Courses for Erasmus in English

These courses are taught in English.

International students register in the SIS under the codes below.

German Course Level 1

(not taught in WS 2017/18)

Textverständnis und -produktion fürs Hochschulstudium
(Focus on Text Comprehension and Production for University Studies)

The course focuses on the development of effective skills for written and oral communication necessary for university studies, internships and students‘ everyday life. It deals with grammatical phenomena specific to the B1+ level in relation to a variety of contexts typical for the university (such as accommodation, food, culture, cost of living, organising a student’s life, communication in class, mails to lecturers, etc.).

Course organisation: 90 min. twice a week.

German Course Level 2

ASZNJ3028E

Schriftliche Produktion für die Geisteswissenschaften
(Focus on Written Production for the Humanities)

The course focuses on the development of effective skills for written communication necessary for university studies, internships and students‘ everyday life. It deals with grammatical phenomena specific to the B1+/B2 level in relation to a variety of contexts typical for the university.

Course organisation: 90 min. twice a week (see the LC timetables).

Introductory Latin Course

(not taught in WS 2017/18)

The course is intended mainly for foreign students (Erasmus and other international programmes) and it is taught in English.
The course is designed for students with no or minimal knowledge of Latin. The students will learn basic vocabulary, morphology and syntactic structures in order to be able to read a simple text.

Course organisation: 90 min. once a week.

Intermediate Latin Course

(not taught in WS 2017/18)

The course is intended mainly for foreign students (Erasmus and other international programmes) and it is taught in English.
The course is designed for students who have completed an introductory course in Latin, as well as for those who studied Latin in the past and want to refresh their knowledge.

The students will extend their knowledge of Latin vocabulary, morphology and syntactic structures in order to be able to read a more complex Latin text.

Course organisation: 90 min. once a week.

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