telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule is an internationally accredited telc exam for learners of German who want to obtain a certificate documenting their well advanced German skills (level C1 About proficiency levels:
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It is designed for university applicants who need a proof of sufficient language skills in order to study at a German university, as well as for students who are already studying at a university or people working in academic jobs.
All German universities accept the telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule exam.
We recommend sitting the exam after at least 800 – 1,000 hours of German language instruction. Our intensive courses can help learners to complete level C1 About proficiency levels:
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As a licensed telc examination centre, Sprachenakademie offers telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule on a regular basis. You can register through Sprachenakademie during the registration period. The examination fee amounts to €170 (registration fee of €20 included).
Exam Format and Grading
The telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule exam consists of a written section and an oral section. The written section is 3 hours and 40 minutes in duration (including a 20 minute break) and contains reading, language elements, listening comprehension, and written expression tasks. The oral exam is 16 minutes long (after a preparation phase of 20 minutes) and will take place either on the same day as the written exam or on a separate day.
A sample exam offered by telc gives examinees a detailed impression.
When a minimum of 60% of the possible maximum number of points in both the written and oral sections are achieved, the exam is deemed passed.
The exam is corrected by telc within 4–6 weeks. We will inform you as soon as the results are ready to be picked up at our office.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current nationwide lockdown, the exam scheduled for 15/16 January 2021 can unfortunately not take place. Examinees who have already registered will be informed about the further procedure by email.