Languages for specific purposes

Information

In addition to our "classical" language courses, we would also like to draw your attention to our language courses with a specific focus.

In the winter semester we offer a multilingual Romance language course as well as the courses "Learn German and Make Radio" (in cooperation with the  Radiofabrik Salzburg) and the course "Proposal Writing for National Funding Programs" (in cooperation with the Research Service of the University of Salzburg).

In this context, we would  also like point out  that we also offer subject-specific courses in German and English in the areas of scientific or business English. These special courses are 2 semester hours per week and are worth 3 ECTS credits, whilst the "Proposal Writing for National Funding Programs" course comprises 1 semester hour and is worth 1.5 ECTS credits. 

 

Course requirements 

The requirements of these courses are tailored to the respective content and course goals. The exact requirements will be made known in the first lesson.

Languages for Specific Purposes: Winter semester

Course Prerequisite Target level
Learn German and make radio programmes B1 B1+
Academic German: oral skills B2+ C1
Business English I B1+/B2 B2
Academic English B2 B2+
Proposal writing for national funding programmes B1+/B2 B2
Learn Romance languages through networking B1 (in a Romance
language)
plurlilingual competencies

Languages for Specific Purposes: Summer semester

Course Prerequisite Target level
Cultural Discoveries: Austria and the German Speaking Countries B1 B1+
Academic German: Written Skills B2+ C1
Business English II B1+/B2 B2
Academic Skills: Listening and Speaking B2 B2+
Academic Skills: Reading and Writing B2 B2+
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