DAAD University Summer Courses Online 2021

All international summer courses that are part of the DAAD University Summer Course program will take place online in 2021.

Would you like to spend your semester break or summer vacation improving your German skills and experiencing other cultures? Do it online, in spite of COVID-19, with the DAAD’s University Summer Courses.

In just a few months, DAAD’s University Summer Courses will begin. Sign up now – we are looking forward to meeting you! Registration is already open.

DAAD University Summer Courses Online – What Can You Expect?

  • German course – in small groups: Live classes via ZOOM, with a digital text book and many additional materials.
  • Pronunciation training – get professional help to improve your pronunciation.
  • Socio-cultural knowledge – go on digital excursions, e.g. to Berlin, Leipzig or Dresden, and discuss topics relevant in Germany today.
  • German Café – student tutors who to talk with you about various intercultural topics.
  • Individual support and language learning counseling
  • Certificate (5 ECTS Credits) – graded on your presentation, regular attendance, and the general fulfilment of all requirements.
  • Altogether about 90 classes (45 min each).
  • 2 times to choose from (08 a.m. – 11.15 a.m. or 02 p.m. – 5.15 p.m. German time)

International DAAD University Summer Courses Online 2021 – How You Can Attend:

You can find all international summer courses at Online Courses. The DAAD University Summer Courses Pnline 2021 all take place at the times indicated on our website, connecting you virtually with other participants from all over the world. Take a look at the courses we offer and find a course that is right for you. Then, simply sign up by clicking “Dates & Registration.”

International – intercultural – Sachsen-Anhalt (online):

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic keeps us from showing you the most beautiful parts of Wittenberg, the famous hometown of Luther (UNESCO World Heritage Sites) with its historic downtown and all its cafés, restaurants, and stores, its quaint streets and green parks, and its bike lanes along the river Elbe. However, the internet at least allows us to give you a glimpse from a distance. In this way, we still hope to introduce you to Central Germany – and who knows, perhaps we will eventually see each other right here in town…

Student tutors in virtual German cafés:

Every course has a virtual German café with student tutors at regular times. Here, you can meet German students and use your German skills in conversations with them. Use this opportunity to learn more about living and studying in Germany.

Pictures courtesy of: Thomas Klitzsch, Stefanie Rieger