Family-like atmosphere, individual advice, teachers who speak different languages and are highly qualified.
Why should you attend an integration course at Prisma e V.? It is very simple:
Come to us to learn German: you will really enjoy it!
Since January 1st, 2005 the Federal Government issues a grant (for those who want) to learn German.
This measure concerns primarily new immigrants or people who live in Germany since January 1st, 2005. Entitled are also foreigners who have obtained residence permit for more than one year or have had a permit for over 18 months, unless the permit is temporary.
EU citizens are 100% sure to get consent for an integration course when they apply for it.
These courses called “integration courses” (Integrationskurse) consist of minimum 600 hours learning German from level A1 to B1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
People entitled to these courses who have prior knowledge will take a placement test, so that the length of the course will be reduced according to their actual level.
The Federal Government requires also an “orientation course” of 100 hours in which you are going to learn about German State laws, culture and history.
Since January 2016, every participant pays the school a contribution of 1,95 Euros an hour (45 minutes).
In our office you will find leaflets in several languages with accurate information about how to apply for an integration course permit. If you want, we can help you fill in the application form!
Please send the application form to:
Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge
You can get information about integration courses at the following internet address or telephone number:
www.auslaenderbehoerde-muenchen.de (Kreisverwaltungsreferat München, only for people who have moved to Germany recently resp. after January 1st, 2005)