Course programme and fees

Course programme

The modules and courses of the VPLUS are listed below. Detailed descriptions of the modules including the material, methods and skills to be taught can be found in the curriculum respectively in the NEW curriculum valid from Summer Semester 2019.

Please note

  • The courses are multinational  and have a  maximum of 25 students.
  • A  teaching unit is 45 minutes.

University course for the preparation of supplementary exams

Module Course Sem.Hours (ECTS) Semester
Module 1
  • Language course A2
  • Orientation in the German-speaking academic environment

10 (15)
2 (3)

I
Module 2
  • Language course B1 +
  • German for your studies

10 (15)
4 (6)

II
Module 3
  • Language course B2 +
  • Scientific German: oral and written

10 (15)
4 (6)

III
TOTAL 40 (60)

University course for the preparation of supplementary exams (valid from Summer Semester 2019)

Module Course Sem.Hours (ECTS) Semester
Module 1
  • Language course B1
  • An Introduction to the German Speaking Academic Environment

10 (15)
2 (3)

I
Module 2
  • Language course B1+/B2
  • German in Everday University Life

10 (15)
4 (6)

II
Module 3
  • Language course B2 +
  • Scientific German: oral and written

10 (15)
4 (6)

III
TOTAL 40 (60)

Course fees

Participants must pay course fees of €700 per semester to attend the course. The total course fees are  €2,100.

Costs for course books are extra.

The course fee of €700  is to be paid after registration.

If the participants are not accepted on the course as places are limited or if the course is not held due to an insufficient number of participants, the course fee will be refunded.

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