Intensive German courses
- A2.1, B1.1 and B2.1 level
- 1 March – 26 March 2021
Registration for the intensive courses in March 2021 is possible until February, 16.
The course fee is 250 euros (according to the "Fees Regulations” of the University of Oldenburg).
External participants (not enrolled) must also apply as a guest student and pay a guest student fee of 120 euros.
Information on the payment methods will be provided on receipt of your registration.
Intensive German courses
During the semester break, we offer intensive courses at various levels. Intensive courses always take place in March and September.
- International students (exchange and degree seeking students)
- International researchers (guest researchers)
- External learners (only if places are available); External learners must register as guest students
- always Monday to Friday
- 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. (5 units per day)
- 100 credit hours (teaching units) in total
- levels A1.1, A2.1, B1.1 and B2.1 (may vary)
- successful completion is worth 6 ECTS credits
- course fee 250,- Euros
If you would like to register for our intensive courses, you must
1. have already successfully completed a German course with us
2. take the placement test.
Scope and content: 100 taught credit hours of reading, listening, speaking, writing, grammar and cultural studies at A2.1 level (CEFR).
Description: This intensive language course is aimed at German learners who are at the beginning of level A2. It serves to consolidate the elementary use of German. The course aims to develop communicative skills. Participants learn to communicate appropriately in basic everyday situations as well as at the university, so that they can communicate in simple, routine situations that involve a simple and direct exchange of information about familiar and common topics.
Scope and content: 100 taught credit hours of reading, listening, speaking, writing, grammar and cultural studies at B1.1 level (CEFR).
Description: This intensive language course is aimed at German learners who are at the beginning of level B1. It forms the transition to the independent use of German. Participants learn to express themselves easily and coherently about familiar topics and personal areas of interest and to report on experiences and events. They learn to describe their dreams, hopes and goals and give brief explanations of these or explanations of their plans and views. Reading comprehension and listening comprehension as well as oral and written expression are developed in a textual and situational manner. Grammar skills are also developed throughout the course.
Scope and content: 100 taught credit hours of reading, listening, speaking, writing, grammar and cultural studies at B2.1 level (CEFR).
Description This general German course builds on knowledge gained at level B1 and serves to consolidate and expand the independent use of German. The course is based on complex written and oral texts. In the area of linguistic production, participants learn to communicate spontaneously and fluently and to express themselves clearly and in detail on a wide range of topics. This includes explaining a point of view on a current issue and identifying the advantages and disadvantages of different options. Grammar skills are also developed throughout the course.