The DSH (German abbreviation for Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang)
The DSH (German abbreviation for Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang) is a language proficiency test required for entry to a German university and to undertake all classes in the German language.
It consists of a written and an oral examination, the written part being a precondition for the oral one. Students are allowed to use a German–German dictionary during the written examinations and—in case of failing—to only repeat the examination once. The grading scale of DSH is between 1–3 with 3 being the best possible grade.
Proficiency levels according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR):
DSH 1 (≥57%): Level B2.2
DSH 2 (≥67%): Level C1.1
DSH 3 (≥82%): Level C1.2
The required level to apply to the university ist at least DSH 2 in both parts of the exams!
Participants who reach in the written part the level DSH 3 but in the oral part reach the level DSH 1 the final grade of the exam will be DSH 1!
Information Event takes part on 15.12.2018 at 11.30!
The course beginns on 07. Januar 2019.
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