German A1-B1 Integration - Alpha

You don't speak German yet and would like to learn general language skills at the B1 level? Then register for an integration course!

You can take part in a state-funded German course if you are a foreigner with a residence permit, a German citizen with a migration background, an EU citizen and/or a late resettler.

This language course covers important topics from everyday life: Shopping, living, school, work and occupation, care and parenting, leisure and social contacts, media and media use. You will learn how to write letters and e-mails, how to fill in forms and make phone calls in German.

You will complete the language course with the German Test for Immigrants (Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer – DTZ), which certifies your B1 language level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Course Characteristics - Integration:

- Duration: 600 lessons (approx. 6 months)

- Schedule: Monday - Friday, 4 to 5 lessons daily (morning, afternoon or evening)

- Style: On-site training or online language course (video conference)

- Participants: 15-25 persons

- Target level: B1 (German Test for Immigrants A2/B1)

- Price: Free of charge (funded by BAMF or BA) or proportionate contribution to costs (2,20 € per teaching unit)

Course Characteristics - Alpha:

- Duration: 1,200 teaching units (approx. 12 months)

- Schedule: Monday - Friday, 4 to 5 lessons daily (morning, afternoon or evening)

- Style: On-site training

- Participants: 12-16 persons

- Target level: B1 (German Test for Immigrants A2/B1)

- Price: Free of charge (funded by BAMF or BA) or proportionate contribution to costs (2,20 € per lesson)

Integration courses: Course/exam overview

Do you want to register for this course or do you have any questions? We are looking forward to your messages! Please contact us here.

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