Status: 24. September 2019
Required Courses normally start in the first week of classes. Check with your degree program.
Elective Courses, in our extra-curricular program start in the second week of classes and typically end with a final exam. Students must register for exams at the Examination Office (note the test number in brackets). You can find out if the language course is recognized as an elective in the Study and Exam Guidelines for your department. The only courses that require pre-registration are the Spanish courses. You can register for these courses at the Moodle learning platform. This information is subject to change. Undergraduate (bachelor’s) students receive 3 ECTS points for courses listed as “2 sws” (two contact hours per week) and 6 ECTS points for courses listed as “4 sws” (four contact hours per week). Master’s degree programs have their own individual ECTS point calculations – please contact your department.
Our instructors place high value on attendance and in-class participation.
Please check the course schedule (LSF) under „Studiengang Zusatzangebote” for updated information about course locations!
Attendance in Language Courses
We place high value on attendance and in-class participation in our language courses. Instructors, please use this form to document student attendance in your courses.
Other rules apply for courses with a strong e-learning component. Your instructors will inform you about these in class.
Imagine learning French in a cozy cafe over a cup of hot chocolate with a friend instead of in the classroom. Or having a native speaker go over your English application for an internship. Or maybe you’d like to get together with an exchange student from a country where you’re planning to spend a semester abroad...
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Taking classes at the University of Konstanz
If you are a student at the HTWG Konstanz and would like to take a class at the University of Konstanz, or a student at the University of Konstanz who wants to take a class at the HTWG Konstanz - we can show you how. Please click here.
German for refugees
We support volunteers who want to help refugees learn German.
You can find links and materials on topics related to teaching or that can be used for German teaching here: http://www.dgff.de/de/downloads.html
We would like to thank our colleagues at the German Society for Foreign Language Research - DGFF. If you have any additional suggestions or ideas, please contact us. We wish you lots of success!