The virtual Special course C1About proficiency levels:
Click here to find detailed information regarding the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. academic medical professions (human medicine) is aimed at international doctors who have immigrated and are undergoing a recognition procedure in order to be able to practise their profession in Germany. Participation is possible with (partial) funding from the BAMF (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees) only.
The course focuses on specialised language skills in the field of medicine and aims at a thorough preparation for the “Fachsprachprüfung Humanmedizin”. Participants of the course acquire the language skills and communicative strategies that are necessary both for obtaining a licence to practise medicine and for coping with everyday working life in a German medical institution. Previous knowledge at B2About proficiency levels:
Click here to find detailed information regarding the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. level is required and will be tested in advance by means of a placement test. The course comprises a total of 600 teaching unitsTeaching units:
One teaching unit = 45 minutes. Lessons are taught by suitably qualified teachers and specialised lecturers and take place daily from Monday to Friday.
German learners who have completed a degree in human medicine and are interested in our virtual Special course C1 academic medical professions (human medicine) must first attend a consultation with the office responsible for them.
When registering for the course, a confirmation of obligation or entitlement from the BAMF, the Job Centre or the Employment Agency must be presented. If you are not sure who to contact, please get in touch with us; we can tell you which organisation is responsible. They will determine whether you are authorised to register for our special course.
To take part in this virtual course, you will need: stable internet, computer/laptop, camera, microphone, headphones
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