Welcome to the Language Center!

Welcome to the Language Center!

We offer courses in 8 modern foreign languages, plus German as a foreign language and Latin

Important Dates 2019

Courses during the winter semester

Courses during the winter semester

  • German courses start on 21 October 2019
  • all other language courses start on 14. Oktober 2019

End of semester: February 2020

Placement tests

Placement tests

Placement tests for intensive courses in February/ March 2020:

  • 13th Jan – 5th Feb 2020

Placement tests for language courses of next summer semester:

  • 24th Feb – 3rd Apr 2020

Room: Ulmenstraße 69, Haus 1, Room 321 (SLZ)

Opening hours

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Current information

Course catalog on LSF

Course catalog on LSF

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • German
  • English
  • French
  • Italian
  • Latin
  • Russian
  • Swedish
  • Spanish

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To see a complete list of all courses offered at the Language Center using the on-line database LSF

  1. Select “Veranstaltungen”   = Events and classes
  2. Select “Vorlesungsverzeichnis” = Course catalog
  3. Select “Lehrangebote des Sprachenzentrums” = Language Center courses
  4. Select “Sprache wählen” = Language selection
"Meet and Greet" II

"Meet and Greet" II

"Meet and Greet II"

When: Friday, 24th Jan. 2020, 1 - 4 p.m.

Where: Ulmenstraße 69, House 1, Room 320

International and German academics will have another opportunity to Meet & Greet. Join the workshop and find out how those colleagues of yours roll!

Registration: via e-mail cornelia.kirsten@uni-rostock.de or website

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Registration

Registration for Intensive courses of winter semester 2019/20: 22nd Jan - 5th Feb 2020

Registration for Courses of summer semester 2020: 16th Mar - 3rd Apr 2020

 


Languages and levels

The Language Center offers

  • Courses in 10 different languages, so that you are prepared for your studies and your career.
  • Consideration of your foreign language needs and competencies
  • University and career oriented-learning regarding content and competencies
  • Learning based on the levels of the CEF and UNIcert.
  • Examinations and proof of competency that you need (e.g. for beginning a field of study)
  • Many self-study possibilities
  • High quality standards through frequent (re-) accreditation
  • Long-term expertise in teaching and testing foreign language knowledge