German is one of the most spoken language in Europe, as well as French, and English. German is not only the official language in Germany, but also in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, also some part of Luxembourg, and Belgium. It has become the third-taught language in Europe and the world, as it is also one of the official languages in the European Union.
Since the long history from the German-speaking countries like Germany, or Austria and their influence from the past made German becoming the characteristic identity; vocabularies, accent, pronunciation, and idioms. It has become popular for education and business communication. German Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Education to promote the German cultural and language teaching throughout the world.
German language course is offered 2 courses:
GERMAN FOR COMMUNICATION
DEUTSCHKURS FUR KOMMUNIKATION
Conversational course for secondary students, also general interests, offers the teaching of communication, vocabulary, additional grammar, with speaking skills provided by native speakers. The course is offered in regular and intensive courses, with learning materials from Germany. The language structure is also divided following the CEFR, for evaluating the skills.
GERMAN TEST PREPARATION
Course for testing of German language for general and academic purposes, also for higher education admission in colleges and universities in local or international academies. Learners are provided the demonstrated lessons with overall skills preparation, also doing sample tests.
Courses of German Test Preparation are provided for:
PROFESSIONAL APTITUDE TEST : PAT
For Secondary Students in Thailand for university admission in Thai universities, covers communication, vocabulary, and grammar, also reading and writing. PAT for German, PAT7.2 is evaluated 10-40% for overall point in which students need to collect for university admission.
TEST OF GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
TEST DEUTSCH ALS FREMDSPRACHE
German International language test for applicants from non-German speaking countries, founded by TestDAF Institutes for the applicants who wish to gain further education and researches, also working in Germany. The test covers 4 skills in listening, reading, writing, and speaking, evaluated by the CEFR criteria. The test is accepted in various German, Austrian and Swiss institutions.
In Thailand, TestDAF is run in every German language school nationwide, organised by Goethe Institut, and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German Educational and Cultural Exchange Centre in Thailand.