Preliminary Course "Protestant Theology (Intensive Language Course Greek)"

Course description

This intensive language course is a great opportunity to acquire the first part of the required foreign language skills in (ancient) Greek before you even begin your studies in Protestant Theology. Given that this is an intensive course, participation only makes sense if you have no other commitments throughout the duration of the course and if you are prepared to invest at least 50 hours per week for the course units and for preparation and follow-up study.

The subsequent course parts Greek II and Greek III will be offered in the summer semester lecture period (April to June) and in the lecture-free period following the summer semester (July to August). They lead to the “Graecum” examination, which students take before the Cologne Regional Board.

Please note that the instruction language is German. For more information on this course, see the list of summer semester courses for Protestant Theology in the electronic course catalog under Protestant Theology ► Church Examination (modularized) ► Language courses ► Greek.

  • Protestant Theology (Church Degree/Mag. Theol.)
  • Protestant Theology (Teaching Degree)
  • Protestant Theology and Hermeneutics (BA)



Feb 7 - Mar 18, 2021

  • daily Mo to Fri
  • Location: Faculty of Protestant Theology | Main Building (3rd floor) | Am Hof 1, 53115 Bonn 



Dr. Arnold Becker



Dr. Eike Kohler

0228 / 73-60034


To register for this course, you need to email us at and be enrolled in a degree program or registered as an auditor during the course period (including the winter semester!) 

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