Summer Semester 2017

Online registration: important information

Please note:

If this is your first German course at our Language Centre, you need to take part in a placement test before signing up for a course.


To sign up for a course,

please go to the German page and click on the course of your choice in the timetable. 

From 4 to 9 April 2017 the link will take you directly to a bilingual registration form.

Course system level A

Level A is the first level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It includes the sublevels A 1.1 (for absolute beginners), A 1.2, A 2.1 and A 2.2.

All A-courses can be attended during the semester as well as the intensive courses in March and September. This enables students who enter the course system as absolute beginners to get to level A 2.2 within one academic year. 

Target levelRequirements
A 1.1none
A 1.2Placement test or A 1.1 course
A 2.1Placement test or A 1.2 course
A 2.2Placement test or A 2.1 course

Kurse A1 + A2

DaF A 1.1 

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 12.30

Gruppe 1 

Gruppe 2
13.30 - 16.45

 

DaF A 1.2

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 10.45Gruppe 2
11.00 - 12.30
13.30 - 15.00Gruppe 1
15.15 - 16.45

DaF A 2.1

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 12.30
13.30 - 16.45

Gruppe 1 + 2

DaF A 2.2

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 10.45
11.00 - 12.30Gruppe 2
13.30 - 15.00Gruppe 1
15.15 - 16.45

Course system for target levels B 1 and B 2

Level B is the second level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It includes the sublevels B1 and B 2.

The course system consists of five modules. To reach target level B 1 or B 2, at least four modules need to be attended and finished successfully. By attending modules during the semester as well as during the intensive courses in March and September, the target level B 1 or B 2 can be reached within one academic year.

Stundenplan

DaF: Zielniveau B 1.1 

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
07.30 - 09.00Gruppe 2, Teil 1Gruppe 2, Teil 2
09.15 - 12.30Gruppe 1
13.30 -  6.45 

Gruppe 3
(voll)

DaF: Zielniveau B 1.2 

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 12.30
13.30 - 16.45Gruppe 1Gruppe 2

DaF: Zielniveau B 1 Plus, Teil 1

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
07.30 - 09.00 
09.15 - 12.30
13.30 - 16.45Gruppe 1

DaF: Zielniveau B 1 Plus, Teil 2

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
07.30 - 09.00 
09.15 - 12.30Gruppe 1

DaF: Zielniveau B 2 

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 12.30Gruppe 1
15.15 - 18.30Gruppe 2

 

 

Course System C 1

Level C is the third level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It includes the sublevels C1 and C 2.

The course system consists of five modules. To reach target level C 1, at least four modules need to be attended and finished successfully. By attending modules during the semester as well as during the intensive courses in March and September, the target level C 1 can be reached within one academic year.

C 1 Kurse

UhrzeitMontagDienstagMittwochDonnerstagFreitag
09.15 - 12.30 Gruppe 2
13.30 - 16.45 Gruppe 1
18.45 - 20.15Sprache und Kultur

Außerdem:
DaF C 1 online: Schreiben

Vorbesprechung am 11.04.2017, 13 Uhr




3 steps to register for a course

1. Placement test

Students who wish to skip the beginner course are required to take a language assessment test (placement test). The results of the test are valid for two years. Those, who wish to skip ahead to a more advanced level without taking the courses in succession, are also required to take a placement test.

See the grey info box on the right for the upcoming placement test dates.

2. Registration

Students register for courses online. The registration period is indicated in the grey info box on the right. During this period, go to the course schedule table and click on the course in which you wish to enroll; this will take you to the registration form.

3. Payment of course fee

The registration process is completed with payment of the course fee. The dates during which you need to come to the language centre to pay the course fee are indicated in the grey info box on the right. 

The course fee is 30€ (10€ per credit point). You will be reimbursed if you submit the language course credits in your grade report (Notenspiegel) in accordance with the regulations of your degree Programme (cf. Fee Reimbursment). These courses are free of charge for exchange students of the Liszt School of Music (HfM). However, students of the Liszt School of Music (HfM) still need to come to the Language Centre during the two days of the Payment of Course fee period and sign their registration.

The course fees may only be paid by Thoska card.


Guest students
Guest students are charged € 60. Guests may only attend courses if there are free spaces available. Therefore, guests may only register between 4.30 pm and 5 pm on the second day of the payment period. The dates of the payment period are indicated in the grey info box on the right.