Welcome at the Language Centre of Salzburg University

The University's Language Centre offers a wide range of language courses from European languages to Arabic and Japanese. Our courses, with a maximum of 20 participants, are open to both students and staff of Salzburg University, The Mozarteum and also to anyone interested in learning a foreign language. Details on registration, fees, language levels and this semesters's programme are available on this website. You can download the programme (in German) below. Should changes to the programme be necessary up-to-date information can be found on our website. Please, check regularly.

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Registrations for language courses in the summer semester 2017 are no longer possible.

German courses for asylum seekers and recognised refugees

Office

Mag. Uta Gruber

Monday to Friday: 9am-12 noon
Monday + Wednesday: 2.30pm  to 5.00pm

 

  • News
    Bart Simpsons butt, the three pigs and even a live ultrasound examination were experienced on stage. In the ARGEculture, which has been completely rebuilt, the spectrum of topics ranged from anthropology to neurolinguistics to wood chemistry. Our consumption behavior was analyzed, as well as our speech tools. A well-preserved and highly informative household book from Mozart's time and a picture of Bansky were objects on hand.
    The Design of Trade Agreements (DESTA) Project of Political Science at the University of Salzburg received first prize from the International Political Economy Society (IPES) for the best dataset in the field of International Political Economy.
    On Thursday, 23 March, at 17:30, the lecture series of the Department of Communication Science and the Center for ICT&S continues with a lecture by Inngrid Paus-Hasebrink (Communication Science) on "Socialization in Digitally Networked Everyday Worlds". Location: Hörsaal 381, Rudolfskai 42.
    Visiting lecturer on Monday, 27 March, 2017, at 18:30, Residenzplatz 1, Abguss-Sammlung SR E.33, Classical and Early Aegean Archeology. Lecturer: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Reimitz, University of Princeton (New Jersey); Department of History.
    Pinzgauer! Heroes - Fools - Pioneers / Portraits from the Province
    At the W&K events, experts are invited to present interesting information on the topic.
    The question of Theological Theology is discussed in four blocks, from 2:30 to 18:00 in HS 103 of the Catholic Theological Faculty (Universitätsplatz 1, Salzburg, 3 OG). Next event: Tues., 4 April, 2017.
    W & K Forum. Tuesday, 4 April, 2017, 19:00 - 20:30, DAS KINO, Gewölbe, Giselakai 11, Salzburg. Filmscreening and conversation with the artist Oliver Ressler. Interviewer: Karolina Radenković, Galerie 5020. Controversies with migration and flight play a central role in contemporary artistic positions, including the work of the Austrian artist and filmmaker Oliver Ressler.
    On 5 April, 2017, Prof. Christian Neuhäuser (TU Dortmund) will give a public lecture on "Anhaltende Armut und die Grenzen des Wohlfahrtsstaates" at the Center for Ethics and Poverty Research.
    The starting point of the guest lecture is a simple statement and a complex question: the Philosophical Society in Salzburg in cooperation with the Salzburg Working Group for Psychoanalysis (SAP)
    Symposium. Wednesday, 17 May, 2017, 14:00 - 19:30, W & K Atelier. Organization & Moderation: Siglinde Lang / Sandra Chatterjee. To be able to participate actively in shaping one's own life is regarded as a fundamental right of civil society and includes the right to cultural participation. But is this participation made use of and fully utilized?
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  • 23.03.17 Vortrag der Salzburger Juristischen Gesellschaft
    24.03.17 Anregen – Vertiefen – Ausbilden. Komponieren im didaktischen Kontext
    24.03.17 Ecological Modelling: a spatial view
    25.03.17 Anregen – Vertiefen – Ausbilden. Komponieren im didaktischen Kontext
    27.03.17 "Being Co-wife in the Eye of Media"
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