Test A, B, or C
from Oct. 14, 9:00
To register for courses you need to take a placement test. The result of the test (score value) shows, on which language level you can choose courses.
Complete Beginner A1: You don’t need to take a placement test.
Choose your test:
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Online placement test for Erasmus, Exchange und BA-students on the German levels A1.2 und A2.1/A2.2
You have missed the placement test?
Please contact us:
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Beginners' Early Bird and Evening Classes for international Guest Researchers, Postdocs, Ph.D. and MA-Students in English language degree courses (Level A1 and A2).
The placement test for these classes is based on the course book we are using (DaF Kompakt Neu, A1-B1). Please find link in separate section Placement and registration: German Beginners' Courses for International Postdocs, PH.D. / M.A. Students and Guest Researchers below on this webpage.
central test for all from level A2/B1 and above
Test dates for the online test are over. Please contact us if you missed the test.
What does my test score mean?
Advising and help with course selection
Between October 11 and October 18, course advising will take place on ZOOM. Our teachers will help you find the right courses. Please take the placement test before the advising.
Registration week: Thursday, October 14 (from 9:00) through Wednesday, Oktober 20.
You will find the registration form here on this page on Thursday, October 14, 9.00 am.
Welcome to our online registration for Early Bird and Evening Classes German!
We offer classes mainly for complete beginners (A1.1 / A1.2 European Framework of Reference). You can choose between our Early Bird courses (no. 2) or the Evening Classes (no. 4).
There are also a few places available for participants who would like to continue training German at a beginners’ level (A1.2, A2.1, A2.2). These places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis, according to placement test results.
Registration week: Monday, October 11 (from 9:00) through Monday, October 18.
3 Steps to Registration:
Step 1 Take the placement test at your current level (A1 or A2) save the results sent back to you by email:
This test is obligatory for the Early Bird and Evening classes – unless you are a complete beginner. You can take the test well in advance of our registration week (but don't be tempted to let others help you - to get a place in our courses, your test results should correspond to your actual level). Have the test results ready to include in the application form.
Step 2 Fill in the online application form. The link to our online form will become available from this webpage as of Monday, October 11, 9h:
We will review all applications by the end of the first week of term (Friday, October 22). You will then receive a message via email to let you know if we can offer you a place at your level, including detailed information for making your payment (140,00 € course fee). Courses start the following week (as of October 25/26).
Step 3 If you are offered a place, your teachers will contact you with details for your first meeting in class.