Here you will find information for learning German in preparation for studying and the Prepare-Program.
The Goethe-Institute cooperates with the FZBH at all levels of German language courses. You can obtain more information and enroll online on the FZHB or Goethe-Institute websites. On campus, you will also have the opportunity to receive personalized information in the Goethe-Institute office, located in the Glass Hall.
The international summer course by the FZHB is open to participants from around the world who want to learn German in Bremen. These four-week courses are held at three levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. For more information, visit the following website of the Language Centre.
Since the 19th century, seven million emigrants have undertaken the journey from the harbour in Bremerhaven, Germany to North America. This major pathway of emigration is the main focus of this summer program on the history of emigration and the role of Bremen and Bremerhaven. We will visit the German Emigration Center in Bremerhaven and learn more about the destiny of the emigrants in the last centuries. You will be able to track down your own family history or the destiny of other emigrants as a part of extended project work. Lecturers from different departments of the university will teach topics such as German history, history of emigration, integration, multicultural issues, and much more. In addition, we offer a rich cultural program, exploring Bremen and the vicinity. A trip to Germany‘s vibrant capital, Berlin, will round off the cultural experience of life and culture in modern-day Germany.
In cooperation with the International Office, the FZHB offers introductory German courses to exchange students from partner universities and the Erasmus program before the beginning of each semester. More information can be found on the website of the Language Centre.