As part of the project “Internationalization@Home”, 2500 licenses of Rosetta Stone language learning software were purchased for use by students, instructors and administrators of Mainz University of Applied Sciences. Take advantage of our free online language courses offer until June 2023 and learn or improve one or more of the languages listed below.
Through pronunciation exercises, audio exercises, images, and text, you will practice speaking and understanding your choice of foreign language(s). You can take the classes both at home via your computer and on the go via the app.
Registration is only possible via the university email address. Please use this link.
Setting up the profile
After setting up the profile, you will be asked to complete a self-assessment with learning objectives (for all languages) and/or a placement test (for English, French, Spanish, and German only) to determine your proficiency level and ideal starting point in the program. The self-assessment asks how long the language has been studied, what skills need to be improved, and what subject areas are of interest. The placement test determines proficiency level based on demonstrated listening and reading skills.
If you are classified as a beginner, you will be placed in Foundations (A1-A2).
Advanced students are placed in Fluency Builder (B1-C1).
Rosetta Stone offers two learning paths:
- Foundations - Beginners (A1-A2)
- Fluency Builder - Advanced (B1-C1)
Depending on your level in the learning path, the mobile version of the app requires both available apps, i.e. the Rosetta Stone Basic app and the Rosetta Stone Fluency Builder app.
- Chinese (Mandarin)
- German (Deutsch*)
- English (USA)
- English (Great Britain)
- Filipino (Tagalog)
- Persian (Farsi)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- Spanish (Latin America)
- Spanish (Spain)
* Bold marked languages can be learned from level A1-C1.
Fluency Builder (B1-C1):
After you have registered, you can add the login page to your favorites or find it here. Please note that only the login page listed here will work. It is not possible to login via the Rosetta Stone Sign-In, which you can find on the popular search engines.
For more information on how to use this site, you can find instructions in the download area on the right. If you have additional questions, you can reach us at rosetta.stone (at) hs-mainz.de.