Language Café

„If you know many languages then you have many keys for a castle.“
The french philosopher Voltaire said this sentence 300 years ago. We think that this quote still fits.

That is why we would like to invite you to our Language Cafés. The idea is quite simple: At a Language Café you can just drop by, chat with each other in a nice atmosphere and at the same time polish up your language skills, make new friends and find out more about other cultures. The meetings are led by native speakers. You should already be able to speak and understand the target language a little bit (at least at A2 level).

The language cafes take place ones a week.

We are looking forward to meeting you there!

Summer Semester 2021

We are looking forward to meeting you at our Kick-off meeting.
The meeting takes place on Please use a desktop or laptop computer (tablets and mobile devices are not supported)


The language cafes are expected to start in the second week of lectures, from April 12. You can find the exact schedule on StudIP.
The meetings do not take place on holidays and during the lecture-free period.

Participation is voluntary and you can join the Language Café groups at any time in the semester. You should already have a language level of at least A2. For organizational reasons, we kindly ask you to register on StudIP. Just click on the Language Café in which you are interested.

German (A2/B1)
Thursday6.30 - 7.30 pm.Ulrike and Fritz
German (B2/C1)Monday 4.00 - 5.00 pm. Natascha, Yannik and Kathrin
EnglishTuesday5.00 - 6.00 pm.Ujunwa
SpanishThursday6.00 - 7.00 pm.Ilse and Joaquín
Friday7.00 - 8.00 pm. James
RussianMonday6.00 - 7.00 pm.Olga
ChineseTuesday7.00 - 8.00 pm.Xiao-Yin

Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, our language cafés will take place online via Zoom. To visit our digital language cafes, you must have your microphone and camera on. We also recommend that you use headphones or headsets.


Are you interested in supporting the language cafe program? Then join our native speakers‘ team and take over a table for your language. We are looking for people who speak languages like German, English, Spanish, French or Italian. Other languages are also very welcome!

The activity as a language guide is recognised for the Certificate Intercultural Competence.

You are interested? Further information can be found in our guideline. For your contribution to internationalisation we offer a confirmation of your voluntary work. Please send us an email.

Initial meeting for all language guides
(and those who can imagine becoming one and would like to find out more).
Meeting link (Please use a desktop or laptop computer)