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Germany’s most cosmopolitan city, Frankfurt has glimmering skyscrapers and ancient Roman history. Go to the Wiesbaden casino, where Elvis Presley, Richard Wagner and Fyodor Dostoyevsky tried their luck. Visit clubs that people come from London and Berlin to party at night, and see buildings dating back to the 14th century.
Along the banks of the river Main, you will find most of the city’s over 30 museums lined up. In the summer, you can play volleyball on its large sandy beaches with palm trees. There is something for everyone here in Frankfurt - a wonderful place to learn German.
School Location: The German school in Frankfurt is situated in the Sachsenhausen district, a neighborhood mostly untouched by World War II bombing, and very close to the river Main. The school is next to an underground train station.
School Facilities: The school in Frankfurt has seven classrooms that are comfortable and equipped with hi-tech teaching equipment. There is a self-study center with CD’s and other teaching media, a computer lab with seven stations, an internet café with Wi-Fi and a student lounge with drink vending machines.
Teachers: All German teachers have university degrees, are trained in teaching German as a second language and are native speakers. They are hired for their dedication to enthusiasm for imparting their language to their students. Many speak additional languages, as well.Materials: Approximately €15 per month
Start Dates: German courses in Frankfurt begin every Monday, except for absolute beginners who can start on the following dates: Jan 3, Mar 7, Apr 4, May 2, June 6, July 4, Aug 1, Oct 4, Nov 7.
Courses Types: Individual, Group.
Classes per Week: Individual - 20, Group - 20, 24, 28.
Course Duration: One week minimum.
Lessons: 45 minutes.
Class Size: Average of 10 to 12; maximum of 15.
Includes: Cultural activities (for group courses), university advisory service (for group courses), Opportunity to take GfDS exam for stays of 8 weeks or more (minimum language level of B1 or intermediate).
Specialized Courses: Business German, TestDAF examination preparation.Booking Fee: None.
For its group courses, the school organizes two weekday activities every week (2-3 activities plus a weekend excursion per week in the months of July and August). These are included with tuition, but do not include admission and travel costs and consist of trips to various interesting and historical sites in Frankfurt and trips to the Rhine valley, Heidelberg and Wurzburg.
Options: Home stay, Shared apartment, Youth hostel, Hotel.
Type: Single, Double.
Description: Home stay - single and double rooms, breakfast only, half board, shared bath.
Shared apartment - sharing with either Frankfurt residents or other students, single room, kitchen access, no meals, shared bathroom.
Youth hostel - single or double (for students traveling together) rooms, no meals or breakfast only, private bath.
Hotel - single or double rooms, breakfast only, TV, wardrobe, private bath.
Meal Plans: No meals, Breakfast only, Half board.
Travel Time to School: No more than 45 minutes.Airport Pickup: 50€.
“It was unbelievable! I was learning German and had fun at the same time! I never thought that studying can be so interesting and easy. Also, I made a lot of new friends and met really interesting people here. I have to say that learning German in Frankfurt is really a good idea!
“Since I am going to study music at a German university, it was important to me to improve my German as soon as possible, so that I would be able to talk to the German students. That’s why I spent the past four months studying German in Frankfurt. The institute is rather small – and that’s good for me, because it provides the peace and calm that I need to study. In my first week I was welcomed by the teachers like I was an old friend. They were incredibly patient with me – and always made time to talk to me after lessons. Simin, China“Living in Frankfurt is one of the best ways to learn German. However, to achieve some degree of proficiency in the language, it is important to have professional teachers. In Frankfurt, the teachers are excellent! One of the things that are important to me is the location of the institute and the layout of the classrooms. The place is not so big and has a good layout of rooms. For me, in general, to learn German in Frankfurt was the best choice I have ever made!” Hector, Mexico
|Weeks||Group (hrs)||Individual 20|
High season supplement (Jun 28 – Aug 27): 25 per week.
|Home Stay||Shared Apartment (No Meals)|
|Breakfast Only||Half Board||Breakfast Only||Half Board|
|Youth Hostel per Week||Hotel per Week(Breakfast Only)|
|No Meals||Breakfast Only||No Meals||Breakfast Only|
To inquire regarding German courses in Frankfurt, or German courses in Germany, please complete details here: Inquiry
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The administration of the German school in Frankfurt work limited hours at weekends and therefore weekend bookings may take a little longer to process.
For a list of German school locations in Germany, please visit this page Learn German in Germany
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