German course Munich

TestDaF examination (German as a foreign language)

TestDaF exam in Munich

TANDEM Munich is an accredited centre for the preparation and holding of the TestDaF examination (Test of German as a Foreign Language). The TestDaF examinations take place six times a year. A valid passport or ID card and the examination fee of € 195.- are required for registration.

TestDaF examines the following four language skills in separate subtests: reading comprehension, listening comprehension, writing, speaking. To pass the exam, a TestDaF mark of 3 (TDN 3) must be attained in all four skills. The "Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität" (LMU) in Munich, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) as well as the Technical College (HM Hochschule München) accept a TestDaF mark of 4 (TDN 4) in all four skills.

Many colleges in Germany also accept lower results (TDN 3). Every institution has its own entry requirements. Before applying for a study place at your college of choice, please enquire as to which TestDaF result is required. Many universities display these requirements on their website.

We are an accredited examination centre for TestDaF. At TANDEM Munich we offer you the opportunity to prepare for, register for and sit the TestDaF exam, all in the same place.

TestDaF exam dates 2019

Exam number Exam date Registration deadline Register online!
T102 Tuesday, 05.11.19 08.10.19 Register online!

TestDaF exam dates 2020

Exam number Exam date Registration period Register online!
T103 Thursday, 13.02.20 21.11.2019 - 16.01.2020 Register online!
T104 Wednesday, 22.04.20 26.02.2020 - 27.03.2020 Register online!
T105 Wednesday, 03.06.19 08.04.2020 - 06.05.2020 -
T106 Wednesday, 22.07.20 27.05.2020 - 24.06.2020 Register online!
T107 Thursday, 10.09.20 16.07.2020 - 13.08.2020 Register online!
T108 Tuesday, 10.11.20 15.09.2020 - 13.10.2020 Register online!

Further information about TestDaF is available here.

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