DAAD Lektors

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The DAAD places about 500 Lektors mainly in the subjects of German studies/German as a foreign language in higher education institutions in over 110 countries. In some countries, there are also lectureships for other subject areas, e.g. law, economics and business administration, history, etc. We currently have eight lektors and two language assistant in Hungary. Here you find their contact details.

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  • Dr. Helmut Niesner

    DAAD-lecturer, Corvinus University of Budapest Faculty of Economics

    Contact hours: Wednesdays  12 p.m. -1.15 p.m. in room E 167 or prior agreement by e-mail

  • Dr. Karoline J. Baumann

    DAAD - Lector, University of Debrecen

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

  • Dr. Kristina Kocyba

    DAAD - Lector, Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of German Studies

    Contact hours: Wednesdays 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Dr. Kristina Kurze

    DAAD - long term university lecturer, Andrássy University of Budapest

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

  • Dr. Michael Weitz

    DAAD-Lektor, Universität Pécs Faculty of Humanities

    Sprechstunde: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 p.m. -3.30 p.m. in room A534

  • Dr. Raphaël Fendrich

    DAAD - lektor, University of Szeged Institute of German Philology

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

  • Dr. Veronika Proske

    DAAD- Lektor, Corvinus University Budapest

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

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