Welcome to the Sprach- und Kulturbörse  

of the TU Berlin

 

Sign up for a placement test

From today on you can sign up for a placement test! Here you can find the instructions: https://blogs.tu-berlin.de/skb_anmeldung/

 

 

Registration for placement test from 16.4.

You can sign up for a placement test from the am 16.04.

 

You can find the link for the registration website here: 

https://blogs.tu-berlin.de/skb_anmeldung/

 

A placement test is mandatory if you want to sign up for a course with higher level and you do not have a certificate from a previous SKB course.

 

IMPORTANT: Signing up for a placement test does not mean signing up for a course. The appointment for a test does not guarantee you a spot in the course. After your enrollment you will get an enrollment digit. With the enrollment digit you will be able to sign up for a course from the 21.04. 

 

 

ONLINE INFORMATION DESK for your question about SKB language courses!

Do you have questions about our registrations, placement tests, courses…? Then come by our online information desk! Two colleagues will be happy to answer your question.

 

When? On 16.04. between 11:00 and 12:00

 

Where? On Zoom:  https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/61834152359?pwd=TnJacEIzUDh5ZGRiR2ZrRmxKZUJnUT09

 

Meeting-ID: 618 3415 2359

Kenncode: 938374

 

New course offer for summer semester 2021

The new course offer for the upcoming semester is now online!

 

The registration will take place digitally from 21.04.2021 till 28.04.2021.

 

The link for the website where you can registrate will be published on our homepage on the 21.04. at 10am. There you will find every information regarding the process of the registration and the enrollment. We recommend that you sign up as soon as possible, as registration takes place on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

IMPORTANT: The website for registration is going to be deactivated on the 28.04. at 2pm. Enrollment will not be possible afterwards.

 

What is the SKB?

Here you can find all the important informations about our project.

 

 

The SKB sees itself as a space in which people with very different personal and cultural backgrounds learn and work with each other. We and the participants in our courses and activities have a great variety of different national, cultural, sexual, religious, etc. identities. The acceptance of this diversity makes up the core of our self-image. If you should feel discriminated against in one of our courses or witness racist, antisemitic, homophobe, transphobe or otherwise discriminatory behavior and actions, please confide in the teacher or come to our office to let us know.