Our non-degree courses ("study-accompanying German language courses") offer international students as well as Erasmus and other exchange students enrolled at a university in Regensburg the opportunity to improve their German and boost their academic achievements.
The comprehensive curriculum covers language levels A1 to C2 and helps students improve their German while building on the skills they already have. Our German courses cover a wide range of essential skills, such as reading, listening, writing, and speaking. At the same time, we want students to experience German culture up close. To this end, we offer classes on cultural studies and literature and film seminars.
A special class ist “Babylon”, the international theater class at the Department of German as a Foreign Language. Students can also improve their German by making use of our Department’s online classes or the online courses offered by the Virtuelle Hochschule Bayern (vhb).
► "Study-accompanying German language classes"
Our non-degree German courses take place during the lecture period of each semester.
For information about timetables and classrooms for specific courses, please refer to the course catalog of UR.
Study-accompanying German language courses
Please note that there are three categories of courses:
Our non-degree program is aimed at international students or Erasmus and other exchange students at Universität Regensburg and OTH Regensburg.
In order to be admitted to our non-degree courses, applicants need to prove that they are enrolled at Universität Regensburg (student ID).
If capacities are available, international PhD students, visiting scholars and staff of UR can also participate in the non-degree German courses.
It is not obligatory to take a placement test. If you are not sure which course level to take, you can level yourself and get some orientation with the following freely available tests:
In addition, appointments for the onSET-Deutsch will be offered at the ZSK test center.
|summer semester 2023|
|Registration period:||April 3rd - April 13th, 2023|
Deregistration and late registration period:
|April 17th - April 30th, 2023|
The enrollment is possible via SPUR (► Study Accompanying Courses).
Interested parties without a student account at the University of Regensburg (e.g. visiting scholars, PhD students, and UR employees) must first complete a
self-registration in SPUR before they can register for courses.
Registering for a course does not mean you are automatically admitted to this course. Applications are only fully processed after the registration deadline has passed. Applicants are admitted after the deadline has passed. You will receive an email a few days before the start of the course letting you know if you are admitted to the course and which group of the course you have been assigned to.
If you have any questions about the registration process, please reach out to email@example.com.
After successfully completing a course, students get a "Schein" with ECTS credits and grades. In general, students are awarded 1.5 - 2 credit points per one weekly hour per semester (SWS = 1 semester period per week) for attending one of our non-degree courses. The criteria for getting ECTS credits are as follows:
Thespecific number of ECTS that can be earned in a course is indicated for each course in the course catalog.
Students also earn a final grade that is independent of the ECTS credits they are awarded. This grade has no influence on the number of ECTS credits that students obtain.
Non-degree German courses are free of charge for regular students as well as exchange students enrolled at Universität Regensburg or OTH Regensburg.