German for theologians and pastoral professions

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All language programs are suitable for theologians, students of theology, pastors and priests of any Christian denomination. We customize the program to meet the individual needs of the students and their language requirements.

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Current Courses:

 

Course description

Current Courses:

Course description

German for theologians/pastors B2/C1

Available upon request.

 

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German for theologians/pastors B2/C1

Available upon request.

Please contact us.

All courses with more than 6 participants take place online via ZOOM!

 

All courses with more than 6 participants take place online via ZOOM!


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German for theologians/pastors B2/C1

Available upon request.







In the beginning was the Word (John 1:1)

Language courses for Catholic priests and theologians:

Cooperation project with the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart
  • Many years of experience in the language qualification of foreign priests
  • General language training program from A1 - C1
  • Annual B2 language exam for priests
  • Focus on phonetics
  • Cultural Program and Excursions
  • Language and cultural preparation for the vicariate by using real-life situations from everyday life in the parish.
All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made. (Joh 1:3)

Courses for theologians and philosophers

  • Specialized training of vocabulary for liturgy, sermons, and speeches
  • Correction of texts (sermons, church magazine, official correspondence)
  • Language assessment of talks and presentations


In Him was life, and the life was the light of men. (John 1:4)

For PhD candidates

  • Language fine tuning with the focus on theology or philosophy
  • Advice and support with specialist vocabulary during doctoral studies
  • Flexible formats for an individual language course
All our courses comply with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).