UdK Berlin offers German courses for international UdK students who are enrolled for a limited period of time and need to provide proof of B2 or C1 German language skills. General information about German courses at UdK can be found here: https://www.udk-berlin.de/service/deutschkurse/
Applicants who have been offered a place at the UdK can register for a German course. Students from other universities or other interested persons can unfortunately not participate in the German courses.
Yes, if there are free places, you can participate in the UdK German courses. However, priority in registration is given to students who need a language certificate for their studies at UdK.
Exchange students can participate in a free OLS online language course (A1/A2) and also receive ECTS credits there.
You can contact the International Office for more information and advice.
No. The UdK German courses finish with an exam. The results are then submitted to IPA (Admissions and Exams Office) as proof of language proficiency.
No, unfortunately not. Only UdK students who are already enrolled can take part in the UdK German courses.
If you have not yet taken a B1 course, you can register for the B1.2 course at UdK. This course is an ideal preparation for the B2 course, in which you can then obtain the B2 language certificate.
Please contact the course administrator Barbara Schmarsow: email@example.com
You will see the confirmation of receipt directly when you register. After the registration deadline (the date is stated in the course description), we will inform you by e-mail whether you have a place in the course.
We will send you the invoice by e-mail within 14 days after the registration deadline. The registration deadline is stated in the course description.
Yes. If you cancel your registration by the registration deadline (date is stated in the course description), only a cancellation fee of €25 is due.
If you cancel after the registration deadline, you will have to pay the full course fee (€200).
You can find the complete terms and conditions here (in German only): www.ziw.udk-berlin.de/nc/de/weiterbildungsangebote/zertifikatskurse-seminare-workshops/agb/
No. The UdK exam is an internal exam and is accepted by IPA (Admissions and Exams Office) as proof of language proficiency. However, it is not an official exam like DSH / TestDaF / Goethe / telc.
Yes. UdK students can take specialist language courses as part of Studium Generale / Intercultural Mentoring (IKM) and receive ECTS points for them:
- Reading strategies and feedback techniques
- writing training
- Specialized language for music
- Specialized language for theater/stage arts and performance
- Specialized language for architecture and design
- Specialized language for fine arts