German language level is an important part of successful studies in Germany, even if you decide to study in English.Find out in advance which language level is required of you when you think about studying at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences. You can find an overview of the recognised German language certificates here.

Important: When applying for some degree programmes, you have to provide evidence of C1 level. Look at the study and examination regulations (German) for the individual study programmes.

For a Master's degree programme taught in English, please note the specific language requirements of the individual Master's degree programmes, as they can be different from each other.


Offer of the Language Centre

Would you like to improve your language skills or learn a completely different language?

The Language Centre offers many courses in different languages. There are general as well as specialist language courses.

Would you like to find out more? The Language Centre of UAS Ansbach can be found in the building 50 in the west wing.

If you would like to attend any language course, you have to register via moodle (only for students at UAS Ansbach!).



Online German language course

To ensure that you can meet the language prerequisites of your studies (according to the SPOs) and to facilitate your everyday life in Germany, UAS Ansbach offers you free language courses held by professional teachers.

Depending on your prior knowledge and course requirements, you can choose between 2 different levels. Level "A1" will focus on basic grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation and can also serve as a memory refresher. "A2" will help you understand more complex texts and utilise specialised terminology.

Both courses consist of 80 hours per semester. The course for the winter semester is scheduled for July and August, the course for the summer semester takes place in December and January, allowing you to develop your German language skills right in time for the start of your studies. Due to the current COVID situation, these courses will be held online with interactive group learning, together with other students from around the world. An official examination is part of this course.

Important note: The number of participants for the online German course is limited to 25 in both A1 and A2. Therefore, registration is only possible for one course. After the registration deadline, all selected participants will receive an invitation and the course dates (course start date, zoom login details, and information about the exam) for the respective online German course.

Registration: currently not possible

Tips for learning German

Use every free minute and learn German everywhere! Here you will find tips for three online platforms on which you can improve your German language skills for free. You will also learn something about the culture, life or current topics in Germany. Have fun!

Deutsche Welle – Deutsch lernen: Levels A1-C including placement test Online courses, grammar, games, audio-visual materials, and much more

OPEN vhb-Kurse: non-curricular, open online courses from Bavarian universities for anyone who is interested

ArrivalNews: newspaper in simple German about national political, cultural and everyday topics


Language Café for students

Looking for an international get-together? The student council (AG Internationalisierung) is organising a Language Café with 8 languages (Spanish, German, French, English, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian), which will take place for the first time on 01.12.2022 from 6 pm in room 54.0.2 on the main campus in Ansbach*.

All interested students are cordially invited to spend an intercultural evening in a relaxed atmosphere, polish up their language skills or learn a new foreign language. This is the best opportunity to exchange views with (international) fellow students and learn new languages.

Important: Students do not have to be a professional in any language! It's all about fun and practice!
*The Language Café is expected to take place regularly.


German language, difficult language - especially when it comes to academic or technical German. That is why we have put together a glossary (a selection) for you with many important and relevant terms from the academic field and for studying and living in Germany. Download the glossary here and have it with you whenever you come across an unfamiliar word.



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Mitarbeiter Bereich Beratung: Allgemeine Studienberatung, Career Service, Alumni

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Varun Friedrich Ort

Varun Friedrich Ort – Mitarbeiter Bereich Beratung: Allgemeine Studienberatung, Career Service, Alumni

Mitarbeiter Bereich Beratung: Allgemeine Studienberatung, Career Service, Alumni


Mitarbeiter Bereich Beratung: Allgemeine Studienberatung, Career Service, Alumni