Modern Hebrew belongs to the semitic language family. At the end of the 19th century, Hebrew was mostly used only as a liturgical language, but was revived as an everyday spoken language. The driving spirit behind the revival of Hebrew was the linguist Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. Hebrew script is read from right to left and, for the most part, only the consonants are written down.
We offer Hebrew courses from level A1.1 to A1.2 following the CEFR.
Not every course may be offered every semester.
Intensive courses (course levels may vary) take place during the semester break in spring and fall.
The intensive courses take place over a shorter period of time, but have more training units per week than the courses during the semester. The number of ECTS and the workload is therefore the same as for the semester-long courses.
Current dates and registration deadlines can be found on our homepage.
Would you like to make contact with other TUM students or employees and at the same time improve your language skills in a flexible and practical way? At TUMtandem we will find a tandem partner for you within TUM and support your joint learning process. More information on TUMtandem
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