Germany adult

Be guided by locals around some of Europe’s most historically important cities Visit the concentration camps of Auschwitz, Dachau, and Buchenwald Meet with a local priest and learn all about Catholicism in Poland Explore the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and immerse yourself in the turbulent history of the gateway city of Warsaw.

Consultation and support in the application for higher education in Germany are offered for an additional fee.Many international students have successfully been prepared at the Humboldt-Institut for direct or indirect admission to the following universities and institutions of higher education: Charité Berlin, Technical University Dresden, Goethe University Frankfurt, University of Marburg, LMU Munich, TU Munich and many more.The course contents will be customized to the needs of each course participant and may comprise both general as well as specific topics such as Business German, for example.(Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache = German as a foreign language) is a standardized exam providing evidence of German language proficiency and often serves as a linguistic requirement for foreign applicants who wish to study at a German university.Students with previous knowledge of German may be offered weekly starting dates upon registration.

One-on-one intensive courses are offered with 25, 30 or 40 lessons of 45 minutes per week and can be booked for a duration of one week or longer.The minimum requirement to attend this course is German skills at the C1.1 level.In our Berlin City and Constance course centers, you can take a test to determine your German level prior to the course for a small fee, which will be deducted from the course fee once you sign up.You will be surrounded by native speakers, and you'll have ample opportunities to listen to and speak German.Daily contact with German(s) will boost your skills and increase your motivation to improve your German.The same holds true for teaching and courses - see these reviews.