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The Carl Duisberg Training Center Berlin

The Carl Duisberg Training Center Berlin provides intensive German language courses where educational consultants and language trainers provide comprehensive, personalized support to create the optimal learning environment. So you can concentrate on achieving your learning goals and furthering your career development.

Language courses

Course starts every Monday and is for all language levels
German Intensive Course 24+6
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • 15 students per class
  • Lesson 45 minutes

The Intensive Course 24+6 provides you with the German language skills required for further education, to achieve your career goals and broaden your horizons. In our short-term courses, starting at a duration of one week, you

acquire basic knowledge of German or develop your existing language skills in a targeted manner. Prospective university students or those preparing for a professional qualification in Germany can systematically build up the necessary German language skills to meet specific needs in our long-term courses and reach the required language level in best time.

In addition to group language training, the “Lernstudio” is a key component of the Intensive.Course 24+6. You may select from the following learning options:

• Learning with a tutor

• Workshops

• Projects

569 $ 541 $ for 2 weeks
German Crash Course
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • 15 students per class
  • Lesson 45 minutes

The Crash Course combines group lessons with one-to-one lessons so that you benefit from both learning environments: the diversity of group communication and the focus on individual needs. You may choose either 5 or 10 TU of one-to-one training (general language or specialized language).

1115 $ 1060 $ for 2 weeks
German Homestay Tuition
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • 1 students per class
  • Lesson 45 minutes

Homestay Tuition is a special one-to-one language course that takes place at the teacher’s own home in Berlin. The course provides you with a very personalized form of language training as well as total immersion in the German language and culture. You determine the content and learning pace in this course. Our teachers are available for this course from May to October.

Courses 1 out of 3

German Intensive Course 24+6
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • 15 students per class
  • Lesson 45 minutes

The Intensive Course 24+6 provides you with the German language skills required for further education, to achieve your career goals and broaden your horizons. In our short-term courses, starting at a duration of one week, you

acquire basic knowledge of German or develop your existing language skills in a targeted manner. Prospective university students or those preparing for a professional qualification in Germany can systematically build up the necessary German language skills to meet specific needs in our long-term courses and reach the required language level in best time.

In addition to group language training, the “Lernstudio” is a key component of the Intensive.Course 24+6. You may select from the following learning options:

• Learning with a tutor

• Workshops

• Projects

569 $ 541 $ for 2 weeks
German Crash Course
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • 15 students per class
  • Lesson 45 minutes

The Crash Course combines group lessons with one-to-one lessons so that you benefit from both learning environments: the diversity of group communication and the focus on individual needs. You may choose either 5 or 10 TU of one-to-one training (general language or specialized language).

1115 $ 1060 $ for 2 weeks
German Homestay Tuition
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • 1 students per class
  • Lesson 45 minutes

Homestay Tuition is a special one-to-one language course that takes place at the teacher’s own home in Berlin. The course provides you with a very personalized form of language training as well as total immersion in the German language and culture. You determine the content and learning pace in this course. Our teachers are available for this course from May to October.

Housing 1 out of 3

Usually check in two days before the start of the course, and check out on the day of graduation. You can change the dates in your account.

I don't need housing

Residences Residences
Residences
  • You should be at least 18 years old
  • ~35 minutes to school by public transport
  • No meals

Residences have a unique, international atmosphere. Students stay in simple, functional single or twin rooms and share a bathroom (shower/toilet) and kitchen with other residents.

Services

Single room or double room, shared use of bathroom and kitchen

Bed linen and towels

Participants make/buy their own meals

Weekly cleaning

Wi-Fi

Room

Food

387 $ for 2 weeks
Apartments Apartments
Apartments
  • You should be at least 18 years old
  • ~35 minutes to school by public transport
  • No meals

We have fully furnished apartments in the Berlin-Mitte district for those seeking more privacy and independence. Apartments include a room, kitchen and bathroom for your exclusive use.

