Our Berlin Campus school is the only language school with on-site accommodation in the whole city! With the iconic Alexanderplatz, Museum Island and other major sights all within easy reach, our Berlin campus is the perfect location for a German course in Berlin! Germany’s eclectic capital is a city of incredible culture and nightlife, as well as countless cafés and parks where you can watch the world go by.
Our school in Berlin Campus (Prenzlauer Berg)
Enjoy superb facilities while you learn German in Berlin! At our Berlin Campus, you’ll find an on-site residence, 40 classrooms, restaurant, cafeteria, book store, movie lounge, free Internet access and outdoor terrace area, fringed by extensive gardens.
There are many places on campus where you can relax after German lessons, chatting in German and making new international friends. Or, you can explore the surrounding area of Prenzlauer Berg, one of Berlin’s most fashionable districts, where stylish cafés and bars line the streets. The school is situated between 2 U-Bahn stations, making it simple to travel to other parts of Berlin, and beyond!
Courses in Berlin Campus (Prenzlauer Berg)
If you want a program that balances German tuition with free time, the Standard Course will suit you perfectly. This German course in Berlin consists of 4 classes each morning (totalling 20 per week), so you can discover Berlin in the afternoons!
The Intensive Course also includes 20 German lessons per week, supplemented by an additional 10 ‘mini-group’ lessons every week. With a maximum of just 6 students in each ‘mini-group’, the Intensive Course allows teachers to dedicate more time to each individual’s progress. For even more concentrated learning, the Combined Course gives you the total, undivided attention of your tutors for 10 Private German Lessons each week.
With its Exam Preparation Course, our school offers you the opportunity to gain a prestigious qualification in the German language. The 4-week program includes the 20 lessons per week of the Standard Course, plus 10 lessons per week which focus on readying you for exams such as the ZD, TestDaF and Goethe.
Germany has the largest economy in Europe, so learning the language can give you a distinct advantage in business terms, and is also vital if you wish to work in a German-speaking country. Our school runs a course of Business German and German for lawyers, journalists and teachers. A week on the course consists of 20 standard group classes, and either 10 or 20 specialised, one-to-one lessons, focusing on your area of choice.
Alternatively, you may like to consider taking the 'German + Work Experience' Programme. As long as you currently have at least an 'intermediate' level of German, after a minimum of 4 weeks of language lessons you can take part in work experience for a period of 6, 8 or 12 weeks. Placements are unpaid and are designed to give you experience of using your German in a practical way and in a professional environment. Fields in which the school are usually able to arrange work experience include: architecture; arts and culture; business and administration; IT, technologies and graphic design; law; marketing, advertising and PR; NGOs, ecology, social work and politics; tourism and event management. You are welcome to indicate a preference at the time of booking, but please note that your actual placement will depend on availability and previous experience. The price for the programme includes 4 weeks of the Intensive course of 20 group lessons per week.
If you have any questions about any of our German courses, please do not hesitate to contact us!
For convenience and comfort, our school’s on-site studio apartments are unbeatable! Enjoy a central location in the heart of Berlin, as well as all the great facilities that our school has to offer, including a restaurant, café, movie lounge and lush gardens.
The apartments themselves are spacious and modern in style, with private kitchens and bathrooms, free Internet access, a TV, telephone and views of the gardens. Superior apartments come with a bathtub.
Our school also owns apartments right next to the Brandenburg Gate! These apartments are just a 25-minute metro journey away from the school. Facilities in the apartments include a kitchen, living room, washing machine or dishwasher, stereo system and cable TV, all shared between 2-4 students. If you want to learn as much German as possible though, you should choose to stay with a German host or host family. Living with a local host family, you’ll be provided with breakfast each day, as well as dinner, if you like. Or, you can opt to share an apartment with a German host (usually a single person), on a bed & breakfast or self-catering basis.
Every week on your German course in Berlin will include at least 3 after-class activities and 1 full day excursion. On your first Monday in Berlin, there will be a tour around the Prenzlauer Berg area, introducing you to your surroundings.
The activity program is constantly refreshed, but usually includes tours of Berlin’s different districts, museum and art gallery trips, movie nights, bike tours and nights out. Potsdam, Hamburg, Dresden and Leipzig are typical destinations for excursions, all cities with a rich history and fascinating sights.
How to get there
Our school offers a transport service (at an extra cost) from any of Berlin’s major airports and train stations.
Location of our school in Berlin Campus (Prenzlauer Berg)
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