German is one of the modern languages the youngsters would like to learn for various purposes. There are large no of students who wish to have sufficient knowledge in this language. Other languages are French, English, Russian, Chinese, Spanish which are in great demand.
In this article we shall tell you about the German Language Courses, its scope, universities and institutes that offer these courses, Fee structures, Eligibility and other related information.
Scope of German Language –
As an Interpreter – If you are bilingual ( having knowledge of two languages), especially having knowledge of English and then you learn German, you can get the job of Interpreter in Embassy or in the International Company which deals with Germany.
As a teacher – You can also work as a teacher after doing some Course in German. In so many International Schools, German is taught as one of the languages.
Universities/ Institutes that offer German Language Course –
Indira Gandhi Open University in collaboration with the University of Vienna and Goethe Institute/ Max Mueller Bhavan offers diploma Programme in teaching German as a Foreign Language.
Eligibility for the German Course –
For doing the German Language Diploma Programme, the candidates must be Graduate in any of the subjects besides having knowledge of German ( Level B1 ” Zertifikat Deutsch” ).
This is a correspondence course which provides you the opportunity of self-study. It is a 4 Module Programmes for which the candidates have also to attend the contact classes and workshop. The duration of training is 720 hours including 240 hours of teaching programmes.
The training is held at the Partner Schools venue at Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore.
Duration of the German Language Programme –
The candidates can complete the Programme in 1 to 3 years as per their convenience.
Application Fee –
The Course usually begins in the month of January. The Application fee is around Rs 7,000.
For more information, you can contact to – Renu Bhardwaj firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can contact – Goethe Institute email@example.com.