Services

Furnished one-room or two-room apartment (for one or two people)

Kitchen and bathroom

Weekly cleaning

Weekly supply of fresh bed linen and towels

569 $ for 2 weeks
Homestay Homestay
Homestay
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • ~60 minutes to school by public transport
  • Breakfast only/half board/no meals

You can stay with a host family at all locations. This can be either a family in the classical sense, or an individual person or a single parent. The host family can live downtown but can also be located in the suburbs. When several guests stay at the same home, we attempt to ensure that they don’t speak the same native language. In a host family you can also book just breakfast, or half board (breakfast and an evening meal). The meals are typical German cuisine.

From your host family or your shared accommodation it can take up to 60 minutes by public transport to reach the Carl Duisberg Training Center.

You can book lodgings in a private home without meals or with breakfast or with half-board. In many cases you can prepare smaller meals yourself, but in general the lodgings do not include the use of the kitchen to do all of your own cooking.

If you have booked a room with breakfast or half-board, then as a rule you will take those meals together with the other members of the family and the other guests. Half board means that you will receive breakfast and dinner. Please stop to consider that the time at which meals are taken and how this is done in Germany may differ from what you are used to at home. In Germany, breakfast and dinner are, as a rule, not warm meals but rather consist of bread or buns, sausage, cheese and marmalade. Consider it to be a cultural experience to eat the way Germans do.

433 $ for 2 weeks
Residences Residences
Residences
  • You should be at least 18 years old
  • ~35 minutes to school by public transport
  • No meals

Residences have a unique, international atmosphere. Students stay in simple, functional single or twin rooms and share a bathroom (shower/toilet) and kitchen with other residents.

Services

Single room or double room, shared use of bathroom and kitchen

Bed linen and towels

Participants make/buy their own meals

Weekly cleaning

Wi-Fi

Room

Food

387 $ for 2 weeks
Apartments Apartments
Apartments
  • You should be at least 18 years old
  • ~35 minutes to school by public transport
  • No meals

We have fully furnished apartments in the Berlin-Mitte district for those seeking more privacy and independence. Apartments include a room, kitchen and bathroom for your exclusive use.

Services

Furnished one-room or two-room apartment (for one or two people)

Kitchen and bathroom

Weekly cleaning

Weekly supply of fresh bed linen and towels

569 $ for 2 weeks
Homestay Homestay
Homestay
  • You should be at least 16 years old
  • ~60 minutes to school by public transport
  • Breakfast only/half board/no meals

You can stay with a host family at all locations. This can be either a family in the classical sense, or an individual person or a single parent. The host family can live downtown but can also be located in the suburbs. When several guests stay at the same home, we attempt to ensure that they don’t speak the same native language. In a host family you can also book just breakfast, or half board (breakfast and an evening meal). The meals are typical German cuisine.

From your host family or your shared accommodation it can take up to 60 minutes by public transport to reach the Carl Duisberg Training Center.

You can book lodgings in a private home without meals or with breakfast or with half-board. In many cases you can prepare smaller meals yourself, but in general the lodgings do not include the use of the kitchen to do all of your own cooking.

If you have booked a room with breakfast or half-board, then as a rule you will take those meals together with the other members of the family and the other guests. Half board means that you will receive breakfast and dinner. Please stop to consider that the time at which meals are taken and how this is done in Germany may differ from what you are used to at home. In Germany, breakfast and dinner are, as a rule, not warm meals but rather consist of bread or buns, sausage, cheese and marmalade. Consider it to be a cultural experience to eat the way Germans do.

433 $ for 2 weeks

Transfer

Not required

68 $

one way

Flights

Flight is not included. We recommend you book your flight only after you get a visa to your destination country or make sure that you don't need one. Ticket price is for your information only.

