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Spring term 2020: German Language Course B1.2

summer term 2020

During the summer term, the PhD Network offers German language courses for international PhD students, postdocs and their partners.

The B1.2 course begins on 07th of April 2020 and ends on 15th of July 2020.

Time: Mondays& Wednesdays, 6-7.30 p.m. (60 lesson units total)
Place: tba
Teacher: Ms. Agnieszka Tannenberg
Participation fee: 80 €
Deadline for registrations: 15th of March 2020

1. Please first read all the information on this course carefully and then register.
2. After you have registered, please transfer the participation fee of 80 € to the account stated below. Do not transfer the fee if the system tells you that you are on the waiting list. Places are given on a first-come-first-served basis.

The B1.2 class at a glance:

Course languageGerman
Course language levelB1 – Threshold or intermediate
StartTuesday, April 7, 2020, 06:00 pm
LocationTba
OrganisersPhD Network
Registration beginsThursday, January 9, 2020, 02:00 pm
Registration endsSunday, March 15, 2020
Places available7
Cancelation untilSunday, March 15, 2020
Fee
80.00 € 
Payment untilSunday, March 15, 2020
Payment methodBank transfer
Payment account nameMLU Halle-Wittenberg
Payment account number (IBAN)DE05 8100 0000 0080 0015 24
Payment bank code (BIC)MARKDEF1810
Payment bank nameDeutsche Bundesbank, Filiale Magdeburg
Payment useR02035832, Eigenbeteiligung Sprachkurs, [Name of the participant]
Further informationPlease make sure to give exactly this payment use in the field "Verwendungszweck"/payment details, so that the financial department can trace the payment to us.

Self-assessment:

To make sure you choose a suitable level, we ask you to take an online language test. Please take the test at the level you feel you are at, and enter the result of your test (in %) in the registration form. Please also send a PDF/screenshot of the result to phd.network@international.uni-halle.de.

Description of the levels: Common European Framework of Languages

Link to the language test: Cornelsen language test

You do not need a test:

  • if you intend to take level A1
  • if you have regularly attended a PhD Network course during the current semester (at least 60%)
  • if you want to attend a course at level C1

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