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Institute for Foreign Languages

Are you an international student, planning to come to study at Reutlingen University and wanting to prepare yourself, or are you already here and wish to learn German during your studies here?
Or are you a German student who would like to brush up your foreign language skills and so improve your chances on the labour market? Would you like to prepare yourself both linguistically and culturally for a semester abroad? Would you like to improve your language skills by working together with a tandem partner?

The Institute for Foreign Languages, which is part of Reutlingen International Office (RIO), offers courses in ten languages, as well as a range of workshops - in German and in English - dealing with various aspects of intercultural competence and learning strategies. These courses and workshops are open to all domestic and international students at Reutlingen University.

Information for the Summer Semester

All our courses and workshops in summer semester 2021 will take place online up to and including Easter. Taking into account the occurrence of infection and the legal situation, they will then be continued either as classroom, hybrid or online sessions. Please note the latest information on our homepage.

All classroom sessions will be conducted in compliance with Reutlingen University’s hygiene concept. Current information can be found here.

Click the following links to find out more about what we have to offer (all information in German, lots of it also in English):

All IfF-courses are based on the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Click here for a description of the levels.

 

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