Course III - Business German
GeR/CEF ≥ B2.1*
The course Deutsch als Wirtschaftssprache (WiDaF) is designed specifically for non-native speakers of German with professional or study-related interests in the German business world. Our special language program is tailored to students pursuing a degree in economics or business, to young professionals preparing for the German job market and to people working for German companies in their home countries.
The course focuses on language practice embedded in the wider context of German business, German economy and German culture, including contemporary social and political aspects.
Course material will be provided in class.
All classes are suited for participants with a sound knowledge of German (GeR/CEF levels ≥ B2.1).
German language proficiency is the major factor in course placement and knowledge of business plays only a minor role.
Core classes are held weekdays in the morning for 20 hours per week. Classes consist of two modules, as follows: one language core module (WiDaF-SM) and one elective module (WiDaF-WMB) which, upon your arrival, you enroll in according to your individual interests. For further details on elective modules, please refer to the German version.
Class size is about 10 to 16.
Complementary classes are offered in the early morning and in the afternoon.
Upon completion of course Deutsch als Wirtschaftssprache, all participants receive a certificate of attendance. Additional diplomas are issued to those who pass the written examination. The diploma is equivalent to 4 credit points on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
* GeR/CEF: Gemeinsamer europäischer Referenzrahmen
Common European Framework
This program may be subject to change.