The telc C1 HS course is designed for students or prospective students who are preparing to study in Germany and require a university admission for this purpose.
A telc or Goethe B2 certificate or similar is required.
Course structure & Our methodology
The telc C1 HS- course is an intensive course which prepares you optimally for the telc C1 exam. At the end of the 8-week course, you will write the telc exam and most likely pass it. Our licensed telc examiners and telc assessors will prepare you for the upcoming telc exam with their years of experience and will be at your side with advice and practical support. In order to help you reach your goal, a structured syllabus is provided, which will prepare you step by step for the telc exam.
Accordingly, grammar tests are written every week and your vocabulary is constantly being expanded in this course. In addition, you will write a sub-test every week, so we will make you familiar with the telc exam and you can clarify possible questions about the exam parts in advance. In addition, the teachers will give you tips on how to handle the respective examination tasks well.
Our methods are there:
- Systematic practicing
- Step by step preparation for the exam
- Authentic material
- Video-based learning
- Playful learning
- Discussions on current topics
Aim of the course
The aim of the C1 course is to enable the participants to speak with confidence in everyday, professional and social life as well as in training and study. Participants should be able to express themselves clearly and distinctly, in a well-structured and detailed manner, even on complex and abstract issues. They should be able to understand a wide range of demanding and longer texts and to grasp implicit meanings. You can express yourself precisely and write competently to a wide range of audiences. You can also use language flexibly in personal correspondence and can use and understand allusions and jokes. Learners are guided to develop a reader-friendly and personal style in order to be able to express themselves convincingly. Well-structured, detailed reports or fictional descriptions are also easy for our participants to master.