German Intensive Courses in September/October 2019

The intensive courses are aimed exclusively at international students with the following scholarships: Erasmus, Humboldt, DAAD and international students of a university partnership scholarship. 


The official welcoming session for all international students will take place on Thursday, 19 September 2019, 10:00 am - 11:00 am. Place: Hörsaal 121.5, Scharnhorststraße 121, 48151 Münster.

The introductory session for all participants of the German Intensive Courses will take place on Thursday, 19 September 2019, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (noon). Place: Hörsaal 121.5, Scharnhorststraße 121, 48151 Münster.





  23 September - 4 October 2019 (except on the weekend and 3rd October)

  4 pm - 7.30 pm

  4 hours per day / 36 hours in total (1 hour = 45 minutes)


  A1 - C1 (beginners, intermediate and advanced courses)

 credit points


 placement in
 the courses

  For the placement in the right course, each participant has     to take the demo version of the C-test. Official language 
  certificates (TestDaF, Goethe etc.) will additionally be taken 
  into consideration.

 C-test (placement test)

  How does the C-test (placement test) work?


  aprox. €2.00 for copies



















 Before sending us your registration form please read the 
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE C-TEST and practice with the following sample text: SAMPLE

After that, please do the C-TEST DEMO VERSION
(link available on 26 August 2019)


Enrolment starts 26 August 2019. Please send the registration form 
(available on 26 August)

Enrolment ends: 18 September 2019, 4 pm




(only for the German Intensive Courses before the semester)

Katharina Grenningloh (coordinator)
Amanda (student assistant, email correspondence)

Bispinghof 2B, 4th floor, room 407 (exclusively for the German Intensive Courses)



For information on the German courses during the semester (free of charge!), please click here!

For any questions concerning the German courses during the semester, please contact Mr. Bunn, coordinator for German.