Learn German in Germany

Learn German in Berlin! The old streets of East Berlin and the grand architecture of Museumsinsel highlight this city and set it apart from any other. Berlin is home to some of the best nightlife in Europe: From tango dancing to opera performances, everything is possible in Berlin, the winters can be cold and the summers are hot, but nothing slows down Berlin!

Visit Düsseldorf and learn German! It's located in western Germany, on the banks of the Rhine River and dates back to 1159. Düsseldorf is a cosmopolitan city known for its automobiles, glass, textiles and is the home to Germany's first skyscraper, the Wilhelm-Marx-Haus, built in 1924. It's also a flourishing commercial hub and a fashion capital with lots of museums, theaters as well as the impressive German Opera House. Moreover, the streets are known for featuring many pubs and very unique traditional places to watch a football match.

Learn German in Frankfurt, Germany - home to beautiful cathedrals, art galleries and many museums, many of which dot the Main Rivers banks. It's well known as an International business center and prides itself on having Europe's largest skyscraper. The city is a great hub for international travel if you intend to visit other cities in Europe before or after your program.

Munich is another great place to learn German in Germany. It's located in Bavaria, southern Germany, to the north of the Bavarian Alps, beside the River Isar, and combines proud provincialism with international glamour. The citizens of Munich demonstrate a cosmopolitan refinement as well as genuine passion for tradition.

Tourists flock to the city for the world famous Oktoberfest, a perfect example for its strong cultural scene. Discover richly endowed art collections and excellent shopping, find out what the city has more to offer when you learn German in Germany.

 

Language Traveller Program:

Learn German as you travel Germany! With our Language Traveller Program, you can study German in 3 different cities over 3 months. Experience the regional differences in both culture and language across Germany by learning German in Frankfurt, Berlin and Munich.

 

Live & Learn in the Home of your Own Personal Teacher in Germany:

We offer this unique way to learn a language, studying and living in the home of your own personal teacher. We offer a choice of 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 hours of personal teaching per week plus 3 meals daily. Programs are suitable for any age of student and all levels of language skills.

 

German Language Programs for Teens:

We offer a choice of language and activity programs for teenagers, in residential language summer camps or private language school with other international students for ages 13 - 17.

About Germany

The Federal Republic of Germany, situated in Western Europe, is a land of customs and also of modernity. In addition to cars and beer it’s known for beautiful landscapes with dense forests and a wealth of traditions, reasons enough to learn German in Germany.

The climate ranges from occasionally very cold winters in the east, to very warm summers. The country is a source of technological innovation, and it has also contributed greatly to the worlds of classical music, art and literature. Sports also plays a large role in the lives of many Germans as well with football and Formula One being especially popular.

Germany’s cuisine includes plenty of sausages and other meat, and also some deserts which are quite well-known, such as the Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, not the healthiest food but definitely worth trying while you complete your German lessons abroad. Many varieties of beer are produced in Germany and the Oktoberfest - a traditional, annual festival held in Munich - draws millions of people who enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, and of course a cold beer.

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