The TestDaF, formally Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache ("Test of German as a foreign language"), is a standardized language test of German proficiency for non-native German speakers. It aims at people who would like to study at or academics and scientists who want to work in, German universities. The test is run by the TestDaF-Institut. The test can be taken in 95 different countries around the world. The test covers listening comprehension, reading comprehension, writing, and speaking, and is recognized by German universities as proof of prospective students' ability. The grades of candidates are marked in terms of three levels, TDN 3 — 5, which correspond to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages levels B2–C1. The certificate is valid for an unlimited period of time.
The next exam dates at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are: 12.09.2019 and 05.11.2019.
To participate please register at the TestDaf-Portal TestDaf
and sign up for the test of your choice. Make sure to not miss the registration deadlines.
If you face any problems please contact our DAAD-lecturer Gabriela Börschmann: firstname.lastname@example.org