According to the Common European Framework of Reference, with C1 C1 you will be able to understand and use implicit and nuanced meanings of words and phrases. You adapt your language in the C1 course German to your environment. And your extensive vocabulary ensures that you rarely have to search for words. Even demanding texts with complex grammar structures are no longer a major obstacle for you.
German C1 can be subdivided again: in language level German C1.1 and C1.2. So if you have already completed a shorter C1 course or want to refresh your C1 course from five months ago, it might make sense to join C1.2.
Let yourself be tested
In each of these eight weeks German course C1, you will complete 20 school hours over five days, so that none of the lessons learned have the opportunity to slip away. But before you get German C1 language nightmares, there is a breather on the weekends - unless you have postponed your homework by then. Your timetable for learning German C1 will be based on the twenty lessons in the C1 exploration course book.
You can complete your German course career with an internationally recognized TestDaf certificate by taking an exam at the end of the course.