Integration starts here
Integration language course
Learn to speak and write colloquial German with other people.
The aim of this course is to obtain a certificate at the end of the course (A2/B1). This is after the exam taken at the end of the course.
You will take a placement test prior to starting your course. This allows us to suggest one out of the three available courses based on your results.
Immigrants who do not know the Latin alphabet can receive special support and assistance.
The idea of integration courses is to help the students approach functional literacy as much as possible while also teaching them basic German.
Integration courses for young people
We offer courses tailored to the needs of young migrants who no longer have to go to school and who are under the age of 27. These courses aim at preparing students for attending secondary school or starting vocational training.
We offer advanced German courses for anyone who comes to us with good prior knowledge of the German language or for those who have successfully completed the B1 course.
The B2 German course is usually made up of two components. These are taught back to back.
Any immigrant wishing to improve their knowledge of the German language can sign up for our integration language courses. This is subject to certain conditions. We would be more than happy to tell you more about the specific admission criteria.
Start of the course
You can usually join a class within a month.
Schedule of the courses
We offer courses on a full-time and part-time basis (in the morning, afternoon or evening). We would be more than happy to tell you more about the specific admission criteria for this as well.
For further information for “Kursnet” please visit this website.