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Integration courses
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Integration courses at inlingua Freiburg,

We want to help you learn German so that you can feel better integrated. In doing so, our BAMF-funded integration courses are designed to be fun learning environments where you will notice progress from the very first lesson and will be communicating in German in no time at all. With groups averaging at around 18 participants, we guarantee that you will receive the encouragement and support you need to advance in the language. Our personally invested, experienced training staff, all of whom are native speakers, are on hand to answer any questions you may have in the training environment, including any learning issues you may encounter with your German course.



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Important information for course participation

Course entry is open to anyone who meets one of the following requirements: non-Germans as defined by Section 44 of the Residence Act (Aufenthaltsgesetz); ethnic German resettlers (Spätaussiedler), and their family members who are entitled to attend a German course under the provisions of Sections, 4, 7, or 9 of the Federal Expellees Act (Bundesvertriebenengesetz).

Course participation is mandatory for non-Germans who emigrated to Germany from 1 January 2005 onwards. Non-Germans living in Germany, such as EU citizens, spouses in marriage, common law spouses, or family members, are also eligible to attend and may apply for relevant funding.

If you would like further information, please contact one of our advisory staff!


Integration course fees

The current fee for first-time enrolment in a course is €1.95 per lesson (45 minutes) per person. The fee for the first 100 lessons (€195.00) is payable at the time of enrolment. Participants drawing benefits under Book Two of the Social Code (zweites Sozialgesetzbuch (SGB II)) or Book Twelve of the Social Code (zwölftes Sozialgesetzbuch (SGB XII)) are exempt from payment. Ethnic German resettlers (Spätaussiedler) and their family members are not required to make any co-payments (Zuzahlungen).

Course duration/scope

Each integration course runs for a maximum 1000 lessons of 45 minutes’ duration each and comprises the following components (modules):

  • Language training: 600 lessons
  • Orientation: 100 lessons
  • Refresher course: max. 300 lessons for those not successfully completing their original course

The language training course comprises a foundation course (300 lessons) followed by an advanced course (300 lessons).
Ab initio learners (those starting from the very beginning) typically attend the entire course, starting from the beginners’ module, until they have used up their full allotment of 600 lessons. Individual blocks may be repeated but are paid for by the individual themself.
The orientation course comprises 100 lessons and is included for all course participants. Participants with the corresponding level of German may attend the orientation course without attending the language training course.

Course types:

Group courses: available subject to the following conditions (a minimum number of participants is required with the same proficiency level and means of scheduling. Get in touch with us for more details!)