16 Week Semester German Language Course in Germany
Website – www.hs-mittweida.de
German language courses
Foreign applicants, who only need to learn German, receive an admission to the German language course at the Studienkolleg. At the end of the course, they sit the German language examination for university admission (DSH).
- DSH course 1 semester: You speak German on level B2. If so you enroll for 1 semester in our DSH course. At the end of the semester you take a DSH examination.
- DSH course 2 semesters: Your German level is on B1. In this case you enroll in the DSH course for 2 semesters. The course terminates at the second semester with the DSH examination.
- DSH course 3 semesters: You speak German on level A2. Then you enroll for 3 semesters in the DSH course. The course terminates at the third semester with the DSH examination.
Foreign applicants, who only want to take the German examination without attending the language course, may sit the TestDaF examination at the Studienkolleg. Applicants who want to study at other German universities than the University of Mittweida may also be enrolled at the Studienkolleg, but only in a limited amount and depending on the total number of applicants.
- placement test
- DSH-preparatory courses
The DSH-exam consists of a written and an oral section. The written section includes:
- listening comprehension
- reading comprehension
- written production
- comprehension and processing of scientific language structures
DSH-exam fee: 100 Euros
4-day-preparatory crash course for the DSH-exam: 65 euros
DSH-language course fee per semester (1 semester = 16 weeks intensive German): 1,500 Euros. We send you the admission letter to the DSH-language course if we received from you a payment of 100 Euros administrative fee.
We carry back this administrative fee to you in the beginning of the course by reducing your course fee by this amount. You do not pay more as 1,500 Euros in total. The payment of the course fee takes place after your arrival.