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Learn German in Munich, the capital of Bavaria, a city typifies German culture and tradition.
Bavarian brass brands, beer gardens and the famous Oktoberfest and FC Bayern Munchen football club, Lederhosen and innumerable activities and sights in this, the third largest city in Germany, will keep you very busy, indeed.
The Alps, the lake area of Chiemsee and Amersee, Augsburg and Salzburg are not too far away, as well. All this makes learning German in Munich a particularly attractive prospect.
School Location: The German language school in Munich is located on the Karlsplatz, or the Stachus district, as locals refer to it, the school is situated in a pedestrian only area. The street is the largest shopping area in the city, with very many boutiques and big department stores. The central train station is right nearby, for easy access to the rest of the city.
School Facilities: The school in Munich is housed on two floors and the school has naturally lit classrooms, an up-to-date media center, a library, a big rooftop terrace to enjoy the sunshine or play ping pong, a comfortable cafeteria with internet access and Wi-Fi and a welcoming atmosphere.
Teachers: All German language teachers at the school 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 Munich begin every Monday, except for absolute beginners who can start on the following dates: Jan 3, Feb 7, Apr 4, June 6, July 4, July 18, Aug 1, Sept 5, Oct 4, Nov 28.
Course 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 students; 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: 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 ( excluding admission and travel costs) and consist of trips to various interesting and historical sites in Munich and trips to places like the Alps, the lake area, Salzburg, Augsburg and Neuschwanstein Castle, the inspiration for the castle in Disney’s Snow White.
Options: Home stay, Shared apartment, Youth hostel, Hotel, Private Apartment
Type: Single, Double.
Description: Home stay - single and double rooms, breakfast only, half board, shared bath.
Shared apartment - sharing with either Munich 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.
Private apartment – high standard furnishings, private bath w/ tub, kitchen, satellite TV, wi-fi, weekly cleaning and bed linen/towel changing, parking and washer/dryer available for extra fee.
Meal Plans: No meals, Breakfast only, Half board.
Travel Time to School: No more than 45 minutes.
Airport Pickup: 50€.
“The school here in Munich is really cool. The teachers, other students, all are very nice. You must come here. Munich is a very large city with many museums, monuments and buildings, but also many pubs and discos for young people who want to have fun. I like it here very much and I will stay 10 months. Therefore you must also come to Munich to learn German!” Luca, Switzerland
“Hello. I not only learned but also had a lot of fun. Munich is also a welcoming city. Here you can visit many museums, quiet parks or have a Weisswurst with sauerkraut probieren. You also have to come to Munich to learn German!” Dalila, Spain
“I am a PhD in Munich in literature. The course at this school was the best start in life here. I've also made great strides in German and experienced a lot about the culture of Germany.”
|Group (hrs)||Individual 20|
High season supplement (Jun 28 – Aug 27): 25 per week.
|Double(traveling alone – July & Aug only)|
To inquire regarding German courses in Munich, or German courses in Germany, please complete details here: Inquiry
Begin the booking process to learn German in Munich by completing details here. We will check availability and get back to you with confirmation and deposit payment details within 24 hrs.
The administration of the German school in Munich work limited hours at weekends and therefore weekend bookings may take a little longer to process.
Should you have any questions on learning German in Munich or Germany, please ask here, inquiries
For a list of German school locations in Germany, please visit this page Learn German in Germany
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