Integration courses for immigrants (BAMF)
Learn German for your future in Germany
Language is the key for successful integration. For this reason, a minimum framework of state integration offers was created in early 2005, upon entering into effect of the immigration act. The core of these state offers is the integration course.
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According to the current status of the guidelines issued by the Federal Office for Migration, integration courses and DeuFöV courses can be continued in the school building. In addition, the new Bavarian Infection Protection Measures Ordinance (9th BayIfSMV) will come into force on December 1st, 2020, which contains stricter rules for the purpose of restricting contact.
This currently means for our integration and DeuFöV courses:
- All online courses will continue as usual online.
- All exams take place face-to-face at the end of the scheduled lessons.
If you have urgent questions, please make an appointment for a consultation - the consultation appointments can also be made by telephone. We'll keep you up to date!
The integration course takes place as a full-time course (FT) with 5 teaching units a day (700 TU) (morning and afternoon courses), or as a part-time course (PT) with 4 teaching units a 4 times a week (1000 TU) (evening courses).
An integration course consists of two parts: a language course up to B1 level and an orientation course:
The focus of the language course is general grammar and vocabulary development, everyday situations and many other things to make life in Germany as easy for you as possible.
In the integration course, you will learn German from the perfect beginners' level to level B1.
After the language course, you will learn a lot about politics, culture and history of Germany.
The orientation course ends with the test "Leben in Deutschland".
1. Placement test
If you already have knowledge in the German language, you can start in mid-course. This will save time and money for you. To know how good your German is, you need to take a placement / classification test. The classification test comprises a written and an oral part.
If you want to bindingly sign up for a course, bring the following along:
- ID or passport
- Eligibility for promotion (= authorisation slip called "Berechtigungsschein")
- A valid bank account from which we can debit the costs for the modules monthly
Are you interested in an integration course at inlingua Ingolstadt and Abensberg? Or do you have further questions?
Please feel free to contact us. By telephone on 0841 - 88 51 85-0 or send an e-mail.
We are looking forward to getting to know you!