928 $ for 2 weeks

Course

541 $

Housing

387 $

School's registration fee

0 $

You save when booking on Linguatrip

28 $

Total due now

928 $

Total cost of your trip is due now, because your course is less than a month away

Location

School address: Jägerstraße 64 10117 Berlin-Mitte Germany

Reviews 6

Total score 

4.8 out of 5

★★★★★
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Russia

★★★★★

I went to school for 2 weeks, took an intensive course 24 + 6. Everything was great. I lived in a residence, it was clean and comfortable. It was convenient to get to the school, there were shops nearby. One of the hostesses spoke English badly, because of that, a misunderstanding arose on the first day, but then everything was fine. If at the entrance they gave some kind of brochure with useful information (now they give a large folder, where everything is not very detailed, and it is not very convenient to use) - it would be just great! There were no complaints about the school either, all questions were quickly resolved, the staff was friendly. I liked the course very much, all the teachers were very nice and pleasant people, it was immediately obvious that they were professionals. The course was full and varied: we coached grammar, vocabulary, listening and speaking - I really enjoyed it! Many activities were suggested, but I did get it. I came to school with a level of about A2 (the test showed it, but it felt like my level was somewhat lower), and left already with B1. Thanks to Linguatrip and Alice, for the excellent organization....

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Russia

★★★★★

The trip was perfect! Munich is a wonderful city, beautiful, with incredible amount of fascinating sights. I'm full of enthusiasm! However, I can't say the same thing about the school where I have studied. Unfortunately, one of my German teachers didn't live up to expectations. We had two teachers. The First three weeks it was a woman who taught us only by student's book. We were wasting more than ah hour by checking homework from this book which had answers in the end of it.This allowed students to check themselves after completing the homework and ask a teacher if they had any problems with it. The second teacher was really marvellous. On his lessons I got a lot of helpful and important information! He was open for conversations with students and answered all questions that the students asked. He even gave private lessons to students who needed help. Perhaps it's just me, but for me the learning seemed to be too easy. What is more, I advise you to take courses above the level you have. You will be more interested and you will easily find the problems in knowledge you have, so you can spend these 2 weeks with more benefits....

Read more

Belarus

★★★★★

I liked the school so much. Everything was very well-organized, an excellent approach to learning, the opportunity to develop and to get new knowledge outside of classes. Also, we, together with our group and the teacher, arranged an educational excursion around Berlin on the last day and could get to know not the most famous places for me. I really wanted to stay over there longer. As for the accommodation, it was good too, despite the fact that it was necessary to get to the school on several types of transport. Check-in and check-out went without any difficulties. I can confidently advise this school to study German. And, of course, thank you for helping me organize my course....

