Berlin, the capital of Germany, offers a wide range of historical sites: the impressive government district, the Reichstag Dome, numerous boutiques in the heart of the Prenzlauer Berg, the monument of Holocaust Memorial carefully restored today, Potsdamer Platz, Museum Island and of course the Berlin Wall. Discover this lively city whilst perfecting your German language skills.
Would you like to see the whole city? When you’ve arrived, you will have the opportunity of taking various tours starting at just 2 Euros! Since the language school is only a few minutes away from the Alexander Square, it’s the perfect place to begin your tour of Berlin! After the TV tower you will pass the famous Museum Island. Take a quick look at the Cathedral, the Berlin Opera house and the University of Humboldt. Don’t forget about the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the House of Culture. After all that, you should stop at the animal garden with the Bellevue and Victory Colum castle. The last stop of the day will be the Zoo. Anyone who wants to see more, can join our recreational programme.
The course builds on the 4 fundamentals: oral comprehension, writing, reading and speaking. Free class discussions, role-playing and conversation help develop verbal expression, vocabulary and good sentence structure. Grammar is not studied in isolation, rather it is packed in informative and stimulating texts that provide valuable cultural, political and historical background.Summer surcharge: 50 €/week fromJune to August.
This intensive German course is focussed mainly on improving listening, spoken and written German. Summer surcharge: 50 €/week from June until August.
The school is located in a quiet street in Berlin, close to many bars and cafes, small cinemas and theatres and only minutes away from Alexander Squar.
The school has two floors and very spacious light filled classrooms. During breaks, the students can go to the cafeterias to grab a snack or a drink, they also have the option of surfing the internet with the schools free internet access.
All teachers are German native speakers with higher education, as well as, regular visits to internal and external education seminars