General

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages provides recommendations which shall help to transparently create comparable, demand oriented standards for students’ foreign language acquisition, application, as well as competence.

In regard to the organization of the Common European Framework of Reference, all listed European language tests are divided into six levels of difficulty; through this manner, offers for studying foreign languages made by various institutions are more easily comparable to each other. Beginning with level A1, you will learn to understand and use every day expressions and simple sentences, while slowly and clearly learning how to introduce yourself to others and asking them questions. This being the easiest level, Sprachakademie offers you different language levels up to C1.

What is there to imagine?

The subject area of the A1 level covers the following content:

  • Confidence in understanding and using every day expressions and simple sentences
  • Being able to slowly and clearly explain yourself, also about specific subjects
  • Introducing yourself to others
  • Asking questions

In contrast, the C1 level demands standards such as:

  • Fluid handling of the language without having to distinctly search for words
  • Being able to understand, reflect over, and express demanding texts and complex themes
  • Differentiation between implied and included content with clear meaning, structure, and detailed, specific expressions
Why learn German?

Similar to what Frank Harris, an Irish-English author, once said, „Each new language is like an open window, which opens a new view of the world and expands one’s view of life.“ Let us open the window to the German language and dive into the new world of the unknown together!

Let’s begin with a short introduction of German. German is a language which is spoken by approximately 105 million people as a native language and used by at least 80 million people as a foreign language. German is spoken in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, and Luxemburg.

German is surely neither as melodic as French, as expressive as Italian, nor as commonly used as English. Its grammatical precision and syntactical abstraction have demanded German philosophers, poets, authors, and scientists in mentally top shape. However, the works of Leibniz, Kant, Hegel and Nietzsche in philosophy; Goethe, Schiller and Heine in poetry; Mann, Böll and Hesse in literature; and Einstein, Gutenberg and Reis in science have been coined throughout the world. The works of their age have changed and improved our world and belong to the same cultural inheritance – Trust us and make the jump to German!>

One German expression says, “The best German is that which comes from the heart.” Let your heart speak and come to us – our doors are always open. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Course planning

Course times

Monday - Friday from 09:00 - 12:15 clock (A1 to C1 and Studienkolleg)
Monday - Friday from 13:30 - 16:45 clock (DSH preparation)
(20 lesson hours per week, 4 lesson hours daily)

 

Tutorial

On 2 days a week from 13.30 bis 15.00 clock

 

Cinema

Wednesdays at 12:30 clock (see schedule)

 

1 Level  = 8 weeks (2 months)

A total of 160 lesson hours plus additional approximately
50 lesson hours homework care per stage (voluntarily)

 

Processing fee (registration fee)

€ 35.00 -     The processing fee is a one time fee and is with

                    the Initial registration to pay.
€ 150.00 -   in a foreign registration (documents for visa).

 

7-level course system

Elementary I (A1)
Elementary II (A2)
Elementary III (B1)
Intermediate I (B2)
Intermediate II (C1)
DSH preparatory course
Studienkolleg preparatory course

 

Levels A1 to C1 (Level = 8 weeks)

A1 (Elementary I)
300.00 € / month + € 32.00 Books
Books: Lagune 1 (by Hueber)

 

A2 (Elementary II)
300.00 € / month + € 32.00 Books
Books: Lagune 2 (by Hueber)

 

B1 (Elementary III)
300.00 € / month + € 34.00 Books
Books: em neu Brückenkurs (by Hueber)

 

B2 (Intermediate I)
300.00 € / month + € 34.00 Books
Books: em neu Hauptkurs (by Hueber)

 

C1 (Intermediate II)
300.00 € / month + € 34.00 Books
Books: em neu Abschlusskurs (by Hueber)

 

DSH preparatory course (6 weeks)
€ 600.00 - 120 lesson hours
Exercises and texts in the form of copies

 

Studienkolleg preparatory course (6 weeks)
€ 600.00 - 120 hours
Mathe 2 days, 3 days German
only Mathe € 300.00, only German € 300.00
Exercises and texts in the form of copies

 

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HANNOVER

Hanover – The center of high German

Hanover is the capital of Lower Saxony. In this region, people are known for speking an accent-free "high German.

The Hanover location is particularly important for those who want to pursue further education thanks to the city's four universities, the Medical School, the University of Music, Drama and Media, as well as further specialized colleges.

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Goseriede 12d,
(Verdi Höfe Haus D)
30159 Hannover

Tel.: +49 (511) - 71 00 361
Fax: +49 (511) - 70 10 892
hannover@sprachakademie.org