Read more

Russia

★★★★

I’m not going to write a lot about school choosing process, payments, tickets buying, visa, and insurance because there is enough information of this kind. I want to write particular information about this school, studying process, transportation, and free time. School is located really comfortable, right in the center. You can reach Alexanderplaz (a little bit farer), Branderburg Gate (a little bit closer), and other tourist destinations in the city center of Berlin by the walk. You should take a metro (U6 FranzösischeStraße station). Metro navigation is great. You should get off at Französische Straße station; it has two exits to the city. After you went out to the city, you should go to the cross-road (about 15 meters from metro entrance), turn to the left/ and then go into the first arch. Navigation signs start in the arch. So, it is quite easy to navigate. School is big, has a lot of classrooms and students; there are all language level groups available. School has 2 blocks. The second one a little bit farer down the same street. After short entrance test, which consists of 5-10 minutes of talking with teacher (there are several questions: ‘who are you?’, ‘where are you from?’, ‘how long have you been studying German language?’, and so on). The you get recommendation on you start group; after first class you can change it, if it’s either too ease to you, or too hard. Also you get a studying materials for chosen course. Studying process itself, except standard grammar and oral tasks, which every language school has, have a variety of activities, for example: watching films in German with stops in hard to understand moments and subsequent discussion and explanation. Once we had a breakfast together. We distributed what each of us will bring. One of girls took an electric wafer and dough, and she was cooking waffles right in the classroom. Each of us brought something like fruits, candies, cheese, bread and other stuff. We moved together our desks and got improvised table for table tennis. After breakfast we played Mafia, ‘who am I?’ (you should guess the person or animal, written on your sticker), and other activities. Classes start at 9:00 and finish at 13:30 with 2 breaks:30 and 15 minutes. Then, in the afternoon you can visit school’s computer room for self-study (there is always teacher, who ready to answer your questions), take an excursion, organized by the school, or visit school’s workshop. Excursion and workshop require pre-booking. You can do it on the information stand near the entrance. If there is not enough participants, at least 3 person, the event is not held. Right after classes you can (and should!) go to the student cafeteria, where you can have a lunch, which consists of salad, cream soup, and main course with meat, just for 5 EUR. Every day I took opportunity to have a lunch at the city center for such pennies. It was tasty and cheap. Cafeteria called Canteen HfM Charlottenstraße (Mensa HfM Charlottenstraße); you can easily find it in GoogleMaps, but it has entrance into the arch from the Taubenstraße street (not the Charlottenstraße). National composition: Turks, students from Scandinavia, France, Italy, Switzerland, the Philippines, South Korea and others. So, there a lot of different accents. At the beginning it’s hard to understand all of them, especially Asian. School gives you a student card; don’t forget to ask for it on the reception right in the first day, just say, that you’re going to visit museums. Student card gives you a significant discount on visiting museums. In places, where staff didn’t want to give me discount, I just say “How does it possible? I got discount in the zoo, in the new museum… But I can’t get discount there?” After that I got discount immediately. But mostly I got discount without problems. Transport. In Berlin, as well as in the whole Germany, public transport works just great. Berlin’s public transport site: http://www.bvg.de App for routing in the city (must have!) Android: BVG FahrInfo Plus, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.eos... IPhone: BVG FahrInfo Plus Berlin, https://itunes.apple.com/app/id284971745 There are 3 tariff zones: A, B, C. Zone C is zone of Schönefeld Airport, you’ll come to this zone twice - arriving and departing. In other cases you’ll need to buy tickets or transport passes for AB zone (there are 3 versions of tickets: AB, BC, ABC). If you going to stay for 1-2 weeks then it’s more profitable to buy a week-long transport pass (1 or 2 pieces). Prices for Spring 2018: week-long transport pass - 7-Tage-Karte VBB-Umweltkarte (AB) - costs 30 EUR, month-long transport pass - Monatskarte VBB-Umweltkarte (AB) - costs 81 EUR. So if you’re staying for 2 or more weeks you should buy a month-long transport pass. Now, let’s talk about buying tickets. When you arrive to Schönefeld Airport you should exit the airport. Then, you’ll see long covered corridor-footpath on the left side. It leads to train station, from where you can get to Berlin. You should walk along this footpath, then descent into the underpass. You’ll see 20-30 ticket-selling terminals. Terminals don’t accept bills 50 EUR and greater, only 20 EUR and lower. I’m not sure if terminals in airport accept credit card differ from local EU, but in metro I paid for my tickets with ApplePay and PayPass MasterCard. Finally, tickets buying: on the first screen you’ll be offered to buy ABC zone 2 hours-long one way ticket, which let you to get to your destination. If you don’t want to dive in all this complex stuff you should buy this ticket (3.40 EUR). I bought a week-long transport pass in the airport right away (it costs 30 EUR; you can find in in the menu), but notice, that this pass is valid only in AB zone and we need to get from C zone. For this purpose you should buy basic ticket for A/C zone (costs 1.60 EUR). The thing is that you can’t buy this ticket with change. Terminal doesn’t accept change as payment. I was forced to ask man, who stood behind me in line, to buy me an Anschlussfahrschein A/C ticket with his EU’s credit card. I turn him back 2 EUR (he hadn’t 0.40 EUR to change). In total I had week-long pass and A/C zone one way ticket. Then you should open BVGFahrInfoPlusBerlin app and enter your location “Schönefeld Airport” and destination, for example “Alexanderplatz”. App will give to you list of possible ways to get to your destination. I used this app all the time. You can use your ticket within AB zone and travel by train, underground metro (U-Bahn), ground metro (S-Bahn), bus, and tram. Accommodation. On Booking.com and AirBnB I found accommodations cost 40000 RUB and 20000 RUB correspondingly. Of course, I had chosen the last one. And I had no regrets. In conclusion I want to say, that staying in host German family (AirBnB), studying in German environment, speaking in shops, metro, and so on have a great impact on language learning. After week being in this environment you are not afraid anymore and you don’t think how to speak correctly. You are just speaking; you just understand. Although, I came to Germany with B2 and turned home with same language level, I reached my goal: refresh my German and get a free speaking practice. By the end of second week, I felt free in any conversation in German. I advise to talk whenever you can without shyness. For example: I asked museum’s staff about information, I was interested in; I asked salesmen about goods, I wanted to buy; and so on. In museums you should take audio guides in German; they’re free. It’ll be extra practice to you. Immersion in studying language atmosphere is incredible feeling. I am really thankful to LinguaTrip, Alexei and Anastasia in particular, for rapid enrollment in school, quick answers to all my questions about forthcoming trip. ...

