What does the Studienkolleg do?

The Studienkolleg is an institution at Saarland University that prepares foreign students for study at a German university. Students at the Studienkolleg can acquire:

  • the necessary proficiency in German
  • the necessary academic language skills and subject-specific knowledge (course 'T').


The Studienkolleg can prepare students for the following examinations:

  • Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH): German language proficiency test for foreign applicants seeking admission to higher education
  • Feststellungsprüfung (FSP): Academic assessment test


Unlike most of the other Studienkollegs in Germany, we can admit students who have no prior knowledge of German, as our courses cover all language levels from absolute beginners to advanced learners who will soon be taking the DSH exam.

Conditions for application for a course 'T'

Under the following two predetermined conditions an application for Studienkolleg (technical preparation course 'T') is possible:

  • The application for Studienkolleg course only is possible for registered refugees and people entitled to political asylum.
  • The application for Studienkolleg course only is possible in order to apply for one of the following Bachelor programmes: Bachelor Plus MINT, Chemistry, Computer Science, Cyber Security, Embedded Systems, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Mathematics and Computer Science, Microtechnology and Nanostructures, Physics, Systems Engineering.


If you do not fulfil these two conditions, please go to www.studienkollegs.de in order to find suitable courses at other universities.

The German language courses that prepare prospective students for the DSH exam will continue to be offered. DSH (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang) is the German language proficiency test for foreign applicants seeking admission to higher education.

Director

Michael Aulbach

Office

Elisabeth Keller
Phone: +49 681 302-2850
Fax: +49 681 302-2824
studienkolleg(at)stk.uni-sb.de

Gefördert vom DAAD aus Mitteln des BMBF: