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Enrolment 2020-2021

  • Enrolment period: from 9 to 30 September 2020

German courses

1

If you are a student at or member of the UdG and this is the FIRST time you are enrolling at the SLM or you have previously enrolled but have not passed the language level at the SLM below the one you wish to enrol on...

  • You will need to demonstrate your level of German to enrol on the corresponding course (unless you register for A1):
    • either with an official language certificate (consult this document for the certificates you can submit)
    • or completing an SLM proficiency test (consult what you need to do to take the German proficiency test)
  • Please send an email to llengues@udg.edu with the following details:
    • name, surnames, ID No., telephone,
    • course code and name
    • Language proficiency certificate or statement from the German coordinator indicating the recommended course level, scanned (unless you enrol for the A1 course)
  • and you will receive an e-mail confirming that you have been enrolled.

View the prices and terms of payment of the courses under Prices

2

If you are a student or a member of the UDG Group and you have passed, at the MLS, the language level immediately before the one you want to enrol for...

  • you will need to enrol online, by clicking on ONLINE ENROLMENT. BEFORE THIS, you must read the following instructions:
  • You will need to select the language course:
    • if starting from zero, you can register for the A1 level
    • if you have completed a course or exam at the SLM, you will be able to register directly at the following level
    • if you did not pass the course or exam you previously registered for, you will need to register at the same level again
  • you will need to fill in the online enrolment form by clicking on the Enrolment tab with the required personal details
  • and you will receive a confirmation email that you have been registered

View the prices and terms of payment of the courses under Prices

3

If you are an ALUMNI or member of the UdG Group and it is the FIRST time you are enrolling at the MLS or you have enrolled before but you have not passed, at the MLS, the language level immediately before the one you want to enrol for...

  • you must prove that you belong to this group by sending an official document or accreditation to llengues@udg.edu.
  • you will need to prove your level of proficiency in German to register on the corresponding course (unless you register for A1):
    • either with a language certificate from the SLM at UdG (in this case, you do not need to attach it, just indicate which one you are referring to)
    • either with an official language certificate (consult this document for the certificates you can submit)
    • or completing a German proficiency test (consult what you need to do to take the German proficiency test)
  • Please send an email to llengues@udg.edu with the following details:
    • name, surnames, ID No., telephone,
    • course code and name
    • language proficiency certificate or statement from the German coordinator indicating the recommended level, scanned (not necessary when registering for the A1 course)
    • a bank account number from which payment for your enrolment will be taken.
  • and you will receive an email confirming that you are registered

If you are an ALUMNI:

  • To register as an Alumni, you have to be an ex-student of the UdG and become an Alumni free of charge. Become an Alumni!
  • you have the same user code you had as a UdG student. If you have forgotten it or can’t remember the password, get in touch with the office of the secretary (llengues@udg.edu) to update it.

If you are a member of the UdG Group, as soon as your enrolment with the MLS is registered, you will receive two e-mails: 

  • a first automatic e-mail notifying you that you have registered as a user  
  • a second e-mail, some days later, with a notification of a definitive user account (user code and password allocation link), which you have to activate within less than one week, because permissions for use expire.

View the prices and terms of payment of the courses under Prices

4

If you are an ALUMNI or a member of the UDG Group and you have passed, at the MLS, the language level immediately before the one you want to enrol for...

  • Follow the instructions in step 2.

Proficiency test

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Proficiency test

The German proficiency test is scheduled during the enrolment period, from 9 to 30 September 2020. It consists of an online test, which you can access via this link: German proficiency test of the SLM.

You will be shown your result as soon as the test is completed. You must send this result to the SLM's German coordinator, Dankmute Pohl, by email (dankmute.pohl@udg.edu). You will need to schedule a tutorial appointment with her.

At the tutorial, the coordinator will provide you with a document containing the recommendation of the appropriate German course for you to register on.

Enrolment on courses:

Once you have taken the proficiency test, you can enrol by following enrolment procedure 1 or 3 according to the group to which you belong.

You can also enrol  in person  during the public opening hours on the website and with an appointment, as stated on the website. Given the current health emergency, it is advisable to avoid enrolling in person.

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