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Russia

★★★★★

My trip to Germany was great 100%. My host-family was very hospitable, we had a common language at once, satisfied with everything. The school itself left only positive impressions. Highly recommended!

Egypt

★★★★★

I liked the school very much. Teachers are professionals. Everything was great! Thanks Linguatrip for support and recommendations.

Russia

★★★★★

I went to school for 2 weeks, took an intensive course 24 + 6. Everything was great. I lived in a residence, it was clean and comfortable. It was convenient to get to the school, there were shops nearby. One of the hostesses spoke English badly, because of that, a misunderstanding arose on the first day, but then everything was fine. If at the entrance they gave some kind of brochure with useful information (now they give a large folder, where everything is not very detailed, and it is not very convenient to use) - it would be just great! There were no complaints about the school either, all questions were quickly resolved, the staff was friendly. I liked the course very much, all the teachers were very nice and pleasant people, it was immediately obvious that they were professionals. The course was full and varied: we coached grammar, vocabulary, listening and speaking - I really enjoyed it! Many activities were suggested, but I did get it. I came to school with a level of about A2 (the test showed it, but it felt like my level was somewhat lower), and left already with B1. Thanks to Linguatrip and Alice, for the excellent organization....

Read more

Russia

★★★★★

The trip was perfect! Munich is a wonderful city, beautiful, with incredible amount of fascinating sights. I'm full of enthusiasm! However, I can't say the same thing about the school where I have studied. Unfortunately, one of my German teachers didn't live up to expectations. We had two teachers. The First three weeks it was a woman who taught us only by student's book. We were wasting more than ah hour by checking homework from this book which had answers in the end of it.This allowed students to check themselves after completing the homework and ask a teacher if they had any problems with it. The second teacher was really marvellous. On his lessons I got a lot of helpful and important information! He was open for conversations with students and answered all questions that the students asked. He even gave private lessons to students who needed help. Perhaps it's just me, but for me the learning seemed to be too easy. What is more, I advise you to take courses above the level you have. You will be more interested and you will easily find the problems in knowledge you have, so you can spend these 2 weeks with more benefits....

Read more

Belarus

★★★★★

I liked the school so much. Everything was very well-organized, an excellent approach to learning, the opportunity to develop and to get new knowledge outside of classes. Also, we, together with our group and the teacher, arranged an educational excursion around Berlin on the last day and could get to know not the most famous places for me. I really wanted to stay over there longer. As for the accommodation, it was good too, despite the fact that it was necessary to get to the school on several types of transport. Check-in and check-out went without any difficulties. I can confidently advise this school to study German. And, of course, thank you for helping me organize my course....

