Languages, Cultures & Linguistics - German Beginners B

University College Dublin


Course Name Languages, Cultures & Linguistics - German Beginners B
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code GER10110
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Belfield
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment

Expand+This Autumn Trimester there will be two ‘start times’ for students:

1st September: Continuing Open Learning students

14th September: New students and those who are waiting to hear from the CAO before deciding whether to pursue Open Learnin...

Application Date

Expand+Pre-registration for September 2020 entry will open on August 18th. Please join our mailing list for updates.

Complete an online pre-registration form
Accept your Open Learning offer. It will usually take one working day to receive your offer, w...

Duration Spring Trimester - January to May.

Mode of Delivery: Face-to-Face.

How will I learn?
Student Effort Hours:
Student Effort Type
Small Group

Specified Learning Activities

Autonomous Student Learning

Course Fee The fee for Open Learning is €375 per audit module or €500 per credit module.
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Requirements, Exclusions and Recommendations
Learning Requirements:
Knowledge of basic German grammar such as is provided in the semester 1 module GER 10100 (equivalent to CEFR level A1)

Learning Exclusions:...

Financial Support

Expand+Scholarship and Financial Support

You may be eligible to apply for a PATH Open Learning Scholarship. Further information and eligibility criteria are outlined on the PATH Open Learning Scholarship webpage.

Course Content

Expand+GER10110 German Beginners B
Academic Year 2020/2021

This language module is a continuation of GER 10100 (German Beginners A). Students should thus have reached level A1 of the Common European Framework. The module will further develop students' r...

Subjects Taught Indicative Module Content:
This module will cover familiar topics relating to everyday life, such as family, relationships, travel and mobility, hobbies, media, professions, entertainment, cities, traditions and customs, films and inventors/ inventions. In terms of grammar, topics include subclauses, possessive articles, modal verbs, reflexive pronouns, indirect questions, personal pronouns, temporal adverbs,, prepositions (dative and accusative) and the passiv.
Number of Credits 5
Careers or Further Progression

Expand+Accumulating Open Learning Credits
Open Learners who successfully complete a credit module will be awarded 5 credits.

5 credits can be used by mature students (23 years and older) in place of the MSAP exam when applying for a place on relevant un...

Further Enquiries

Expand+We have a dedicated team who support the Open Learning programme:

Jenny -
Dr Jenny Doyle is Project Manager in UCD Access and Lifelong Learning. Jenny can offer you direction and support in all aspects of our part-time progr...

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