The placement test at ifa Akademie is mandatory for all intensive courses, the grade is relevant for the level of your course. By this, we guarantee every participant to be most successful in his or her learning effort.
The test takes place one week before the courses start and consists of a written and an oral part.
We recommend to use the online test GER- Einstufungstest (Cornelsen) as preparation for the evening, weekend and summer courses as well as for the additional courses. You can test your skills on the levels A1, A2 and B1.
We also offer you the opportunity to write a placement test for levels A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 at the ifa Akademiel. Please ask for more details during our office hours.
You have questions concerning courses, dates, exams or entry-levels?
Drop by during our office hours.
You can reach us:
via phone on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.00 - 12.00 o' clock under 0711- 2225-139
or via mail email@example.com
You are not living in Stuttgart and need an accommodation during your language course? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide you with a list of apartments, hotels and other alternatives.
Stuttgart is the 6th largest city in Germany and attractive during all seasons. You can find roaring city life and opportunities for rest at the same time. Chill in Stuttgart’s Schlossgarten right downtown or do your shopping in Germany’s longest shopping mile, the Königstraße. You enjoy cultural events? Stuttgart and its surrounding offer great locations such as Staatsgalerie with a large collection of international art, the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz museums, the Staatstheater, Staatsoper and the Stuttgart Ballet. www.stuttgart-tourist.de shows you the full range of attractions and events.
EU and Swiss citizens can enter Germany and stay without a visa. The identity card is accepted as travelling document. Citizens from a lot of other countries need to apply for visa at a German embassy or consulate in their home country. You can find more information on entry requirements at Auswärtiges Amt.
As EU citizen you can apply for a European health insurance card at your home insurance which allows you to get coverage of certain health care costs in Germany. As non-Eu citizen you should get private health insurance.
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