Learn German in Vienna, Austria
Learn German on a German language course at our school in Vienna, capital of Austria. The romantic city of Vienna is situated on the banks of the Danube. This elegant, cultural city is also vibrant and modern, with something for everyone, whatever your interests. Visit the Habsburg palaces, marvel at the parks and architecture or go to one of the many theatres, exhibitions or concerts. City of music and former home to Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert, students who learn German at our school in Vienna can immerse themselves in the vast cultural heritage of this beautiful city. Vienna’s coffee houses and culinary specialities, such as Sachertorte and Schnitzel are also a must for anyone on a course at our language school in Vienna.
The school was modern and had a nice atmosphere. I had a great time. I shall definitely think about doing another longer course. Both Apple Languages and the school have been very helpful.
I had an excellent time. The teaching was of a very high standard and the course was varied and enjoyable.
I enjoyed the course, the teachers were brilliant and the school was well organised. The staff where friendly and very helpful.
The teachers were very nice and the classes interesting. The level was just right for me.
Our school in Vienna
Our Vienna school enjoys a fantastic position, right in the centre of this grand city. The elegant Stephansplatz square, with stylish shops and the towering Stephansdom cathedral, is just 15 minutes away. Inside the school, there are six modern classrooms, multimedia library with plenty of computers and a relaxing student lounge. There is also free Wi-Fi Internet access, making it easy to keep in touch with friends and family!
|Lesson length:||45 mins|
|Number of classrooms:||6|
|Average class size:||12|
|Course materials included:||Yes|
|Average number of students:||Summer (100) - Winter (80) per week|
|Affiliations:||IALC, internationally accredited through American universities and the Swedish Ministry of Education. Member of the national organisation CAMPUS AUSTRIA.|
|Included in fees:||Vienna city walks, lectures about Austrian art and culture, Viennese waltz courses, sports and many more|
|Typical activities:||Vienna city walks, excursions during the weekends|
|Paid activities:||Visits to Salzburg, the Wachau region, Budapest, Lake Neusiedl and many other destinations|
|School closed on:||01/01, 06/01, 21/04, 01/05, 29/05, 09/06, 19/06, 15/08, 26/10, 08/12, 25/12, 26/12|
Our school in Vienna organises a wide variety of courses to suit all levels and needs.
You don’t have to worry about finding accommodation for your stay in Vienna – let our school arrange it for you! They work with lots of Austrian host families, who’ll provide you with plenty of German practice and, if you like, one or two meals per day. If you’d rather live with your fellow students from the school, choose a single or twin room in our school’s high quality, centrally-located residence. All rooms have satellite TV, radio and free Wi-Fi Internet access, as well as shared use of bathroom and kitchen facilities. Superior rooms are available in the same residence, offering private bathrooms and kitchens. Or, you could take a room in a more inexpensive shared self-catering apartment. Please contact us for further details on accommodation in Vienna.
To help you learn as much about the German language and Vienna as possible during your course, our school organises a cultural program including tours of Vienna, cultural discussions, Waltz courses, sports, and visits to cities such as Salzburg, Budapest and Prague. Weekend skiing trips are also arranged.
How to get there
Our school in Vienna arranges airport transfers from Vienna Airport/Railway Station, for students whom prefer to be met on arrival and taken to their accommodation.
Good times, incredible times and VIENNA-TIMES!!!
I went to Vienna for four weeks and fell head over heels in love with this amazing city
I took a Standard Course for German, which was perfect for me because I had class in the morning and was free for the afternoon. That way I learned a lot of grammar, new vocabulary and pronunciation in the morning and used it in the afternoon with my classmates or locals.
An absolute must is the museums quarter. Even if you’re not a fan of museums it’s worth going for a walk just to enjoy the breathtaking architecture of the huge buildings.