Foreign Languages for Economists - FAQ
The Foreign Language for Economists courses are designed in the first instance for students of the Faculty of Economics. However, students belonging to other faculties may also enrol one week before courses begin for the “Courses for all students“ if vacant places are still available.
- Courses for all students: in the same language, no. You are allowed to register for two or three courses of different languages.
- Credit-point courses: You are allowed to register for 2 credit-points courses in English so as for one credit-point course in French and/or Spanish.
Please fill in the bank remittance as follows:
• Empfänger (recipient): J. W. Goethe Universität
• IBAN: DE 95 500 500 00 000 100 6410 - BIC/SWIFT HELA DE FF
• Verwendungszweck (particulars of course - code number, etc):
Please do not forget to write the invoice number on your bank remittance so that our booking and payment system can easily recognise your payment. The invoice number can be found in your confirmation e-mail.
If you study Business Administration or Economics as a registered minor you can register at the same time with the other students from the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics.
The language level you require for your application can be found in the respective advertising material from the university you have chosen: www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/en/international/studying-abroad/the-facultys-international-office.html
Courses for all Students: Your grades will be on your certificate, which will be emailed to you approximately 6 weeks after the course ends.
Credit-Point Courses and Master’s Course: You can check your grades password protected in QIS.
Your language certificate will be emailed to you approximately 6 weeks after the course ends.
You can pick-up the original copy of your certificate at the Services Office RuW 1.203 as soon as it reopens.
Courses in the Economics Language Centre will take place at the times listed in LSF. Zoom, the platform which will be used to conduct the lessons, provides many opportunities to have an interactive language course such as showing documents or videos, working with a whiteboard, and allowing group work during the lesson. Due to data security issues, the lessons will not be recorded.