The language level is determined by a language certificate or placement test at the time of registration. For rough orientation: Students of the English-language degree programs usually enter with German language skills at level A2 and start with German Language and Culture 2. Successful completion of German Language and Culture 2 entitles students to participate in Technical German 1 etc.
Introduction to German Language and Culture (all levels)
When & Where:
What: Arrival - language practice - culture - placement counselling semester courses.
Trainers: Verena Gruber & Barbara Lembcke
No registration necessary.
You are very welcome! You can attend both sessions: If you can only make it to one session, that's fine too. This is about arriving, about language and culture, and about the placement and registration counselling for the German courses. We look forward to seeing you!
DaF: German Language and Culture 1 (DaF: GLC1 / 4 SWS / interdisciplinary*)
Thr 17:15 - 18:45 h + Sa 9:00 - 12:30 h / in person in room A2.04 / Andy Heusinger / Start: 20.10.22
DaF: German Language and Culture 2 (DaF: GLC2 / 4 SWS / interdisciplinary*)
Mo 17:15 - 18:45 h (in person in A2.04) + Thr 17:15 - 18:45 h (online) / Nelia Edelmann, Dr. / Start: 17.10.22
DaF: Technisches Deutsch 1 (DaF: TD1 / 2 SWS / interdisciplinary*)
Mo 17:15 - 18:45 h / in person in room A2.02 / Barbara Lembcke, M.A. / Start: 17.10.22
DaF: Technisches Deutsch 2 (DaF: TD2 / 2 SWS / interdisciplinary*)
Mo 17:15 - 18:45 h / in person in room A2.03 / Silke Schiegl / Start: 17.10.22
DaF: Kommunizieren und Präsentieren (DaF: KuP / 2 SWS / interdisciplinary*)
Wed 17:15 - 18:45 h / online and in person on 02.11., 07.12. and 18.01. in room A2.04 / Wolfgang Langsenlehner, M.A. / Start: 19.10.22
Subject to change
* appears under study programme: AW at www.splan.fh-rosenheim.de/
Registration via e-mail to sprachenzentrum including: @th-rosenheim.de
No current language certificate available? The result of an honest online assessment can also be submitted, e.g. at https://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/eks/DaF-A1-C1/ .
|When||Summer semester||Winter semester|
|registration||01.02. - 20.03.||01.08. - 10.10.21|
|Start of Courses||End of March||Mid-October|
|End of Courses||Mid-July||End of January|
|Where||online live-lessons (zoom) and face-to-face classes|
|For whom||all German learners at TH Rosenheim*|
|Requirements||Indication of your level. Please attach your latest German language certificate when inscribing|
We recommend all international students to learn German in order to make your daily and student life easier.
For further inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We are looking forward to seeing you in your German class! Stay healthy and keep well!
If you are not a student of TH Rosenheim, the regulations auditing courses apply for you.
Please read them before contacting us for further inquiry. Thank you!
If your start of studies at the TH Rosenheim, exchange or your entry is postponed due to the current COVID regulations and you would like to start learning German before your arrival, this is usually possible.
Welcome to TH Rosenheim. We offer a small number of German courses for our students during their studies.
If your language level is suitable and places are available, participation in our German courses is free of charge for refugees as guest students.
Send an email to sprachenzentrum including: @th-rosenheim.de
For further infomation for refugee students click here
1. VHS Rosenheim
Offers e.g. general integration courses (BAMF) beginning from the basics (full-time) and job-related language courses with different target language levels from A2 to B2 (full-time).
4. in Munich: Deutschkurse bei der Universität München
You would like to take a language exam for admission to studies? Find out more: www.th-rosenheim.de/en/studies/language-centre/language-admission-requirements/