Practical pronunciation training (phonetics) (Sabine Bähr)

    Improve your pronunciation in order to be better understood and communicate successfully – with exercises in “free speaking” as well as reading aloud and presenting texts.

    Level A2/B1 
    Date: Mon 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 31
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: Communicative grammar (Tonia Marisescu)

    You practice grammar in the form of communicative situations (e.g. daily routine, talking about a party, describing a person) and you’ll use these during language games.

    Level A2/B1 
    Date: Fri 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 34
    Starts: April 22, 2022

    Subject: Next stop: Germany! (Ioannis Giagkos)

    This course is about the country you are now in - its history, culture and society. How the German became what they are today, and what makes them "tick". History, politics, education, media...and more.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: Mon 06:00 - 07:30 pm
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: German and art (Dr. Andrea Lax-Küten)

    Learn German in a different way: Be creative and get a brief glimpse into the history of German art, literature and film in this creative art workshop, using quotes and texts by German-speaking authors, from movies and music, fine art and painting works.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: Tue 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 23
    Starts: April 26, 2022

    Subject: German for Economists (Uta Brus)

    Participants hold discussion about economic topics using a range of up-to-date articles from various journals and newspapers, TV programs, videos and podcasts, thereby extending their economics vocabulary.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: Mon 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 3rd floor, room 24
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: Sustainability: dialogue about the future - a self-learning course on eCampus (tutor)

    In this vocabulary course you will get to know the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and see what role they play in our everyday life. By studying different learning modules, you will learn and train a comprehensive vocabulary around the topic of "sustainability". This self-learning course on eCampus is tutored by a language trainer and three live sessions will take place during the semester.

    Level B1/B2 
    Date: anytime
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Subject: Contemporary discourses in media, science and research (Isabelle Scholtysek)

    You’ll work with vocabulary, reading and audio texts from trade journals, newspaper articles, TV shows, podcasts and Internet contributions. You’ll discuss various up-to-the-minute topics and write your own contributions for (specialized) magazines, record short videos or create podcasts. An excursion is included, e.g. to the German overseas TV and radio station Deutsche Welle (DW).

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Wed 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 33
    Starts: April 20, 2022

    Subject: Advanced Grammar (Angelika Thiele)

    "Now this would interest you...". In this course you get to review what you know and practice new grammar, topics, expanding your communicative and expressive range. "You are going to love it!"

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Thu 05:45 pm - 07:15 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 33
    Starts: April 21, 2022

    Subject: Give presentations confidently and discuss convincingly (Angelika Thiele)

    In this course, you gather content from various speeches and practice presentation techniques; you train speaking freely without notes and focus on your pronunciation during short presentations in German in front of an audience. You will also discuss topical issues and/or speeches and work independently to prepare short presentations, thereby extending your vocabulary and improving your listening comprehension.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Tue 05:45 pm - 07:15 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 32
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Subject: Do you speak scientific German? – German in an academic context (Rita Bildstein)

    This course puts core focus on communication in an academic setting in various situations: You’ll practice listening and reading strategies based on a typical scientific types of texts and in the process, you’ll compare scientific and colloquial language; you’ll learn note-taking/writing techniques and write summaries, text comments, etc. During discussions on a variety of studies-related topics, you’ll expand your university vocabulary and practice oral expression, too.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: Wed 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
    Adenauerallee 10, 4th floor, room 33
    Starts: April 20, 2022


    Subject: German for Professionals (Julia Roos)

    In this course, participants learn how to apply for jobs in German language environments, increasing their chances of successfully starting their career in German-speaking countries.

    Level B2/C1
    Date: Mon 09:00 am - 10.30 am
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 25, 2022

    Subject: Germany between the past and the present - a self-learning course on eCampus

    Immerse yourself in 20th century German history, from the Third Reich to the German reunification in 1990, and talk about the various repercussions still ongoing today and how we deal with this. In this vocabulary course you will learn and practise important terms related to Germany's history. This self-learning course on eCampus is tutored by a language trainer and three live sessions will take place during the semester.

    Level B2/C1 
    Date: anytime
    Online course (Your Uni-ID is required!)
    Starts: April 19, 2022

    Online registration for doctoral students and visiting international academic is possible from October 6, 2022 to October 7, 2022 on the www.pro-integration.de2222222322 website.

    Registration for courses is binding!

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    We provide help and advice to students seeking to work independently to learn German. Working together, we draw up tailor-made learning strategies. Contact us if you have questions about your language level or need help choosing a course.

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