German Courses 2019

DSH-Reactivation

  • August 26 – September 17, 2019
  • 20 academic hours per week
  • intensive preparation for the DSH exam
  • course fee: 360 EUR
  • course schedule: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Prüferstraße 2, room SPQ 1402

A1-course

  • September 2 – 27, 2019
  • 4 week intensive course German
  • 26 academic hours per week (104 teaching units in total)
  • no previous knowledge required
  • certificate after successful graduation
  • course fee: 475 EUR
  • course schedule: Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 12:45, Prüferstraße 2, room SPQ 1403

Communication course (A2-level)

  • August 12 – 30, 2019
  • 150 hours of German classes or A2-level required
  • for all those who just want to practice speaking
  • 20 academic hours per week
  • course fee: 375 EUR
  • course schedule: Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 11:45, Prüferstraße 2, room SPQ 1406

B1-courses

B1.1
  • August 19 – September 6, 2019
  • 240 hours of German classes or A2 certificate required
  • 25 academic hours per week (75 teaching units in total)
  • course fee: 350 EUR
  • course schedule: Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 11:45, Prüferstraße 2, room SPQ 1403
B1.2
  • September 9 – 27, 2019
  • B1.1 required
  • 25 academic hours per week (75 teaching units in total)
  • course fee: 350 EUR
  • course schedule: Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 11:45, Prüferstraße 2, room SPQ 1403

If you participate in both B1 courses, the course fee is reduced to 650 EUR in total.

All offered autumn courses take place.

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WMM 2018 Review

Review: Successful international conference WMM, June 12-14, 2018

The renowned international conference organized by the Institute of Metal Forming at Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg and Acatrain e.V. with 155 participants extended over 3 days on which 36 lectures were held and 34 posters were exhibited.
In the context of a large number of selected lectures and poster contributions, the latest research results and findings in the field of magnetic materials, non grain-oriented and grain-oriented electrical steel, amorphous magnetic materials and hard magnetic materials were discussed in detail. Manufacturing processes, characterization methods, application areas and modelling approaches were presented. The participants came from all over the world, such as Korea, Italy, Japan, Austria, Great Britain, Belgium, China, USA, Spain, Brazil, Belgium, Norway, Switzerland, Poland, France, Russia and Taiwan.
After the first day of the conference, the technical discussions continued on Tuesday evening in Freiberg at the Institute of Metal Forming. After a guided tour through the institute with the presentation of selected test facilities, the guests were able to enjoy local drinks and food.
After another interesting lecture day and poster presentations, there was a conference dinner with a broad cultural program. At first, the Green Vault with treasures from the past inspired the conference participants and afterwards it became quite comfortable. In the evening, all guests could enjoy the magnificent scenery of Dresden and the culinary delicacies.
Overall, it was an all-round successful event, and we would like to thank everyone involved.