German intensive course A1a with theatre methods offers you a unique opportunity to learn German with methods used in the world of theatre and acting. This course covers all skills required in A1a level, so you can switch to “regular” classes afterwards. However, instead of learning by heart you will be learning German by “doing” ...
German for doctors
German Courses for Medical Professionals in Berlin (B2/C1)
German courses for doctors Level B2 to C1 – Preparation for professional language examination at the Medical Association. The "German for Doctors“ courses at our language school are intensive courses tailored to medical professionals who want to work in Germany.
Regulations were introduced by the Medical Council in Summer 2015 which make it mandatory for all medical professionals to be able to provide proof of having passed the language exam in order to be able to practise in Berlin. Our course prepares you for this exam in the best possible way.
On request, an exam preparation course for telc German B2-C1 Medicine examination can also be arranged. (See more information below.)
Content and methodology of the Medicine Course:
- Anatomy terminology
- Physiology and pathology
- Patient history talks (with simulated patients)
- Patient introduction and documentation
- Doctor´s letters
- The main focus of the course is verbal communication
Requirements for the participant:
at least German language level B2
|Lessons per week||20 (1 lesson = 45 minutes)|
|Days||From Monday to Friday|
|Timetable||2.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.|
German for doctors: one to one lessons at Sprachenatelier Berlin
Starter/minimum hours packet: 20 hours (1 teaching hour = 45 mins) / 855.00 EUR
Dates: 2 lessons per month (= 90 mins) or longer, lesson times to be agreed beforehand.
Telc German B2-C1 Medicine
Telc German B2-C1 Medicine is an exam for competence levels B2 and C1 and tests very specialised and subject-specific German knowledge of foreign doctors. This course focuses on lexis and structure in the upper level of B2 and C1, with the lexis being especially oriented towards everyday work in a hospital or a clinic. This exam is open to everyone.