Austrian German Diploma
The Austrian German Language Diploma (OSD), with its 120 examination centres, is recognised in 30 countries and of international relevance.
- A1 GRUNDSTUFE DEUTSCH 1
Participants of the A1 Grundstufe Deutsch 1 exam should be able to communicate on an elementary basis in easy everyday situations.
- A2 GRUNDSTUFE DEUTSCH 2
Candidates of the A2 Grundstufe Deutsch 2 exam should be able to communicate on an elementary basis in easy routine situations of everyday and working life.
- B1 ZERTIFIKAT DEUTSCH
The B1 Zertifikat Deutsch is a joint certificate of OSD, the Goethe Institute, WBT and Fribourg University. This certificate is widely recognised by employers as sufficient evidence of proficiency in German and improves your chances of success on the job market.
- B1 ZERTIFIKAT DEUTSCH FÜR JUGENDLICHE
Based on B1 Zertifikat Deutsch; developed specifically for youths 12-16.
- B2 MITTELSTUFE DEUTSCH (University entrance exam)
For the B2 Mittelstufe Deutsch candidates should be able to express themselves clearly and in detail about a broad range of topics and lead a spontaneous and fluent conversation with a native speaker. The certificate serves as proof of the learner’s linguistic competence in more public and professional situations. Specialised texts from the learner’s area of expertise are manageable.
- C1 OBERSTUFE DEUTSCH (University entrance exam)
For the OSD C1 Oberstufe Deutsch exam participants should be able to cope with the more elaborate contexts of different everyday and job-related situations. The exam proves linguistic competence
characterised by a high degree of accuracy and situational appropriateness.
- C2 WIRTSCHAFTSSPRACHE DEUTSCH (University entrance exam)
In co-operation with OSD and the Austrian Economic Chambers. General language and technical terminology expertise in the field of economics.
If you have attended your course regularly (at least
90%), you receive a certificate of participation
giving details of the type of course, duration,
course level, number of lessons attended and