Special Courses
Hong Kong

Schromm mit Schuler Paul Hui © Goethe-Institut Hongkong

Courses on special topics and in various formats for different target groups and needs formats  

Examinations and certificates of the Goethe-Institut are recognised as proof of qualification by educational institutions and businesses worldwide.

With the Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Start Deutsch 1 you can apply for a position as an au pair in Germany or obtain evidence of the language skills required to be granted a visa to join your husband or wife in Germany.

Our A1 preparation training focuses on all four language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. You will use practice exercises to get to know the various sections and formats of the exam and learn test-taking strategies that will help you master the exam.

Level: A1*
Duration: 4 weeks
Time: Sundays: 10:00 AM – 1:10 PM or 2:30 PM – 5:40 PM
Frequency: 1 class per week, 4 units of instruction (= 3 hours)
Total units of instruction: 16 (= 12 hours)
Number of participants: Max. 18
Price: HKD 1,700 Course material provided in class
Exam Fee: For internal test takers: HKD 1,000 / For external test takers: HKD 1,300

*Requirement: Students should have completed the A1 proficiency level

If you have a specific goal in mind for learning German and would like the flexibility to choose when and where to have your lessons, we offer individual tuition. This offers the possibility to structure the course best suit to your needs while providing maximum flexibility.

Time and Duration: Flexible
Location: Goethe-Institut Hongkong or office premises in Wan Chai or Admiralty
Number of participants: 1 - 3
Price: HKD 700 per 1 unit of instruction (= 45 min)  Course material provided in class

For individual tuition enquiries, please contact our language office directly at german-hongkong@goethe.de


Further information

Contact and enrolment

Interested in one of our language courses or need further information? We are happy to help.

Overview of levels A1–C2

Our German courses are based on the levels defined in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.