German Language Course

German is the language of Einstein, Mozart and Carl Benz. It ranges among the 10 mostly spoken languages in the world.

To know German is essential for making Karlsruhe your home away from home. Not only in daily life, but also in regard to your international career: language skills will figuratively open doors for you. Therefore, Carl Benz School offers optional German courses as part of the College Program.

The DaF (Deutsch als Fremdsprache) language courses are structured according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and are widely accepted.

Which skill levels are provided?

You may choose from courses of levels A1, A2 and B2. Courses of level C1 are also offered if required.

How are the courses structued?

There is one lesson of 90 minutes and twice a week. CBS students take German courses approximately 4-6 semesters.

When does it start?

The courses begin in the first week of the semester.

What is the content?


Language Studies


Cultural Studies


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Dates Summer Semester 2024

Courses will be offered in person and take place between Monday, April 15th, 2024 and Friday, July 26th, 2024. The Pentecost Vacation will be from May 20th - 25th, 2024.

IMPORTANT: If you can only attend one of the two dates, please do not register. Please register until Thursday April 11th, 2024 the latest by filling in the form below.  


What our students say

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The registration period is expired. (2023-04-08 00:00:00 - 2024-04-12 00:00:00)

Consultation Hour

The consultation hour takes place by appointment on MS Teams or in the office. Please get in touch with our German lecturer Katrina Pangritz for any questions about the German Courses.

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Your contact

Katrina Pangritz | German Lecturer

+49 (0)721 608-47017

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