BAMF integration course

Integration through language.
For life in Germany.

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In this integration course that has been specially developed for migrants, you will learn to use German in everyday life. At the same time, you will receive important information about Germany as your new home. Click here for a list of all starting dates.

  • Assessment test
  • Advice and support for applying for an integration course
  • German for immigrants” exam (DTZ)
  • “Life in Germany” test

What will I learn in the course?

  • German skills up to level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference.
  • Knowledge about Germany’s legal system, culture and history.

You can start with a higher module, if you have some language skills already. Your starting module is determined by qualified and experienced teachers, using an assessment test.

What is the goal of the course?

The goal of the course is to bring your German skills up to level B1 and to familiarise you with all important facts about the legal system, culture and history of the Federal Republic of Germany. German is taught based on everyday topics, such as work, housing, health, and visits to public authorities. The orientation class for general knowledge about Germany deals with issues such as “politics in democracy”, “history and responsibility” and “people and society”.

At the end of the integration course, you will take the two final exams “German for immigrants” (DTZ) and “Life in Germany” (LiD). You will receive a certificate for each exam passed.

The next exam dates:

  • Find all “German for immigrants” dates here >>
  • telc A1 exam on 07 August 2020
  • telc B2 exam on 21 August 2020

 

When does the next course start?

It’s time! From August 10th, 2020, we will resume attendance classes.
Click here for an overview of all upcoming starting dates. Further courses and modules are available by request.
Do you have any other questions? Contact us now with no obligations and find out about all important dates.

Course Module Level Starting date Course hours
Integration course (new to alphabet*) 1 Alphabetisierung from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.45 - 13.10 Uhr
Integration course (IC with alphabet) 4 A1.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.45 - 13.00 Uhr
Integration course (new to alphabet*) 1 Alphabetisierung from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.00 - 13.10 Uhr
Integration course (new to alphabet*) 2 A1.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.00 - 13.10 Uhr
Integration course (new to alphabet*) 4 A2.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.00 - 13.10 Uhr
Integration course (IC with alphabet) 4 A2.2 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.45 - 13.55 Uhr
Integration course (IC with alphabet) 5 B1.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Fr 9.45 - 13.55 Uhr
Integration course (General IC) 1 A1.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Do 17.00 - 20.15 Uhr
Integration course (General IC) 3 A2.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Do 17.00 - 20.15 Uhr
Integration course (General IC) 4 A2.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Do 17.00 - 20.15 Uhr
Integration course (General IC) 5 B1.1 from 10.08.2020 Mo-Do 17.00 - 20.15 Uhr

*for learners not familiar with the Roman alphabet

How long does the course take?

The course takes 7 months in total and comprises 700 teaching periods of 45 minutes each. (Literacy training courses take 13 months in total and comprise 1,300 teaching periods of 45 minutes each.)

Who can take part in the course?

The integration course is intended for all foreigners who are living in Germany on a permanent basis. It is designed for asylum seekers with good prospects to stay, in particular. The course is also addressed at citizens of the European Union and German citizens who do not have sufficient German skills and who have specific integration needs. Late repatriates and their family members are legally entitled to take part in this type of course.

Funding

Our programmes are free of charge for many participants. Get to know us. We will gladly check, whether costs will be covered for you, or if you are entitled to a contribution.

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