Foreign Languages

Language Courses

Language courses relevant to exams are a curricular language course program , which is part of the degree program's study and examination regulations.. The course requirements completed as part of these courses will be included in the grade sheet. The timetable for the language courses relevant to exams will be included in the timetable of the respective degree program, i.e. you will find the courses in the timetable for each semester within the relevant examination regulations. The classification of each course according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) can be found on the page of each language.

On the other hand, there are additional language courses or general study language courses credited to the "General study Certificate". These language courses are part of the general study program offered by the Centre for Study and Teaching which coordinates all extracurricular teaching and educational measures for students, including the range of courses offered by the Reinhold-Würth University at Campus Künzelsau.

Click here to find the detailed language course program on the German webpage.

Click here to find the detailed language course program on the English webpage.

German as a foreign language

International exchange students from our partner universities may attend the German as a foreign language courses (in German: DaF). In this context, some rules need to be followed. The corresponding guidelines can be found in the box. Regular class attendance is required.

How to attend the courses: There is a placement test and after the language tests, the students will be grouped according to their proficiency level. The allocation to one of the seven group levels is binding. Click on the second link in the box to find the German as a foreign language course program on the German webpage.

 If you want to register for the placement test, please contact Hannelore Lang or Kathrin Koç International Students Office.

German placement test

Participants need to take a German placement test if they want to attend one of our courses. Attendance is obligatory. The test is completely internet-based and allows accurate assessment according to the GER (A2 to C1-level).

Studying for more than one semester at HHN

International exchange students who want to study at Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences for more than one semester, will automatically be upgraded to the next course level for the next semester if they have passed the final exam. If students want to skip a course and move on to the next level, they will have to take the placement test again.

Participation in more than one German course may permitted in individual cases and after consultation with our office. Please send your written request to Christa Wanek-Baumann.

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