You know some German (e.g. you studied German previously, or German was spoken in your family, or you can read and write some German) and wish to take a UK German course OR want to be placed out of the language requirement at UK.
You participated in a German Language Study Abroad Program.
You are a heritage speaker of German, attended K-12 in the United States, and would like to place out of the foreign language requirement of a given college at the University of Kentucky.
You do not know any German and wish to take an elementary German course (i.e., GER 101).
You have a high school or college diploma from a country where German is the official language, you are coded as International Student by Office of the Registrar, and you do not want to enroll in a UK German language course.
Native speakers are ineligible to enroll in UK German language courses at the 100-200 level or in German conversation courses. If you are not coded as International Student by the Registrar's Office and believe you should be, please contact the Registrar at (859) 257-3161.
AP Credit (Student will place into the course following the final course listed below; if credit is awarded for 202 or a higher-level course, language requirement is completed):
- 3: GER 201
- 4: GER 201, 202
- 5: GER 201, 202, 307
If after reading the above, you still have any questions about placement, please contact Prof. Brenna Byrd firstname.lastname@example.org.