Overview Studienkolleg - German Language Academy

Welcome to our website for the examination preparation courses (FSP).
The examination (examination to determine the suitability of foreign applicants for the course of higher education in the Federal Republic of Germany) is the university admission examination, which foreign applicants must take at a state college in order to be allowed to study at a higher education institution in Germany if their university entrance qualification acquired abroad does not correspond to the German Abitur.
This examination usually requires the attendance of preparatory courses. Our preparatory courses run for one semester each and can be started in autumn and spring.

We offer the following preparatory courses:

  • M-course for applicants seeking medical, biological, (bio)chemical or pharmaceutical studies.
  • T-course for applicants who wish to start a mathematical, natural science or technical degree.
  • W-course for those interested in studying economics or social sciences.

The preparatory courses for the preparation of the FSP start twice a year:

at the beginning of the summer semester: April to September and at the beginning of the winter semester: October to March

Requirements and application documents:

  • at least completed B2 level with a certificate of certificate / confirmation of participation or higher proof, such as telc B2, Goethe B2, telc C1 University, Goethe C1, DSH- 2 or DSH-3, TestDaF TDN 4, DSDII

Please note that our lessons are held exclusively on German. You can not get enough german skills in our Special Academic courses (insert link here).

School certificate or “indirect” university entrance qualification (HZB) of the respective home country without direct access to higher education for Germany (e.g. Hight School Diploma) Translations of the school certificate in English or German.

tabular CV An application is possible at any time.

Course times are mornings from 9:00 to 12:30 and / or afternoon from 13:00 to 16:30 including breaks. Please note that courses can take place in the morning and afternoon.