Archive for March 2018

The Online registration for our HU GLA Winter Program 2019 is open!

We are happy to announce that the Online registration for our Winter Program, 2019 is open from now on!

In our Winter Module I, 2019 we offer a variety of German Intensive courses with Academic lessons to improve your German language skills and to expand your knowledge about the German culture:

A1.2: Winter in Berlin

A2: Winter in Berlin

B1: Zoom on Berlin

B2: German Culture and Area Studies

C1-C2: Nanu, die Deutschen (with a focus on literature)

Please note, that the course dates for this module have changed to January 14th to February 1st, 2019.

In our Winter Module II, 2019 you are welcome to participate in comprehensive German classes, in which you will improve your language skills and expand your vocabulary quickly.

For further information please check the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/hu-gla-en/wp-en

23. March 2018 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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Exclusive Dexin-registration for all Chinese applicants for our HU GLA Summer Program 2018!

Please note, that all Chinese applicants for our HU GLA Summer Program 2018 are supposed to register exclusively through Beijing Dexin Cultural Exchange Startup/Ltd.!

Please contact the following email address for detailed information about free spots in our HU GLA German Intensive courses or about the availability of apartment spots during the given course program:

dexin0012@126.com

Alternatively, you can get in contact with WeChat-Gongzhonghao-ID: Dexintuandui.

Thank you for your cooperation!

19. March 2018 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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Our new German Intensive course C1 in our HU GLA SM II, 2018!

Deutsch-Intensivkurs C1

Dieser Kurs mit der Kulturwissenschaftlerin Christine Magerski ist eine Einladung zur Erkundung Berlins als „creative city“ für fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner/innen. In Seminaren und Exkursionen machen Sie eine ebenso spannende wie fachlich informierte  Bekanntschaft mit Berlin als Zentrum kultureller und künstlerischer Kreativität – angefangen von der Zeit um 1900 über die Weimarer Republik und die 1960er Jahre bis zur Gegenwart.

Reflektieren Sie die Kulturgeschichte der Metropole anhand ausgewählter Künstlergruppen und lernen Sie die Berlin anhand der Schauplätze seiner Kreativszene(n) kennen: Von den Kneipen der Boheme der Jahrhundertwende in der Mitte über die Künstlerkolonien am Stadtrand, das Kreuzberg der 1960er und den Prenzlauer Berg der 1980er Jahre bis zur heutigen Hipster-Szene Neuköllns.

Dozentin:

Dr. Christine Magerski

1998 Abschluss des MA-Studiums in Comparative Literature and History an der Freien Universität Berlin

2003 Abschluss des PhD in German Studies/Cultural Studies an der Monash University in Melbourne, Australien

1998-2003 Dozentin für Deutsch als Fremdsprache (DaF) am Goethe-Institut in Sydney und am Goethe-Institut in Melbourne

2004-2008 DAAD-Dozentin an der University of Zagreb (Croatia)

Seit 2010 Professorin für Deutsche Literatur an der University of Zagreb, Kroatien

Autorin verschiedener Bücher im Bereich Deutsche Literatur und Kultur:

Die Konstituierung des literarischen Feldes in Deutschland nach 1871 (de Gruyter 2004), Theorien der Avantgarde (VS 2011), Lebenskünstler. Kleine Kulturgeschichte der Berliner Boheme (Vergangenheitsverlag 2014), Gelebte Ambivalenz. Die Bohème als Prototyp der Moderne (VS 2015) and Imperiale Welten. Literatur und politische Theorie am Beispiel Habsburg (Velbrück 2018).

Kursdetails:

Deutschunterricht am Vormittag:   

80 Unterrichtseinheiten

Montag bis Freitag, 9.00 – 12.30 Uhr

Fachunterricht am Nachmittag:

20 Unterrichtseinheiten

zwei- bis dreimal pro Woche, Dienstag bis Donnerstag, 13.30 – 15.00 Uhr

Further information about our Summer Module II, 2018 please check the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/hu-gla-en/smii-en

 

 

13. March 2018 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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Our new German Intensive course A1.2 in our HU GLA Summer Program 2018!

We have designed a new German Intensive course A1.2 in our HU GLA Summer Program 2018 for you:

German Intensive Course A1.2

Streetlife – Experience and discover Berlin

“Berliners are unfriendly and reckless, rude and bossy, Berlin is repugnant, loud, dirty and gray, construction sites and clogged roads wherever you look – but I feel sorry for all people who can not live here!”

Anneliese Bödecker

Get to know Berlin, its art, culture and people directly on the streets of Berlin and see what makes Berlin so special. In communicative situations, we move through the city and practice our German at the same time. On the street we discover Berlin’s alternative and creative side through graffiti and street performances or experience the intercultural side of Berlin on the Maybachufer in Berlin-Neukölln (excursions: city rally through Berlin-Mitte, graffiti tour through Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, visit the Turkish market on Maybachufer in Berlin-Neukölln, visit of the Urban Nation Museum For Contemporary Art).

Instructor:

Andreas Fechner

2015 Graduation in Master’s degree program in Foreign German/German as a Foreign and Second Language at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena

2012 Graduation in Master’s degree in Asian Studies and Oriental and Asian Languages/Translating at the University of Bonn and the University of Kumamoto, Japan (exchange year)

Since 2011 Lecturer in German as a Foreign and Second Language in Berlin (inter alia at the Goethe-Institut Berlin) and abroad (inter alia at the Goethe-Institut Korea in Seoul, Daegu and Busan)

Course details:

German class in the morning:

80 credit hours, Monday to Friday, 09.00 am – 12.30 pm

Academic lessons in the afternoon:

20 credit hours, two to three times a week, Tuesday to Thursday, 01.30 pm – 03.00 pm

 

Further information about our HU GLA Summer Program 2018 please check the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/hu-gla-en/sp-en

8. March 2018 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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