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German courses for international researchers

Course German A1.1
Target audience

International doctoral and postdoctoral researchers. professors and visiting scholars

Dates

07.04.20 - 15.07.20
every Tuesday and Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Place Heinrich Heine University; Building 24.21.03.82
Fees Participation is free of charge. Registration until 15.04.20 - here.
Course German A1.2
Target audience

International doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, professors and visiting scholars

Dates

14.04.20 - 21.07.20
every Tuesday 4:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Place Heinrich Heine University; Building 25.22.U1.33
Fees Participation is free of charge. Registration until 15.04.20 - here.
Course German A2
Target audience

International doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, professors and visiting scholars

Dates

08.04.20 - 15.07.20
every Wednesday 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Place Heinrich Heine University; Building 24.21.01.82
Fees Participation is free of charge. Registration until 15.04.20 - here.

Description:

Elementary level A1.1: This course provides participants who have no or only very little previous knowledge of German with basic communicative skills in spoken and written German. In addition, the course will give an introduction into the structure of the German higher education system. 4 hours weekly. The course do not count for the curriculum of the graduate academies.

Course Book: Netzwerk A 1, Teil 1, Kurs- uns Arbeitsbuch

Lecturer: Jessica van Geul

Advanced level A1.2: This course provides participants who have previous knowledge of German of A.1.1 level with advanced communicative skills in spoken and written German. In addition, the course will give an introduction into the structure of the German higher education system. 4 hours weekly. The course do not count for the curriculum of the graduate academies.

Course Book: Netzwerk A 1, Teil 2, Kurs- uns Arbeitsbuch

Lecturer: Olga Pfaffenhausen

Advanced level A2: This course provides participants who have previous knowledge of German of A.1.2 level with advanced communicative skills in spoken and written German. In addition, the course will give an introduction into the structure of the German higher education system. 2 hours weekly. The course do not count for the curriculum of the graduate academies.

Lecturer: Jessica van Geul

 

The courses are realized in co-operation with the Department of German as a Foreign Language and are financed by DAAD with funds from Federal Foreign Office (AA).

Further German classes are offered by the Department of German as a Foreign Language.

International Researcher Center (JUNO)

Universitätsstr. 1
Building 16.11, Level 00, Room 42

Tel.+49-211-81-13405

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