Online German Courses

Unser Kursangebot

Study together every day from Monday to Friday

Study part time twice a week in the evening

Your stress-free online German course at the weekend

Specific online preparation for your exam

Private German lessons tailored to your needs

An online German course just for your staff

small groups

individual support

fair prices

qualified teachers

communicative learning

constant motivation

  • kleine Gruppen
  • individuelle Betreuung
  • faire Preise
  • qualifizierte TrainerInnen
  • kommunikatives Lernen
  • konstante Motivation

kleine Gruppen

individuelle Betreuung

faire Preise

qualifizierte TrainerInnen

kommunikatives Lernen

konstante Motivation

Course levels

Our courses are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). There are six language levels, following on from a solid foundation and building up your language competence step by step. At each language level, there will be practice in speaking, writing, reading and listening comprehension as well as audio-visual competencies.


Our course levels

  • A1.1
  • A1.2
  • A2.1
  • A2.2
  • B1.1
  • B1.2
  • B2.1
  • B2.2
  • C1
  • A1.1


    Greetings, introducing yourself and others, talking about family, work and free time, finding your way around the city, shopping, filling in forms, writing and understanding short messages, telling the time and the date

    Articles, plurals, conjugations of verbs in the present tense, modal verbs, separable verbs, negations, word order of main clauses and questions, accusative case, pronunciation practice

  • A1.2


    Having and understanding conversations at work and at the doctor’s, talking about your daily routine, describing a flat, replying to an invitiation, buying clothes, understanding directions, having a conversation on the phone

    Perfekt tense, dative case, personal pronouns in the dative and accusative case, prepositions, modal verbs, connecting sentences, imperative, pronunciation practice

  • A2.1


    Giving reasons, making arrangements, talking about school, writing comments, talking about your feelings, congratulating people, understanding conversations at administrative offices and government agencies, finding pieces of information in a text and reproducing them 

    Subordinate clauses with weil, wenn and dass, reflexive verbs, modal verbs in the past, comparative of adjectives, declination of adjectives

  • A2.2


    Giving opinions, describing a graph, understanding and giving advice, making and reacting to suggestions, making complaints, understanding difficult texts, writing blog entries, describing a picture, understanding newspaper articles

    indirect questions, Konjunktiv II in the present, verbs with prepositions, relative clauses, connecting sentences with deshalb and trotzdem, subordinate clauses with als and wenn, idiomatic expressions and sayings

  • B1.1


    Planning a trip, expressing arguments and counter-arguments, talking about job applications, discussing environmental issues, talking about plans and hypothetical situations, intercultural competencies

    Präteritum, Konjunktiv II in the past, Konjunktiv II of modal verbs, infinitive with zu, Pronominaladverbien, subordinate clauses with obwohl, consecutive clauses, Futur I, genitive case, N-declination, relative clauses with the dative case and prepositions

  • B1.2


    Having and understanding conversations to resolve conflict, understanding and expressing chronological sequences, listening to discussions on the radio, talking about behaviour, describing people and objects in more detail, expressing opinions about art and culture, discussing social commitment and politics, dealing with banking transactions

    Plusquamperfekt, temporal subordinate clauses, declination of adjectives without articles, multi-part conjunctions, prepositions followed by the genitive case, present and past participles as adjectives, the passive voice

  • B2.1


    Sharing cross-cultural experiences, finding arguments in complex texts and evaluating them, writing a letter of complaint, writing a CV and job application, practising conversational strategies, referring to texts and other peoples‘ opinions, formal discussions, giving presentations

    Word order (tekamolo), comparative clauses, negations, noun-verb connections, alternatives to the passive voice

  • B2.2


    Merging specific pieces of information from different texts, writing argumentative essays, practising detailed comprehension, speaking fluently and with variety, engaging with native speakers in a natural way, presenting and justifying hypotheses

    Reported speech using the Konjunktiv I, modal particles, modal clauses, structuring texts, nominalisation of verbs and adjectives

  • C1


    Freely participating in an interview, discussing, structuring and clearly presenting less familiar, abstract and complex topics, detailed comprehension of texts and radio programmes about different areas of expertise, presenting a convincing argument in spoken and written form, reacting with ease to complex counter-arguments, understanding dialects and colloquial language

    homonymic separable and non-separable verbs, nominal and verbal styles, sentential relative clauses, infinitive clauses in present and past tenses, different ways of reporting

  • C2


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Do you know your German
language level?

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Der DeutschClub bietet Ihnen 2 kostenlose und unverbindliche Möglichkeiten, Ihr exaktes Sprachniveau zu finden.

How our online German course works
Technical requirements to participate
  • PC, tablet or laptop
  • Camera und microphone
  • Stable internet connection

Online platform for the live lessons

DeutschClub Wien uses the communication platform „Zoom“.
DeutschClub will send you a free invitation link. You don’t have to download anything.

Course materials

Digital course materials are included in the course fee and will be provided in digital form by your teacher. We are using the course books Netzwerk neu and Aspekte neu by Ernst Klett Verlag.

How to enrol for the online German course?
Über das Anmeldeformular hier auf der website melden Sie sich bequem zu Ihrem Online Deutschkurs beim DeutschClub an. Sie müssen nur für den Kurs relevante persönliche Daten angeben. Der DeutschClub geht sorgsam entsprechend der Richtlinien des … mit Ihren Daten um.
How to pay for your online German course at DeutschClub Wien

You can pay by

Bank tansfer

Our bank account:

DC Sprachschule Wien GmbH
IBAN AT792011184393133200