German as a Foreign Language
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German as a Foreign Language

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German language courses

The following courses in German as a foreign language take place in the summer semester 2020.

These courses are all free of charge and open to all students and staff of the university.

For external interested parties: 3 EUR per lesson, for 12 weeks 4 SW=144 EUR

If you are interested, please contact Daniela Schultz

German for beginners A0/A1 (4 SWS, 5 CP)Open areaClose area

Friday

09:45 - 13:00 o'clock, room 100-408

Lecturer: Adrian Stiglbauer 

Fachdeutsch (2 SWS, 3 CP)Open areaClose area

Monday

15:00 - 16:30 o'clock, room 100-419

Lecturer: Daniela Schultz

Intermediate level A1.1-A2 (4 SWS, 5CP)Open areaClose area

Monday

11:30 - 14:45 o'clock, room 100-408

Lecturer: Daniela Schultz 

Upper Stage B1-C1 (4 SWS, 5 CP)Open areaClose area

Monday

11:30 - 14:45 o'clock, room 100-408

Lecturer: Daniela Schultz

German C1 (4 SWS, 5CP)Open areaClose area

Friday

14 - 17:15 o'clock, room 100-408

Lecturer: Adrian Stiglbauer 

German language examination for university entrance (DSH)

DSH Course und DSH examinationOpen areaClose area

The following examination dates and preparation courses for the German language examination for university admission (DSH) are offered at TH Wildau

Questions and registration with Fiorella Esquivel Manrique

 

DSH preparation courses

Preparation Courses will start in march 2020.

DSH examination

The following exam dates will be offered during summer semester 2020:

June and August.

 

Requirements for participation in the DSH examination for external interested parties: DSH preparation course, completed level C1 or B2 (or DSH1, TestDaF 3)

 

Registration

Please register using the online registration form (in German).


	M.A. Daniela Schultz

Contact person M.A. Daniela Schultz M.A. Daniela Schultz

Tel.: +49 3375 508 262
Email: daniela.schultz@th-wildau.de
Web: https://www.th-wildau.de/daniela-schultz/
House 100, Room 203

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Course level

For information on the levels please see the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages