Posted by The American Conservatives on Tuesday, September 13, 2018 06:33:07 English teaching degrees in Germany are not easy to find.
But if you’re one of the lucky few who is willing to do a little research, you might be able to find a teaching degree that will be worth your while.
The following list is a guide to the types of English teaching degrees available in Germany.
For more information about the teaching degrees offered in Germany, visit our German English Teaching degrees page.
English degree types There are two main types of teaching degrees: teaching and teaching in the university.
In Germany, there are four types of university teaching degrees.
A teaching degree is a type of teaching degree which is taught in the school and at home.
Students can complete a teaching program at the university, but only those with a degree from a recognised university may take the test.
Other types of education teaching degrees are available at the secondary school level and at the higher educational institution.
There are many teaching and education teaching degree options available in the German education system, and there are a number of different types of courses available in German schools.
Here are a few of the teaching and educational teaching degree courses available at some of the schools in Germany: Basic teaching courses – Basic teaching courses can be undertaken at all levels of the German tertiary education system.
Basic Teaching courses are available for students in grades 9-12.
Master’s degree in English education – The German government has established the Master’s degree for English language learners (MEL) which is recognised by the Higher Education Commission for Germany.
This is an academic degree, which will give you the skills necessary to learn the language.
If you wish to become a teacher or teacher in the education sector, you must pass the MEL test before applying to the Higher Secondary Education (HES) system.
The test will be administered by the German Government.
German education teaching and study degree – Students from the Higher secondary education (Hesse) system who want to study at an approved university or high school must take the MES exam to be eligible for a study certificate.
The HES system is a tertiary educational institution (TDE) which has a limited number of courses to offer.
The higher education qualification (HEG) is compulsory for all students in the HEG system.
For more information on the HES, please visit our Higher Education in Germany section.
German teaching degree in German – There are a large number of teaching and learning degree options in the higher education sector in Germany which are recognised by Germany’s Higher Education Authority (BEI).
There is no MES requirement to enter the German higher education system as a teacher, but there is a requirement to pass the HEL test to be accepted for an entry certificate.
HEL certificate in German language – Students must take an entrance examination before applying for a teacher certificate.
In addition to taking the entrance exam, the certificate is valid for five years.
Further information about German teaching and higher education in Germany can be found in our German education in the European Union section.
Teaching degree courses in Germany The following are some of our recommended German teaching degree classes for your consideration: Master of English (MESA) – This is a two-year, full-time degree that is accredited by the European Commission.
MESA is a German-speaking, English-speaking and language learning programme that can be completed by students from the primary school level or higher.
It can also be completed in German.
Certificate of Teaching in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CTSS) – The CTSS is an accredited teaching degree course, which is offered by a recognised, university-level teaching university.
Courses are conducted in a German language.
Students are required to take a minimum of six credit hours.
TEC-TECE (TEC School) – TEC-têce (TESET) is a comprehensive teaching and training course that is offered at the University of Tübingen.
The TESET course is taught by two full-timers from a professional group in the field of higher education.
Students must complete a minimum three-year course and three-credit hours.