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Guten Tag! Hätten Sie einen Moment Zeit?
30 August 2022

Do you know when to use Zahlen, Fakten or Daten? Or the difference between Liefertermin and Lieferzeit? If you regularly use German at work, the training course in Business German of the University of Groningen Language Centre is for you.

Over 10 weekly meetings, you’ll extensively broaden your vocabulary, speak solely in German, and practise business conversations. You will also learn more about German business culture and how to navigate it.

Do you want to see and learn more?

Personal attention

A strong feature of this training course is that you will regularly receive personal feedback and use examples and scenarios from your own workplace. In this way, you can immediately apply what you have learnt. You will be taught by our experienced and enthusiastic teacher, who will dedicate plenty of time to each course participant.

‘There was plenty of time to actually speak during the training course. We were given various topics on which to prepare a discussion, as a result of which our vocabularies were automatically expanded!’
‘The teacher created a safe environment to be actively involved. She provided clear instructions and there was an open atmosphere for asking questions.’

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Business German

Business German training course
Start: Wednesday 5 October, 9 – 11 a.m.
Participant workload: 10 two-hour lessons, with two hours of self-study per lesson
Level: reasonable basic knowledge of German (A2/B1)
Location: Groningen

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