German as level 2 in upper secondary school or the equivalent.
Knowledge: After completion of the study programme, students will:
Skills: After completion of the study programme, students will have aquired skills in both oral and written German.
General competency: After completion of the study programme, students will be capable of applying their knowledge and skills in compliance with relevant professional-ethical requirements and guidelines.
Students that do the one-year programme in German may (depending on availability) be able to join a two-week course at The German-Norwegian Study Centre in Kiel.
The one-year programme frequently accepts inbound exchange students from German-speaking countries. They take one or several courses through the programme and they represent a significant opportunity for “internationalization at home” for our native students.
The three courses offered during autumn semester may qualify students for teaching German at the primary and lower secondary school level.
The University of Agder (UiA) encourages increased use of digital tools in its study programmes. The aim is to utilize new forms of communication and to try new arrangements for teaching and academic supervision. Students at UiA will to an increasing extent be using computers in their daily academic work. A transition to digital examinations is an important part of this process. It is a requirement that all students at UiA have their own portable computer (`laptop¿) for use in teaching and examinations, see Examination Regulations, University of Agder, §12d.
Faculty of Humanities and Education