Aktuelle Information

Derzeit ist der Präsenzbetrieb der VHS Neukölln bis einschließlich 7. März 2021 ausgesetzt. Es finden deshalb keine Kurse in Präsenzform statt.
Beachten Sie bitte das umfangreiche Angebot an Online- und Blended-Learning-Kursen, das weiterhin durchführbar bleibt und unter www.berlin.de/vhs-neukoelln/kurse zu finden ist.

Die Beratung und Anmeldung für Integrationskurse und für Kurse für Geflüchtete findet telefonisch und ausschließlich nach Terminvereinbarung statt, und zwar montags bis donnerstags jeweils 9:30 bis 13:00 Uhr und 14:00 bis 17:00 Uhr. Die Telefonnummer für die Beratung und Terminvereinbarung ist:
(030) 90239-3388.
Bitte vereinbaren Sie einen Termin. Die persönliche Beratung findet dann in der Geschäftsstelle der VHS in der Boddinstraße 34, 12053 Berlin statt.
Kommen Sie bitte nicht unangekündigt! Zudem ist das Tragen eines Mund-Nasen-Schutzes im gesamten Gebäude verpflichtend.

Bleiben Sie gesund!

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German as a Foreign Language

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The VHS Neukölln offers courses in “German as a Second Language” from literacy to the “Großes Deutsches Sprachdiplom” as well as weekend seminars. All our courses are based on the levels defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) and will subsequently prepare you for the following examinations: B1, known in Germany as “German test for immigrants” (Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer, DTZ), B2, C1 and C2.

Advice and Registration

Advice and registration for the German and integration courses takes place by telephone or upon appointment.

Office hours:

Monday to Thursday: 9.30am to 1pm – 2pm to 5pm

Closed on public holidays and school holidays

Tel.: (030) 90239 3388
E-Mail: deutschberatung@bezirksamt-neukoelln.de

Our advisers remain at your disposal for any enquiries.

All appointments must be scheduled upfront. Your health and the health of our employees are always our top priority.
Due to current regulations people without a scheduled appointment will not be allowed into the premises.

Integration Courses (according to § 43 of the Reference Act)

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The integration course has been designed by the German government with the intention to successfully teach the German language and knowledge of Germany's legal system, culture and history to foreigners. More information

Courses for parents and mothers

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The mothers / parents German courses are designed to help mothers find their way around the German educational system. Additional topics in the courses are family, everyday life and leisure. More information

Courses for Refugees

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These courses are aimed specifically at asylum seekers or persons in procession of a tolerated stay permit who have not yet been admitted to the integration courses of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF). More information

German for Professional Purposes

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The vocational language courses, in accordance with section 45a of the Residence Act, are a language program for people from an immigrant background who want to improve their chances in the job market. More information

Basic, Independent, Proficient User Courses

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The basic, independent and proficient user courses are aimed at people who want to learn or improve German as a foreign language, from language level A1 to C2. More information

Examination Preparation and Grammar Training

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These courses are aimed at people who would like to improve their German skills or wish to prepare for an Examination. Those trainings are held in the form of block seminars held either on weekends or two days a week. More information

Tests for Naturalisation at the Volkshochschule Neukölln

Link to: Tests for Naturalisation at the Volkshochschule Neukölln
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If you pass the naturalisation test, you will receive a certificate with your result from the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. A language test for naturalisation can be also required. More information