TII German Language Program - NEW! Partner of the Goethe Institut

TII German Language Program - NEW! Partner of the Goethe Institut

Do you already have some good reasons to learn German? Want to communicate with relatives, or to travel to Germany during your summer break, or to prepare yourself for study in a German-speaking country?!

Just in case you still have any doubts and need a final push toward taking the plunge, here are some more reasons why learning German may be a good choice for you:

  1. German is the most widely spoken language in Europe.
  2. German is the 3rd most popular foreign language taught worldwide and the second most popular in Europe and Japan.
  3. Germany has the 3rd strongest economy and is the #1 export nation in the world. Which means, knowing German creates business opportunities.
  4. 1 in 10 books in the world is published in German. In number of books published, Munich is second in the world only to New York.
  5. German-speaking countries have a rich cultural heritage. Germany is often referred to as the land of poets and thinkers. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Thomas Mann, Franz Kafka, just to name a few.
  6. German speaking countries are the world of classical music. (Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Strauss, and Wagner to name only a few). Vienna remains an international center of music today.
  7. German is not as hard as you think. If you already know English, then you already have an advantage when it comes to learning German. The two languages share many similarities in both vocabulary and grammar.

The curriculum of the German program is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The German language program is strengthened by the newly signed partnership with the Goethe Institut which will increase an international cultural exchange for our students.

Please see the table below to find the right level and course for you:

TII’s German Language Program

CEFR

levels

Certificates / in-house and related Goethe Exam

Option 1: Beginner 1, 2 and 3 (completes the A1 level in one academic year, 2 courses with 40h each + 1 course with 28h)

Option 2: Beginner part 1 and part 2 (completes the A1 level in two terms, 2 courses with 54h each)

Option 3: Beginner Intensive (completes the A1 level in just one term, 1 course with 108h)

A1

(108 h)

After successfully completing these courses, the student will receive an in-house certificate for A1 and can register for the worldwide recognized Goethe-Exam: Start Deutsch 1.

Option 1: Pre-intermediate part 1 and part 2 (completes the A2 level in two terms, 2 courses with 54h each)

 

A2

(108h)

After successfully completing these courses, the student will receive an in-house certificate for A2 and can register for the worldwide recognized Goethe-Exam: Zertifikat A2.

Option 1: Intermediate part 1 and part 2 (completes the B1 level in two terms, 2 courses with 54h each)

 

 

B1

(108h)

After successfully completing these courses, the student will receive an in-house certificate for B1 and can register for the worldwide recognized Goethe-Exam: Zertifikat B1.

Option 1: Upper-Intermediate part 1 and part 2 (completes the B2 level in two terms, 2 courses with 54h each)

 

B2

(108h)

After successfully completing these courses, the student will receive an in-house certificate for B2 and can register for the worldwide recognized Goethe-Exam: Zertifikat B2.

 

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