German courses

at inlingua Memmingen

Learn German with inlingua Memmingen

The German State facilitates a variety of grants, among those are language courses at inlingua Memmingen. Do you plan to participate in an integration course? Do you receive professional welfare from the Employment Office (Budesagentur für Arbeit), or the JobCenter? 

We’re here to help you obtain the best support for your language development.

In collaboration with the German Federal Agency of Migration and Refugees (BAMF) we offer specially developed courses, that will help you find your way around Germany. Integration courses are available for migrants and refugees with no, or little knowledge of the German language.

Integration courses are government-funded. Participants are required to make a co-payment of 1,95€ per lesson. Co-payment exemptions may be granted if you are the recipient of welfare such as unemployment benefit II (Arbeitslosengeld II), and social assistance (Hilfe zum Lebensunterhalt—Sozialhilfe), or if your monthly income is limited. Proof of financial need must be included in the application.

 

 

In collaboration with the German Federal Agency of Migration and Refugees (BAMF) we offer specially developed courses, that will help you find your way around Germany. Integration courses are available for migrants and refugees with no, or little knowledge of the German language.

Integration courses are government-funded. Participants are required to make a co-payment of 1,95€ per lesson. Co-payment exemptions may be granted if you are the recipient of welfare such as unemployment benefit II (Arbeitslosengeld II), and social assistance (Hilfe zum Lebensunterhalt—Sozialhilfe), or if your monthly income is limited. Proof of financial need must be included in the application.

 

Starting dates

Language Type Start level Start date Training time

We offer daily full-time courses, comprised of 5 lessons per day, as well as, part-time evening courses, including 4 lessons 4 times a week. 

Participants who have already acquired German language skills may be placed in an ongoing course. A placement test—written and oral exam—is used to assess your current level and will help us assign you to the perfect module.

Appointments for the placement test: by arrangement, every Tuesday afternoon

A Certificate of Eligibility (Zulassungsberechtigung oder Verpflichtung) is required. You may obtain it from the Aliens Department, the JobCenter, the Employment Office (Agentur für Arbeit), or your language school.

Integration courses are for persons who hold a residence permit and plan to remain in Germany permanently (in particular: asylum applicants with good prospects to remain), Union citizens, and German nationals with a German language deficit. Children, teenagers and young adults, who are required to attend school may not participate.

The following group of persons are eligible to attend subsidized German courses:

  • Foreign nationals with residence titles
  • Ethnic German resettlers
  • EU citizens
  • German nationals

For further information click the official BAMF website

The course ends with the »Deutsch für Zuwanderer« (level B1) test. The Orientation Course ends with the »Leben in Deutschland« test.

After successful participation each participant receives an integration course certificate (Zertifikat Integrationskurs). The German Federal Agency of Migration and Refugees offers a 50% refund of the course fees to students who pass both exams at the first attempt. The application for a refund can be filed at our school. 

Students who fail the exams will receive a written statement about their results and have the possibility to apply for another 300 lessons.

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