Lectures and Courses for Incoming Students

Courses run by the International Office: Summer Term 2017
(specially designed for international students)

International Office Courses Summer Term 2017

German as a Foreign Language Course 1a (DaF 1a)

Course Title: German as a Foreign Language Course 1a (DaF 1a)
Course Code: IOSS17DAF1
Lecturer: Heike Vogel-Schulze
ECTS-Credits: 4
Level: A1
Teaching Units: 28 units
Course Content:
In this German course following topics will be worked on: introducing oneself, my family, shopping, my flat, my day, activities in my spare time. Concerning the grammar, following issues will be treated: conjugation of verbs, making questions, prepositions, possessive pronouns, personal pronouns, plural, negation, cases (Accusative), modal verbs.

German as a Foreign Language Course 1b (DaF 1b)

Course Title: German as a Foreign Language Course 1b (DaF 1b)
Course Code: IOSS17DAF3
Lecturer: Martina Stabauer
ECTS-Credits: 4
Level: B1
Teaching Units: 28 units
Course Content:
The main topics to be worked on in this German class are: greet and introduce yourself, my family, shopping – food and clothes, my flat – furniture and rooms, activities in my spare time, to arrange appointments – small talk, travel and means of transport, my day and feasts. Further, following grammar will be dealt with: conjugation of verbs, making questions and answer, Articles (defined, undefined, negative), plural, prepositions, possessive pronouns, personal pronouns, negation, cases (Accusative), modal verbs and past tense (Perfect).

German as a Foreign Language Course 2 (DaF 2)

Course Title: German as a Foreign Language Course 2 (DaF 2)
Course Code: IOSS17DAF2
Lecturer: Claudia Wörndl
ECTS-Credits: 4
Level: A2
Teaching Units: 28 units
Course Content:
In this course following topics will be worked on: occupation and work, studies and university, health and sickness, leisure activities, eating out, shopping, Austrian Life and Culture. Furthermore, following grammar will be dealt with: present tense, past tense, future tense, adjectives (comparatives and superlatives), sentence structure, modal verbs and prepositions.

Understanding Austrian Culture & Society

Course Title: Understanding Austrian Culture & Society 
Course Code: IOSS17UACS
Lecturer: Teresa Rieger
ECTS-Credits: 4
Type: ILV
Language: English
Course Content:
The course aims to provide background information and first-hand experience of the Austrian culture and way of life. A historical and contemporary perspective serves as basis for this analysis. After an historical, political and geographical introduction, students will get particular insight on the various influences that impacted the Austrian society and its cultural and national identity. Students will constantly reflect on their experiences and become aware of their own cultural conditioning. Values, traditions, customs and Austria’s culture in general will be explored by in class discussions, interviewing native Austrians and by participating in excursions.

Working in Multicultural Teams

Course Title: Working in Multicultural Teams
Course Code: IOSS17WIMT
Lecturer: Genevieve Naviotschnig
ECTS-Credits: 4
Type: ILV Lecture with integrated project work
Language: English

Course Content: An exchange semester provides rich opportunities to interact with people from other cultures and broaden perspectives. This course aims to enhance intercultural awareness so that these encounters are more valuable. The ability to work well in a multicultural environment is an increasingly sought after competence in the workplace. Participants, who as a group come from multiple cultural backgrounds, will be stimulated to consider the concept of culture, with a reflection on their own perspective and personal journey as a starting point. Build onto existing knowledge through sharing encounters, teamwork and the consideration of effective questioning. Broaden understanding through the experience of business people who can compare and contrast their experience of working with other cultures and in other countries. Identify benefits and possible underlying causes of the challenges within multicultural teams through analyzing case studies. Conflict management will be explored and in group discussions resolutions to issues will be worked out. Roleplay and simulation, theoretical concepts and literature will support learning.

Tandem Learning

Guidelines: Guidelines Tandem Learning

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