If you want to learn German in a picturesque old setting with all the charm of medieval Germany and all the convenience of modern life, look no further – a German school in Heidelberg is just what you're looking for. In this richly romantic setting, which has been inhabited for 1500 years...
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If you want to learn German in a picturesque old setting with all the charm of medieval Germany and all the convenience of modern life, look no further – a German school in Heidelberg is just what you're looking for. In this richly romantic setting, which has been inhabited for 1500 years and where there's evidence of people living since 1000 years before that, you'll never tire of quickly learning German just so you can find out more about your surroundings. There are many museums to visit, but you don't even need to go to them to feel the pull of the past and to find yourself educated almost unconsciously at every turn of the road. With its endlessly fascinating castle, its gorgeous ancient bridge, its stunning views of rivers and mountains, and the unforgettable architecture that surrounds you as you walk down the streets to have a coffee once classes are over, Heidelberg is an experience you'll always recall. It's more than just a place to visit and learn – it's an entire change of mindset. With festivals throughout the year, including an Easter egg market, the Old Town Autumn festival with its medieval market, flea market, and wide variety of music, the jazz festival, the film festival, the Christmas market, there's always something exciting to go to where you can practice your German in real situations. And don't miss Fasching, the equivalent to Carnival, with its annual Vampire Ball. German courses in Heidelberg won't just teach you a language – they'll give you an entire culture.
The course consists of the main standard course in the mornings plus a module course in the afternoons.
Students can choose between the following modules (according to their proficiency in German):
- Module I: Conversation course (from A1)
- Module II: Business English (from A2) or TOEIC(R) test preparation
Academic Year Program can be booked for this course, too.
English main course (mornings, 20 teaching hours per week) plus German module course (afternoons, 10 teaching hours per week). The following modules are available:
Module I: Grammar & conversation training, levels A1 to B2
Module II: exam preparation for DSH, TestDaF or telc C1 Hochschule.
The course includes the English Evening Main Course and the English Evening Module Course (reinforcement of language skills gained in the main course, grammar and conversation training. Levels A1 to C1.
Start dates for absolute beginners upon request!
Young people aged 14 or above share twin rooms on the campus with round-the-clock supervision. Our experienced staff are available for learners 24 hours a day.