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ONLINE COURSE: German in the City

The online syllabus is comprised of traditional language instructions where you can improve your foreign language skills and academic lessons with weekly foci on aspects of German culture and society.


Course periodJune 15, 2020 - July 10, 2020 Session I
Category Language, Literature & Creative Writing
Course levelsBachelor, Master, Ph.D.
LanguageGerman
Class size

about 12 to 18 students per class

Credits and certificate

Participants will receive 8 ECTS credit points after successful completion of the online course. Additionally, six weeks after the end of the online course a Transcript of Records will be issued by Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Application deadline June 1, 2020, or when participant quota is reached
Course fee800.00 Euro | (excl. program fee and discounts)

Online Course Fee

Description

The online syllabus is comprised of traditional language instructions where you can improve your foreign language skills and academic lessons with weekly foci on aspects of German culture and society.

Principles of action-oriented and individual learning are focused in the online course and therefore, interests and motivation of the participants are important conditions. The willingness to question factual knowledge as well as producing creativity and individual perspectives do not only form the work and results of this online course in a special way, but also support the social skills and self-confidence for dealing with the foreign language.

Course Program will be available soon
Course structure

DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE ONLINE COURSE STRUCTURE WILL BE AVAILABLE WITHIN THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

Language skills German: B1 - proof will be required
Student Profile

This course is designed for students of German Studies/ German Literature and all interested students, who do not only want to take language classes, but are also interested in topics concerning culture, literature, theater, history and society.

For optimal success in this course, we require a German fluency level of Advanced (C1/C2) or Average (B1/B2).
The fluency levels of the language test are based on the guidelines set by the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages".

The minimum age requirement is 18 years.

 

Placement in language courses

Preliminary allocation to a certain language level is based on information provided during registration (language self-assessment, questionnaire) and a placement test, which is done online before the course starts or on the first day of the course in written or oral form.

TBA - Qualified language teachers

The lecturers all have academic degrees and international teaching experience. In the varied teaching sessions they are highly committed to the learning progress of the students.

CoordinatorPierre Steuer/ Carmen Opolski/ Sanja Müssig
Contact detailsInternational Department
Unter den Linden 6
10999 Berlin
Germany

huwisu@hu-berlin.de