Students, after the completion of A2 level, go for B1 level, which is of course the advanced and more skilled level of the German language. Most universities in Germany ask for at least a B1 level, so undoubtedly, B1 can be the ultimate test for students to get admission to Germany. The B1 level is designed for independent, young, and adult students aiming for Bachelor’s and Masters's degrees in Germany.
Students after securing at least 80% marks in A1 and A2 levels can qualify to study B1 level. B1 is the toughest and takes 2 months to complete so, students have lots of time to learn more advanced and essential sentences. During the 2 months period, students will get enough reading, writing, speaking, listening, and visual sessions to guarantee they are well prepared when they reach Germany. We make sure these sessions will not only improve their skills but also add confidence to them before taking the final exam.
With the start of this German Language Course, you will finally no longer be a beginner. By going through this Course at Edu Zeit, you will be able to have transparent conversations about familiar topics such as your daily life and your work life in Germany.
The primary focus of this B1 Level German course will be to increase your fluency in the German Language. Another goal of this course is to provide you with a higher level of familiarity with the German context and make your life in Germany as an International student easier.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Have fluent conversations with German regarding regular topics
Feel comfortable under non-formal situations
Talk about experiences and events
Express abstract such as vision and dreams clearly
It would not be an exaggeration to say that by completing the B1 Level German Language course, you will be able to understand German more deeply.
The B1 level of the German Language course is divided into two parts for improved efficiency.
As you can expect, since the B1 level is an intermediate level, the Course is deep and comprehensive. At this level, you will need to learn the practical implementation of everything you have learned in the past and some more. The Course will naturally be more expansive and comprehensive than in the past.
If A level of Language was the foundation, B1.1 is like stepping a step into the practical implementation of the previous intensive Course.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Understand and express advertising
Recall the past in an artistic way
Display proper manners and expressions
Solve problems verbally
This Intensive Course consists of:
Time and activities
Leisure time: Museums
Leisure time: Fine arts
Problems at work
Manners in business life
Past and childhood
The past tenses
Verbs and Prepositions
Modal verbs, brauchen and "zu"
Polite requests, wishes, and past
Verbs, along with dative and accusative
N – Declination
Indicators of time
Adverbs of time
Besides these, Edu Zeit will teach you how to use the context of the Course in everyday life as well. This will be taught based on the current context of Germany. Therefore, no course will be the same!
Although B1.2 is within the lower intermediate levels of the Intensive German Course, you will explore the surface of Abstract expressions more. This includes expressions of vague feelings such as love, happiness, etc.
Besides this, B1.2 also teaches you how to state your conditions.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Express emotions better
Analyze and provide a solution to problems in Fluent general German
Think in Basic German
Be fluent in expressing and understanding semi-profound topics.
To produce such results, the Course is deep as well. It comprises:
Special learning tips
School, certificates, and grades
Means of transport
Expressing Common Emotions
Invitations and good wishes
Indicators of conditionals
Nouns, Verb, Connectors
Adjectives and Prepositions
Causes & consequences
The B1.2 Course will end with your german knowledge being adequate for German universities' education. Your range will still be limited to German courses taught in the English Language, but you can attempt for German course once your language skills improve.
In summary, the B2 Course includes:
B1 Level German Course
Total Number of Courses
Two B1 level courses of set
B1.1 and B1.2
4 - 5 Weeks
Eligibility Criteria to enroll in B1 Level German Course
Placement tests would be taken if students have not taken classes at Edu Zeit.
If your language comprehension skills are high, you could take some courses in the German Language even with a B1 level. However, unless you are extremely confident with your language skills, we recommend you only make the attempt of expanding your studies in Germany after completing the B2 level of Intensive German course.
This level is good for general life in Germany and your education in the Best Universities in Germany, as long as you choose an English taught Course.
If you want further details and guidance about the German language course, feel free to Contact us. We will be here to help you during your endeavors.
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