Examinations in modern foreign languages
• Every language course ends with a final examination.
• The examination comprises a written and oral part.
• The condition to pass the examination is the obtainment of a minimum of 60% for both the written and oral part.
• The oral part may be taken by those students who have passed the written part.
• The final mark is the sum of the points obtained in the written and oral parts.
• The testing of listening skills may be conducted during (final) classes held in the last study semester.
• Detailed information on the individual parts of the written and oral examination as well as on the types of questions and tasks is given in the descriptions of examinations at the various levels of proficiency.
Undergraduate studies (levels: B1, B2, C1, C2 and 5-year MA/MSC degree programmes (levels: B2+, C1+, C2+)