The city and state of Bremen is full of cultural and historical opportunities to explore. With museums, theatres, and art museums as well as shopping, and tourist destinations, Bremen offers a large selection of entertainment for everyone.
Transportation around the city is easy - just a short tram or bus ride away from anything you may need. Or walk through the city centre and enjoy the modern lifestyle while surrounded by history and culture.
Bremen offers an ideal place to study, with multiple education institutions and plenty of resources to further learning. While full of intellectual prospect, the city also presents abundant social and leisure opportunities for students.
Your stay in Bremen can be made much easier with the ability to communicate with the locals. This course includes German language courses to facilitate this process or improve your level of proficiency, working towards fluency in the German language. Teaching German in everyday situations, it offers an introduction to German language basics.
According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages we teach levels from A1 to C1.
Course description – beginners
Learning basic German (speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing, communicative grammar) with the aid of modern teaching methods (incl. e-learning in the Language Learning Center), introduction to short news articles and television news, applying language for everyday communication in and around Bremen.
Course description – advanced students
Improvement of all language skills, capability of sophisticated phrasing, (inter-) cultural aspects, project work.
Bremen's port in Bremerhaven has played an important role in history concerning the emigration from Germany to North America. Learn about this process through various sources in our beautiful city, rich with cultural heritage.
Through lectures, seminars, and individual research, this course offers the chance to investigate German history, history of emigration, integration, multicultural issues, and much more, culminating in a project to track down the desiny of emigrants originating from our harbour.
To complement these studies, classes travel to focal points in and around Bremen such as a visit to the German Emigration Center in Bremerhaven to learn more about the destiny of the emigrants in past centuries. A trip to Germany‘s vibrant capital Berlin will round off the cultural experience of life and culture in modern-day Germany.
|Course date||June 13th – July 08th, 2016|
|Registration deadline||March 31st, 2016|
|Target group||open to students of all disciplines and those who have completed at least one year of college or the equivalent|
|Course fee||1960,- € |
includes accommodation, excursions, entrance fees, orientation
Total course hours: 105
Language course: 60 hours
History course: 45 hours
Information and registration:
Phone: +49 (0) 421 | 218 - 61 96 5,
Fax: +49 (0) 421 | 218 - 98 61 96 5
Email: sommerkurs @uni-bremen.de
Fees for the course amount to 1960 €.
Payment is possible by bank transfer or check.
|Name of bank||Bremer Landesbank|
|Bank code (BLZ)||290 500 00|
|Account No.||1 070 500 022|
|IBAN||DE 20 290 500 00 1070 500 022|
|Reason for payment||EK 50010100, IA 85702002, Uni-Sommerkurse, Name of student|
Please note that all the bank/money transfer fees have to be paid by you. In order to register, please send in the confirmation of payment to the address:
We will send you confirmation upon receipt of your registration. A processing fee of 90,- Euros will be retained upon cancellation of your registration. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made within three weeks of the course start date.
The University of Bremen does not provide health insurance for participants of the summer course.
You can register online at: http://www.fremdsprachenzentrum-bremen.de/2268.0.html?&L=1
Deutsches Auswandererhaus, Fotograf: Werner Huthmacher