German A2.2

German A2.2: for participants with previous knowledge.

Learning objectives: to deepen your knowledge of the expressions and everyday situations covered in the A1 and A2.1 courses. To be able to express oneself well in simple and routine situations. Everyday situations, e.g. at work or shopping, can be dealt with more easily.

Course content: Participants consolidate the structures of German grammar learnt in the A2.1 course of the fall semester 2021, or acquired independently, expanding these skills further and extending their knowledge of basic vocabulary. All language learning skills are covered.

Placement: If you did not attend the course "GermanA2.1" in HS 2021, a placement interview with the lecturer is necessary. Please register for this via the International Relations Office (international@unilu.ch).

Course description

Language levelA2.2

Course dates /times

Tuesday, 4:15 - 5:45pm on the following dates:

1., 8., 15., 22., 29. March, 5., 12., 26. April, 3., 10., 17., 24. May

LecturerAndreia Oliveira dos Santos
Where?HS2
Registration deadlineThursday, 24.02.22
Course fee

CHF 250*

*Exchange students can apply for a discount via internationalremove-this.@remove-this.unilu.ch

*Students from other Swiss institutions pay CHF 350 if there are places available on the course.

Online registration will open on 02.02.2022 on the German version of this page.
The number of places is limited.

Teaching material: The course book and workbook "Deutsch in der Schweiz A2".

Certificate of achievement, ECTS points and workload
2 ECTS points can be earned for participation in the semester course. Please note however, that it is fully at the discretion of your home faculty, whether these credits can be transferred to your study programme.

Requirements: regular and active participation in class (max. 2 absences); achievement of the required performance in assessments.

Course certificate: A course certificate is issued at the end of the course for regular attendance and active course participation.

Contact: international@unilu.ch