These German language courses are tailored to prepare you for the TELC exam.
See also exam preparation courses in Berlin, Germany for other German exams: TestDaF (2)
Comments: You can only book this course if you have already completed the respective level.
This course is a combination of the Intensive Group Course 24+6 in the morning and 4 TU of One-to-one Training in the afternoon.
Comments: Exam fees not included (B1: 100 euros, B2: 110 euros, C1: 150 euros). Course material: 25 euros.
General facts about English for Speakers of Other Languages / ESOL by Pitman
The test English for Speakers of another Language / ESOL by Pitman is less recognized, but it can be taken at random dates at your school. We would like to advise you to have a look at the other english language exams which are accredited much more. The ESOL by Pitmann test is offered in the following variations:
Fees vary depending on the examination centre.
Events in BerlinBest time to take a language course in Berlin
08 Mar. 2017 - 12 Mar. 2017The largest travel trade fair in the world with over 10000 exhibitors presenting the latest travel trends as well as dream destinations. The fair also includes stands for individual countries, concerts, shows and culinary delights. Truly unforgettable.
07 Apr. 2017 - 16 Apr. 2017Amazing, month-long music festival with a widely varied programme of classical music, opera and theatre productions.
03 May 2017 - 07 May 2017This music festival encompasses all that falls under the label of contemporary jazz: from electronica and neo-classical to jazz and singer/songwriter. About 70% of the lineup are local artists and many of the performances include new collaborations and joint projects.
27 May 2017Berlin! Berlin! We are going to Berlin! is the battle cry of the DFB fans as their teams compete for the National Football Cup in Berlin's Olympic Stadium.
Jun. 2017This international exhibition of aviation and space travel attracts more than 1100 exhibitors from over 47 countries.
02 Jun. 2017 - 05 Jun. 2017Berlin welcomes over 1.4 million visitors each year for this spectacular street festival celebrating Berlin's cultural diversity. More than 5000 performers can be found in the streets of the city wearing masks and costumes. The event culminates in a massive parade on Pentecost Sunday.
21 Jun. 2017What began as a small parade is now the biggest and best of the various music festivals in the city. The Fête de la Musique is celebrated worldwide as a non-profit, non-commercial music festival.
21 Jun. 2017The Musikfest traditionally opens the concert season in Berlin, bringing together renowned soloists, ensembles, choirs and orchestras.
28 Jun. 2017Annual LGBT celebration and demonstration against discrimination and exclusion.
26 Aug. 2017Museum festival for night owls. Visit any of the over 70 participating museums until 2:00 a.m. or attend some of the 700+ events, all with just one ticket.
01 Sep. 2017 - 06 Sep. 2017This world fair of electronics and appliances presents the latest products and innovations in Berlin, the heart of the most important regional market in Europe. It offers a comprehensive overview of the international market, and attracts participants and visitors from over 100 countries.
02 Sep. 2017Every year, the Britzer Garten hosts the Feuerblumen und Klassik Open Air, with a programme of classical music, garden art and a fireworks display.
12 Sep. 2017 - 17 Sep. 2017Exhibits, art fairs, awards, debates, and all things art-related. Week-long celebration of contemporary art.
31 Dec. 2017 - 01 Jan. 2018Berlin always welcomes in the New Year in style with upwards of 1 million people gathering at the Brandenburg Gate and a spectacular fireworks presentation that begins at the stroke of midnight. There are shows, party tents and a mass of food and drink stalls spread out over a 2 km radius.