Integrative German language skills for students in master’s degree programs in English

International students in some English taught master’s programs have to provide proof of a basic command of the German language. If you do not have any proof of German language skills at the time of your enrollment at TUM, you are obligated to earn German language integratively within the first year of your studies. Make sure you check first with your department about what will be accepted as "integrative German language skills". This can differ from one department to the next. The following certificates are examples of what can count as "integrative German language skills":

  • successful completion of an A1.1, A1.2 or A1.1plusA1.2 level German language course at the TUM Language Center
  • certificate of a successfully passed A1.1, A1.2 or A1.1plusA1.2 level language exam at the TUM Language Center

The TUM Language Center offers many courses each semester at level A1. Check the following link for further information on our program and course registration:

Please note: Aside from the courses at the TUM Language Center, there may be other options to receive the required "integrative German language skills". For further information, please ask your department for the specific details.

Jutta Schlüter

German as a Foreign Language Lecturer
schlueter@zv.tum.de

Office Hours
On Tuesdays from 14:00 to 15:00

By arrangement during the semester break
Room 104, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)
Tel.: 089/289-29321

Sabine Kraut-Schindlbeck

German as a Foreign Language Lecturer
kraut-schindlbeck@zv.tum.de

Office Hours
On Thursdays from 15:00 to 16:00

By arrangement during the semester break
Lecturer's room, Weihenstephaner Berg 13 (WZW)
Tel.: 08161/71-5335