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If you are new in Germany and are currently living in Hamburg, it’s important for you to learn the German language (unless, of course, you already know it). BBQ in Hamburg is now offering an appropriate Integration Course for immigrants and refugees.
The costs for the Integration Course in Hamburg may be covered by the Job Center, if they have sent you to the course; alternatively, you can apply to them for financing. You must, however, have a temporary resident permit (Aufenthaltsgestattung). Those interested who have a resident permit (Aufenthaltstitel) should apply directly to their local Foreigners Registration Office (Ausländerbehörde).
What is an integration course?
An Integration Course is a government-subsidized language course in combination with an orientation course.
The course extends over 660 hours of in-class teaching.
- The language course consists of 600 hours of lessons in German.
- The integration course, with 60 hours, deals with German history, culture, and the legal system.
The Integration Course has two final exams: the “German Test for Immigrants” (DTZ), and “Life in Germany” (LiD).
If you already have some knowledge of German, you can begin the course in a higher module. Your starting point will be determined by a certified teacher, who will test your German proficiency. That will set the pace for your learning. At the Integration Course in Hamburg you will be optimally prepared for dealing with the challenges of day-to-day life in Germany!