An official language test is always a challenge and there is often a lot of pressure to pass it. The two most important exams in German are the B2 level test for successfully finding a job and taking up work in Germany, and the TestDaF as an entrance requirement to study at a university in Germany. Sprachinstitut TREFFPUNKT can help you prepare most effectively for either.
Anyone thinking about studying in Germany needs access to adequate information. Friends can be a good source of advice, but most prospective students rely on the website of their preferred university to provide them with all the facts they need. However, if the website does not give them clear and easily accessible information, or if it lacks the personal touch, they may well look elsewhere. What was your experience with your chosen university's website? The link below will lead you to a current survey carried out by AlumniPortal Deutschland: >>> www.alumniportal-deutschland.org/education/study-training/article/studying-in-germany.html
"Deutsch Perfekt" – Simple learn German
The language magazine "Deutsch Perfekt" is popular with all learners of German. Its November issue again includes current and interesting reports: Hamburg with its new "port city" is the subject of the lead article. A report on the Germans' love for their dogs, and a portrait of the writer Heinrich von Kleist are also featured. The latest issue boasts many exercises, translations and more than 800 word explanations! Order the current issue here >>> Learn-german-online.net/en/partner/german-perfect-deutsch-perfekt.html