telc Exams at Treffpunkt Language Institute in Bamberg

From "German Occupations" to "German Medicine" to "German University"

At the TREFFPUNKT language institute in Bamberg you can take German tests from levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2. A feature of the telc tests: there are also so-called "scaled tests." This means tests consisting of 2 Levels together: A2/B1 and B2/C1. Furthermore, there are profession-specific tests, for instance "telc German B1+ profession," "telc German B1/B2 care," or "B2/C1 Medicine." Also, there is a test qualified for studies at a German institute of higher learning called "telc German C1 University."

Which telc test should you decide to take? That is a complex question which we would be happy to speak with you personally about. Is the test required for your occupation or your studies? Would you like to exercise your language knowledge without any obligation? Does your stay in Germany depend upon a language test? We include all of these possibilities in our advising so that we can establish a test that suits you best overall.

Common European Framework for Languages

Elementary Language Usage

Independent Language Usage

Competent Language Usage


Basic Knowledge

Advanced Language Usage

Independent Language Usage

Expert Language Usage

Near Native Knowledge

A1.1 A1.2 A2.1 A2.2 B1.2 B1.2 B2.1 B2.2 C1.1 C1.2 C2.1 C2.2

telc German Exams

A current overview of all telc German exams can be found on the homepage of the telc company.

Test Preparation

Before the exam, we definitely recommend attending a preparation course. In the test preparation courses at TREFFPUNKT Language Institute, we focus on test formats and techniques based upon authentic telc materials.

Registration for telc German Exams

In order for you to register for a telc German exam at TREFFPUNKT Language Institute, you can reach us by telephone or by email. We can determine which test you should sign up for with a consultation at our Language Institute in Bamberg. We will organize the registration with the telc company for you. Testing generally takes place 4 to 6 weeks after the registration.