Semester courses

Beginning of courses changed

Due to the postponement of the start of lectures, our courses will not start until 4 May.

 

The German language courses running during the semester ('in-sessional' courses) teach general as well as specific language skills at proficiency levels that range from beginner to advanced user, equivalent to the Common European Framework reference levels A1 to C1. The courses are designed for students involved in academic exchange programmes (Erasmus+ etc.), foreign students of all disciplines, guest researchers and visiting scholars as well as their family members. Participants who successfully complete a course can earn ECTS credits or a course certificate (Schein) that meets the requirements for an elective module in their chosen area of study.

Further information and how to register

Internationales Studienzentrum Saar (ISZ Saar)

Studienvorbereitende und -begleitende Kurse für internationale Studierende

** Current contact details **

In order to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus, the ISZ Saar will also be closed until further notice.
Unfortunately, we cannot be reached by telephone during this time.
Therefore, please address all questions and concerns only by e-mail to us.

  • General concerns and questions about DSH courses (Preparatory courses): info(at)isz.uni-saarland.de and in urgent issues consultation hours by telephone on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. under phone: +49 (0) 681 - 302 2850
  • Questions on German language and special skills courses during the semester (In-sessional courses and short-intensive courses): deutschkurse(at)isz.uni-saarland.de

Abteilung studienbegleitende Deutschkurse

im Internationalen Studienzentrum Saar (ISZ Saar)
Leiterin: Dr. Oxana Brandes
Sekretariat: Christine Koch M.A.
Tel.: +49 (0) 681 302-71116
deutschkurse(at)isz.uni-saarland.de

Postanschrift

Internationales Studienzentrum Saar (ISZ Saar)
der Universität des Saarlandes
Abteilung studienbegleitende Kurse
Campus, Gebäude A3 2, Raum 4
66123 Saarbrücken
Deutschland