DAAD Sprachnachweis Englisch
The easiest way to get the DAAD language form filled out is to ask a university English teacher whose course you have attended within the last two years and has assessed your speaking, reading, and writing skills. When writing to your (former) English teacher, be sure to tell us in what program you study, when you completed the English course and include the DAAD form, with the first page filled out and signed, and all subsequent page headings filled out.
If you have not attended such a course, you would have to sign up for and take a short language assessment test. The test comprises speaking (10 minutes), reading (25 minutes), and writing an essay (25 minutes).
Prepare for reading comprehension with these practice examples:
Prepare for essay writing here:
Prepare for the speaking part by
practicing your small talk skills, practice talking about your field of study and professional experience or expectations.
If you are aiming for a B2 level, we will need to see you actively use specific vocabulary from your field of study.
On the day of the test, be sure to bring the correct DAAD form for your assessor (link below) with the first page and headers of all subsequent pages filled out with your name and the language tested. If possible print the form double-sided.
Test dates for English
The DAAD test is conducted on campus.
Space is limited, and please note that registration opens 6 weeks before the test date:
Sharon Zaharka on Wednesday, May 10, June 28 from 11:30 – 1:30 p.m. in room M105, write to firstname.lastname@example.org DAAD_form_Zaharka
Jim Paul on Friday, March 24(Closed for registration - no more space available!), April 12 from 11:30-1pmin room t.b.a., write to email@example.com DAAD_form_Paul