English is often perceived as “easy“ in comparison to other languages: no complicated verb forms, no grammatical genera, no difficult grammar in general. Although its vocabulary is large due to its Germanic and Romanic origins, native speakers can recognize a lot of familiar English words of both speaking areas. However, distinctions must be made: the access to English is easier to be sure, but if one has to speak or write on an advanced level or to be fluent in discussions in the workplace, it takes greater effort. 

The courses start on level A2 (CEFR).



Unfortunately this course is booked out. No registrations are no longer accepted.

During the semester break we’re offering an intensive general English course on level A2+. The course will take place from the 18th till 29th of September 2017. The course is two weeks long and includes 32 class hours (4 hours every day excluding both Fridays). This is a 3 credit point course. The number of participants is limited to 35: first comes, first served principle.

Please note, if you complete the course successfully, you will have a unique opportunity to participate further in a B1.1. English language course during semester.

Contact person is . Deadline for the registration is the 8th of September 2017.


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