Grants

The Schubert College awards scholarships for the Schubertino and Mozartino courses! Only for participants who have booked a full level!

After 2/3 months (full level) there is an internal test. Participants who achieve the highest number of points can study for another month at Schubert College‍‍‍ free of charge. Only applies to participants who have booked a full level!

Schubertino and Mozartino course:

A1: 1 scholarship is awarded every other month.

A2, B1, B2: 1 scholarship is awarded every third month.

What do you have to do:

Book a full course level at Schubert College and study hard!

The AMS (Vienna or Lower Austria) also fully supports or finances German language courses. Please speak to your responsible advisor at the AMS.

What do you have to do:

→ Placement test and advice on the course level in the Schubert Coll‍‍‍ege‍‍‍

→ Cost estimate from Schubert College

→ Approval of the course from your AMS advisor

Further information: http://www.ams.at/

We also accept vouchers from the WAFF, the Viennese workers’ advancement fund.

What do you have to do:

→ Obtain information from WAFF to find out whether you are entitled to receive vouchers

→ with the voucher to the Schubert College, placement test and advice on the course level in the Schubert Coll‍‍‍ege‍‍‍

Further information: https://www.waff.at/de/startseite/

You can get a voucher for a language course from the ÖIF. 50% of the course costs up to a max. € 750 and max. 300 teaching units are repaid.

Attention: This only applies to those who have passed the ÖIF exams. You have 18 months after the voucher has been issued to take an A2 level ÖIF exam, otherwise the voucher will no longer be valid.

What do you have to do:

Pick up the voucher (blue) from the ÖIF

→ Placement test and advice on the course level at Schubert College

→ max. Attend 18 months of German courses

→ take an A2 ÖIF exam at Schubert College or at the ÖIF

→ 50% of the course costs, max. 300 course units and max. Get € 750 back

Further information: www.integrationsfonds.a‍‍‍t

Individual grants (A1 to C1)

You can apply for individual funding from the ÖIF.

What do you have to do: (at least 4 weeks before the start of the course)

Placement test and advice on the course level with Schubert college Pick up the cost estimate from Schubert College → go with the cost estimate to the ÖIF (Landstraßer Hauptstraße 26) with the following documents: 1. Asylum notice (all pages) / 2. Constitutional passport, card for persons entitled to asylum or subsidiary protection / 3. E-card

You can get the Vienna language vouchers from the Department of Integration and Diversity (MA 17). They are valid for 30 months from the date of issue.

Language voucher worth 300 euros

The Viennese language voucher worth 300 euros (three times 100 euros) will be given to new immigrants who came to Austria on October 1st, 2008.

You must meet the following requirements:

  • You are the wife or husband of an Austrian citizen in Vienna.
  • You are in Vienna due to family reunification with a third-country national.
  • After October 1, 2008, you received an initial settlement permit from the Immigration, Citizenship, Registry Office (MA 35) department.
  • You picked up your Vienna Education Pass during the start-up coaching of the Integration and Diversity Department (MA 17).

The Vienna language voucher worth 300 euros can be combined with the federal voucher from the Austrian Integration Fund.

Language voucher worth 150 euros

EEA citizens and third-country nationals of EEA citizens receive the Vienna language voucher worth 150 euros (three times 50 euros).

You must meet the following requirements:

You have as

  • Family members or family members,
  • Self-employed or self-employed,
  • Employees received a registration certificate or a residence card from the Immigration, Citizenship, Registry Office (MA 35) department after January 1, 2011 and picked up the Vienna Education Pass at the start-up coaching of the Integration and Diversity Department (MA 17).

What do you have to do:

→ Pick up vouchers from MA 35 or MA 17

→ Placement test and advice on the course level at Schubert College‍‍‍

→ max. Attend 30 months of German courses

Further information: https://www.wien.gv.at/menschen/integration/deutsch-lernen/sprachgutscheine/

frequently asked Questions

Our groups are very small. We have between 3 and a maximum of 10 participants in a group.

You have three options:

  • You click on a course directly on the website and fill out the registration form
  • You write us an email and we will send you a registration form
  • You come straight to college and sign up

Levels A1-B1 last 2 months / 8 weeks. A total of 96 teaching units (TU).

Levels B2-C1 last 3 months / 12 weeks. A total of 144 teaching units. Of course, you can also book just 2 months.

No, we don’t have this classification. But you can only book a German course for one month.

What do I pay if I don’t want to book the entire course?

For a 1 month German course you pay € 270. For two months € 500.

Yes, all of our courses prepare for the ÖIF and ÖSD exam formats.

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