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Learn German in Germany

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English Courses in Germany: The Benefits, Types of Courses and What else you need to consider before the trip to Germany.

Where is the best place to learn German? In Germany, of course. The country is the place to plunge into the German culture, get to know local people and acquire authentic pronunciation. What’s more is that the country offers a wide range of language courses and schools to suit even the most demanding students.

  • Types of German Courses in Germany

    Every relatively big city in Germany has several language schools where you can choose a German course according to various parameters: age group, specialisation, length and pricing. Let’s take a closer look at these options.

    Courses for Children and Teens. If you want your child to study the language in Germany, pay attention to the language courses on LinguaTrip.com. The schools in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Cologne or Munich offer more than just learning a language. Children and teens from 10 to 18 years of age can gain excellent German language skills, prepare for foreign colleges and universities and simply have fun, all with full-service care and full-time supervision.

    Courses for Adults. Adults can attend standard German crash courses, intensive classes, business lessons and get private tutoring.

    Standard German Courses. Such courses are designed to develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in small groups of a maximum of 10-12 participants. A standard German course gives students basic knowledge of the language required for further education, to achieve career goals and broaden their horizons.

    Crash Courses. A crash course in German is a combination of group lessons and one-to-one tutorials. This way, students benefit from both learning environments by developing communication skills in a group and focusing on individual needs in the one-to-one sessions. Crash courses usually last for 1-4 weeks and can be dedicated to learning either general or specialised German.

    Intensive Courses. Language schools in Germany offer a great variety of intensive courses, which are also held in small groups. They are shorter than standard German courses and not only provide students with basic language knowledge, but also develop their existing language skills in a targeted manner. For example, some classes have an additional focus on communication or grammar.

    Business German. Business German is becoming more and more popular as German is a frequently-used language in business communications. Language schools in Germany offer courses that focus on the special needs of the participants’ professions and cover such topics as Economy, Hotel and Tourism, Marketing, Banking, Law, Medicine and Engineering.

    One-on-one Tutoring. Individual lessons are the most targeted form of language learning and ensure the greatest possible success. Individual learning can be in two forms. The first one is a normal tutoring session when a student comes to a German language school every day and has classes with a teacher. The second one is a homestay. In this case, the whole teaching-learning process takes place inside the teacher’s own home. Students immerse themselves into the German home atmosphere and communicate with their teachers whenever they want.

  • What else to consider

    When the language school of your dreams is chosen, it’s high time to think about the additional factors, such as money, learning materials, getting a local SIM card and documents.

    • Don’t forget to take some extra money for cultural programs and entertainment. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.
    • To boost your reading skills, buy some books and magazines at the local bookstore upon arrival.
    • There may be no Internet outside of the classroom, so to stay connected at all times and purchase a local SIM card.
    • Remember to get all the necessary documents in order. Print out your accommodation and course confirmations and take your passport and other travel documents.

Summary

Studying German in Germany is the easiest and the most natural way to acquire language skills and get to know the culture. No matter what your initial German level is, there is a course that will meet your learning ambitions and budget restrictions.

Our specialists at LinguaTrip.com are always happy to help you choose the best options and prepare you for this unforgettable trip.


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