...Abbreviation for the "German language exam for university entrance".
The DSH is a language test that tests whether you are linguistically fit for a degree in Germany. It will be carried out before starting your studies at the respective universities. You first take part in a written and then an oral DSH exam. In this way you show your linguistic aptitude and competence in the German language, because they are the basis for a successful study in Germany.
DSH - For whom?
The DSH is aimed at all foreign applicants who already have a valid admission to study for the semester following the DSH examination date. Successful participation in the DSH is compulsory for all applicants. There are, however, a few exceptions.
DSH - Are you fit?
Language Academy will help you to prepare well for the exam. Our mother-tongue coaches know through years of experience what is important in the DSH and train you systematically. Discussions in groups, exercises from original exams and tape recordings - Sprachakademie offers you the optimal preparation training.
DSH - Who is free?
- Applicants who can demonstrate the required language skills in the form of a school leaving certificate that corresponds to a German university entrance qualification
- Applicants who hold the "German Language Diploma (Level II) of the Standing Conference" (DSD II)
- Applicants who have a certificate of the passed "Zentrale Oberstufenprüfung" (ZOP) of the Goethe-Institut
- Applicants who hold a "Small German Language Diploma" or a "Great German Language Diploma" from the Goethe-Institut
- Applicants who have taken the DSH to a foreign university under the responsibility of a Studienkolleg or a Lehrgebiet Deutsch als Fremdsprache
- Applicants who have passed a final or final examination at a German Studienkolleg
- Applicants who only complete a limited part of their studies as part of an exchange program at a German university
Further information about the exemption from the DSH is given by the respective universities.
DSH - Infos Leibniz Universität Hannover?
More information about the DSH at Leibniz Universität Hannover can be found at: https://www.fsz.uni-hannover.de/dsh.html.