Who is the integration course for women aimed at?
The women's integration course is aimed specifically at the wives and mothers of immigrant couples and families. They are important multipliers in every family. In many cultures, they are virtually solely responsible for bringing up the children and thus also for their school education, which in turn is of significant importance for the integration of the children. The knowledge and skills that the women acquire in this integration course are carried directly into their families, which promotes the entire integration process of all family members immensely.
- Language course
- Orientation course
|Final exam||DTZ (A2-B1)|
|900 lessons (45 min. each)||1. basic course 1||A1|
|can be extended to up to 1200 UE||2. basic course 2||A1|
|3. basic course 3||A1|
|4. advanced course (A) 1||A2|
|5. advanced course (A) 2||A2|
|6. advanced course (A) 3||A2|
|7. advanced course (B) 1||B1|
|8. advanced course (B) 2||B1|
|9. advanced course (B) 3||B1|
|Final||test "Leben in Deutschland"|
|100 teaching units (à 45 min.)|
- Free of charge for migrants
- In many cases the participation costs are financed by the state, otherwise € 220 per module (100 hours) (50% of the costs can be reimbursed after the end of the course under certain conditions).
Travel costs :
- Reimbursement or subsidy possible! We will help you and make necessary applications for you.
Learning material costs:
The BSB provides all learning materials, except textbooks, free of charge to all participants.
Do you still have questions? Or do you need help choosing the right course? We will help you, by phone, by e-mail or via our contact form.
Who is the integration course for women for?
First of all, it is aimed at all migrant women from about the age of 28, because youth integration courses are offered up to the age of 27. However, younger women can also take part if, for example, they have already arrived as mothers and wives or their situation makes this course particularly valuable for them for other reasons. Furthermore, this integration course was created especially for women who, for cultural, religious or biographical reasons, do not want to or cannot attend the general integration course, for example because they cannot be integrated into a mixed-sex class. The integration course for women was therefore also designed to be particularly low-threshold. In many cases, these migrant women are severely limited logistically and in terms of time due to their family responsibilities - especially the care of small children. In addition, they often bring with them a relatively low level of formal schooling because girls may attend school barely or not at all in their home countries. This affects their learning experience. Due to the structures within the family, which are often very patriarchal, they sometimes have no social contacts in Germany. These circumstances, additional domestic stresses and/or pregnancies make it difficult for them to adequately engage with the learning material. The integration course for women takes these requirements and conditions into account.
Women's integration course: scope and contents
The special integration course comprises up to 1,000 hours, 900 of which are devoted to language acquisition. In the orientation course, everyday knowledge is taught for the special target group. Facilities where the women can make contact with other women are also introduced.
Frequently asked questions:
Where does the course take place?
Our courses take place at our locations in Herdentorswallstraße 93 in 28195 Bremen or in Findorffstraße 14-16 in 28215 Bremen.
At our location in Findorffstraße 14-16 you can also receive childcare to accompany your integration course.
When does the next course start?
Our integration courses start regularly (about once a month).
See our course overview for exact dates
When do the classes take place?
Our integration courses take place during the week in the mornings and afternoons. For more information, see our current course overview.
How long does an application take?
Generally, about three to four weeks elapse between the application to the BAMF and course participation.