Welcome To Deutsch As a German Language

German is one of the most important languages in business, culture, communication, science and intellectual life. More than 100 million Europeans speak German in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, parts of Luxembourg, northern Italy, eastern Belgium and eastern France. It is amongst the ten most-spoken languages in the world. German has the largest number of native speakers in the European Union (far more than English, Spanish, or French). German is among the ten most commonly spoken languages in the world. It is also a lingua franca of Central and Eastern Europe

Basic German Language Courses A-1

In the Basic German Level A-1, Students can understand and use familiar, everyday expressions and very simple sentences, which relate to the satisfying of concrete needs. Can introduce him/herself and others as well as ask others about themselves

Basic German Language Courses B-1

In the Intermediate German Level B-1, Students can understand the main contents of complex texts on concrete and abstract topics; also understands specialized discussions in his/her own primary area of specialization

Mission Statement

To focus on German Language Programs, which are the interdisciplinary study of the contemporary cultural, social, economic and political life of the German-speaking peoples in their historical and international contexts.Hence it is committed to achieve the following goals:

  • Provide opportunities to general public and sponsored students to learn German language for personal, academic and professional purposes at the beginners and advanced levels..
  • Provide high quality education of German language and literature through functional and degree courses at the undergraduate, graduate & postgraduate level
  • Foster and promote intercultural understanding with German speaking countries
  • Promote disciplinary and interdisciplinary research activities
  • Establish contacts with German departments of foreign universities
  • Encourage students & teachers exchange programmes at the international level

Ten Reasons to Learn German Language

  • Business: Knowing the language of your German business partners improves your relations and therefore your chances for effective communication and success.
  • The global career: Knowledge of German increases your job opportunities with German and foreign companies in your own country and abroad. Proficiency in German helps you to function productively for an employer with global business connections.
  • Tourism and hospitality industry: Tourists from German-speaking countries travel wide and far, and are the world's biggest spenders when on holiday. They appreciate to be looked after by German-speaking staff and tour guides.
  • Science and Research: German is the second most commonly used scientific language. Germany is the third largest contributor to research and development and offers research fellowships to scientists from abroad.
  • Communication: Developments in media, information and communication technology require multilingual communicators. A wide range of important websites are in German and worldwide, Germany is ranked number 5 in terms of annual publication of new books. Knowledge of German therefore offers you extended access to information.
  • Cultural understanding: Learning German provides you with an insight into the way of life, and the hopes and dreams of people in German speaking countries, broadening your horizon.
  • Travel: Make the most of your travels not only in German-speaking countries, but in many other European countries where German is widely spoken, especially in Eastern Europe.
  • Enjoyment of literature, music, art and philosophy: German is the language of Goethe, Kafka, Mozart, Bach and Beethoven. Indulge in reading and/or listening to their works in their original language.
  • Opportunities to study/work in Germany: Germany awards a generous number of scholarships and other support to study in Germany. Working holiday visas are available for young foreigners from a range of countries, and special visas are offered to skilled workers and professionals.
  • Opportunities for exchange: A wide range of exchange programs exists for both school and university students between Germany and many countries in the world.