Welcome to the Language Centre!

Welcome to the Language Centre!

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

Important Dates 2021

Lecture period summer semester

Lecture period summer semester

Lecture period summer semester
Start and end of the lecture period: 

06 April 2021 - 16 July 2021 

There will be no lectures during the following periods:

02 April 2021 

05 April 2021 

13 May 2021

24 May 2021

Examination period

Examination period

Examination period I in the summer semester 2021:

12.07. - 30.07.2021


Registration deadline for the examinations:

02.07.2021

Current information

Module certificates

It is possible to receive the module vouchers in digital form by e-mail or also by post.

If you need a module certificate, you can request it by e-mail, stating your name, semester and the corresponding course. If you would like to receive it by post, please send us your address.

Once you have registered by e-mail, you may also collect the module certificate from the office of student affairs. The collection can take place within the following period:

Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Please send your request to the study office: Stephan.Schulz@uni-rostock.de

 

 

 

 

Accessibility of the Language Centre staff

Accessibility of the Language Centre staff

Due to the limited teaching activities as a result of the Corona pandemic, the staff of the Language Centre can currently only be contacted at their e-mail address. In the menu in the "About us" section you can find the e-mail address of your desired contact person.

Winter semester 2021 / 2022

Enrollment for the winter semester 21/22 will take place online in the period from 20th September 2021 to 15th October 2021.

The placement tests will also take place online in the period from 20th September 2021 to 15th October 2021.

All information about the courses offered in the winter semester 2021 / 2022 will be available here from August onwards.

 


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