Language certificates at Bremen University for Spanish/ Spanish studies

The following are accepted as proof of language competence:

DELE language diploma: Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera

DELE A1
DELE A2
DELE B1
DELE B2
DELE C1
DELE C2

Exam fees, registration forms and detailed information about the exam can be found at: www.bremen.cervantes.es/de/sprachdiplome_dele/default.htm

Language certificates at the Instituto Cervantes in Bremen

This test is offered for those who are not taking Romance studies and for prospective students who are not available on the exam dates listed above.

  • Language level required: depends on the degree course
  • Exam date: Friday, June 14th 2019, at the Instituto Cervantes Bremen
    Scheduled time 09:00 to 11:30, 30 min. break, oral exams scheduled from 12:00 (approx. 15 min.)
    Please bring your official ID card or passport to the exam.
    There will be an extra exam date for successors on Friday, September 6th 2019.
    Scheduled time 09:00 to 11:30, 30 min. break, oral exams scheduled from 12:00 (approx. 15 min.)
    Please bring your official ID card or passport to the exam.

  • Person to contact: Frau Petra Pape, petra.pape@cervantes.es
  • Fee: € 40 (candidates who can prove they have registered for the DELE certificates are not required to pay this fee.)
  • Registration deadline: until 1 week before the exam date at the latest by sending an email to the email address above
  • Results announced and certificates: around 3 days after the date of the exam
  • Candidates may withdraw from the exam up to 24 hours before it is due to take place. Under no circumstances is it possible to withdraw any later than this and have the exam fee reimbursed.

Content:

Written exam:

  • Reading comprehension: answer questions on informational texts (multiple choice questions). Select information from a text using a series of questions.
  • Written expression: write short texts with a simple structure and of a practical nature, e.g. write a note, postcard, etc. (80-100 words).
  • Listening comprehension: the candidates hear 4 recorded exercises consisting of simple dialogues or information and have to answer multiple choice questions about these texts.
  • Grammar and vocabulary: match different statements to the correct situations. Identify words or expressions which do not fit the context of the text. Complete a gap-fill text (multiple choice).

Oral exam:

The candidate takes part in a short dialog with the examiner which deals with an everyday situation. They will also have to briefly explain their motivation for wanting to study.

Language competence based on number of years studied at school

If you did your Abitur in year 12 (G8)

Language level Years studied at school

A1 at least 1 year

A2 at least 3 years

B1 at least 6 years

Continued until year 11

 

If you did your Abitur in year 13 (G9)

Language level Years studied at school

A 1 at least 1 year

A 2 at least 3 years

B 1 at least 7 years

contimued until year 12

Unless your Abitur certificate expressly states the language level you have achieved, it is not possible to demonstrate foreign language competence of B2 level or higher as per the European Framework of Reference for Languages by virtue of the length of time you have studied the language in school. Validity of language certificates: as stated on the particular document/ certificate.