German is a compulsory part of your studies

German is a compulsory part of the Esslingen master's programs. Students do not receive credits for German but: they must demonstrate German language skills of at least Level A2 for admission to the third semester (master's thesis). Please note that this is a compulsory part of the Esslingen master's programs. It is a study requirement: students who do not have these skills by the end of the second semester will be expelled from the study program. To meet this requirement, it is therefore necessary to have already completed Level A1/Goethe II (200 hours of German lessons) before arrival in September. The Graduate School offers German courses from level A2-B2 but not beginners' courses. The Graduate School German classes are conducted within the guidelines set out in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

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