German Intensive Course

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During each summer term, we offer a preparatory German course at DSH-level which entitles international applicants to study at Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences.

The next course will start in the summer semester 2018.

What?
  • German intensive course at DSH-level
  • Technical language for Informatics and Media, Business and Engineering
  • Skills and strategies for success in the academic sector
  • Leisure time program

Upon successful completion of the finals students are admitted to their particular study program at Brandenburg University without further application.

Who?

International applicants with university entrance qualifications and B2-level in German
Please note: Applicants need to pass the entrance test in order to participate in the German course.

Why?
  • Participants are properly enrolled at Brandenburg University during the intensive course.
  • German at DSH-level and technical language as well as general study skills and competences - all in one course!
  • Cutting-edge technoloy in classrooms and labs
  • Practice-oriented programs
  • Excellent ranking
When?

January 31, 2018

Application deadline

February 26th, 2018Entrance test (mandatory)
March 19th, 2018First day of classes
June 14th, 2018Last day of classes
June 18th-22nd, 2018Final examinations

Please note: Applicants who need to apply for a visa should contact Uni-Assist as early as possible in order to arrive on time for the entrance test. Contact us in case of any problem. We will be happy to help.

Fees?
Course fee595 EUR (Classes and leisure time activities)
Examination fee75 EUR

In addition, participants need to pay the semester fee which includes a semester ticket for the public transportation in Berlin and Brandenburg state.

How?

Prospective students apply via Uni-Assist.
Here you can download a guideline for the application process at Uni-Assist.

Contact

deutschplus(at)th-brandenburg.de
University of Applied Sciences
Center for International Affairs and Languages (ZIS)

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