Thursday, March 7, 2013

telc German language examinations

The German telc examinations adhere to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF) and can be taken by children, students and professionals alike as there is an exam that suits the needs of a wide variety of individuals. The table below gives an overview of how many teaching units are required to be able to pass the corresponding exam.



telc Deutsch A1
(prerequisite for immigrants joining their spouse in Germany)

100–150 45-minute teaching units
telc Deutsch A1 Junior
(for children around 12 years old)

two classes per week within 2 years

telc Deutsch A2
 
250 to 300 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch A2 Schule
(for students from 14 to 16 years old)
300 to 400 45-minute teaching units
telc Deutsch A2+ Beruf
(tests language skills in a business environment)
at least 300 45-minute teaching units

Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer A2/B1
Download practice material
(needed to prove language competence for German citizenship application) 
at least 300 45-minute teaching units

Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer A2/B1 (Jugendintegrationskurs)
(geared at young adults under 27)
at least 300 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch B1
(recognised as proof of sufficient language competence for a German citizenship application)
350 to 650 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch B1 Schule


350 to 650 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch B1+ Beruf
at least 350 to 650 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch B2
600 to 800 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch B2+ Beruf

600 to 800 45-minute teaching units

telc Deutsch C1
800 to 1,000 45-minute teaching units
telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule
800 to 1,000 45-minute teaching units
telc Deutsch C2
at least 1000 teaching units at 45 minutes




You can find further information on the telc language tests website
 

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