Read more

Russia

★★★★

I’m not going to write a lot about school choosing process, payments, tickets buying, visa, and insurance because there is enough information of this kind. I want to write particular information about this school, studying process, transportation, and free time. School is located really comfortable, right in the center. You can reach Alexanderplaz (a little bit farer), Branderburg Gate (a little bit closer), and other tourist destinations in the city center of Berlin by the walk. You should take a metro (U6 FranzösischeStraße station). Metro navigation is great. You should get off at Französische Straße station; it has two exits to the city. After you went out to the city, you should go to the cross-road (about 15 meters from metro entrance), turn to the left/ and then go into the first arch. Navigation signs start in the arch. So, it is quite easy to navigate. School is big, has a lot of classrooms and students; there are all language level groups available. School has 2 blocks. The second one a little bit farer down the same street. After short entrance test, which consists of 5-10 minutes of talking with teacher (there are several questions: ‘who are you?’, ‘where are you from?’, ‘how long have you been studying German language?’, and so on). The you get recommendation on you start group; after first class you can change it, if it’s either too ease to you, or too hard. Also you get a studying materials for chosen course. Studying process itself, except standard grammar and oral tasks, which every language school has, have a variety of activities, for example: watching films in German with stops in hard to understand moments and subsequent discussion and explanation. Once we had a breakfast together. We distributed what each of us will bring. One of girls took an electric wafer and dough, and she was cooking waffles right in the classroom. Each of us brought something like fruits, candies, cheese, bread and other stuff. We moved together our desks and got improvised table for table tennis. After breakfast we played Mafia, ‘who am I?’ (you should guess the person or animal, written on your sticker), and other activities. Classes start at 9:00 and finish at 13:30 with 2 breaks:30 and 15 minutes. Then, in the afternoon you can visit school’s computer room for self-study (there is always teacher, who ready to answer your questions), take an excursion, organized by the school, or visit school’s workshop. Excursion and workshop require pre-booking. You can do it on the information stand near the entrance. If there is not enough participants, at least 3 person, the event is not held. Right after classes you can (and should!) go to the student cafeteria, where you can have a lunch, which consists of salad, cream soup, and main course with meat, just for 5 EUR. Every day I took opportunity to have a lunch at the city center for such pennies. It was tasty and cheap. Cafeteria called Canteen HfM Charlottenstraße (Mensa HfM Charlottenstraße); you can easily find it in GoogleMaps, but it has entrance into the arch from the Taubenstraße street (not the Charlottenstraße). National composition: Turks, students from Scandinavia, France, Italy, Switzerland, the Philippines, South Korea and others. So, there a lot of different accents. At the beginning it’s hard to understand all of them, especially Asian. School gives you a student card; don’t forget to ask for it on the reception right in the first day, just say, that you’re going to visit museums. Student card gives you a significant discount on visiting museums. In places, where staff didn’t want to give me discount, I just say “How does it possible? I got discount in the zoo, in the new museum… But I can’t get discount there?” After that I got discount immediately. But mostly I got discount without problems. Transport. In Berlin, as well as in the whole Germany, public transport works just great. Berlin’s public transport site: http://www.bvg.de App for routing in the city (must have!) Android: BVG FahrInfo Plus, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.eos... IPhone: BVG FahrInfo Plus Berlin, https://itunes.apple.com/app/id284971745 There are 3 tariff zones: A, B, C. Zone C is zone of Schönefeld Airport, you’ll come to this zone twice - arriving and departing. In other cases you’ll need to buy tickets or transport passes for AB zone (there are 3 versions of tickets: AB, BC, ABC). If you going to stay for 1-2 weeks then it’s more profitable to buy a week-long transport pass (1 or 2 pieces). Prices for Spring 2018: week-long transport pass - 7-Tage-Karte VBB-Umweltkarte (AB) - costs 30 EUR, month-long transport pass - Monatskarte VBB-Umweltkarte (AB) - costs 81 EUR. So if you’re staying for 2 or more weeks you should buy a month-long transport pass. Now, let’s talk about buying tickets. When you arrive to Schönefeld Airport you should exit the airport. Then, you’ll see long covered corridor-footpath on the left side. It leads to train station, from where you can get to Berlin. You should walk along this footpath, then descent into the underpass. You’ll see 20-30 ticket-selling terminals. Terminals don’t accept bills 50 EUR and greater, only 20 EUR and lower. I’m not sure if terminals in airport accept credit card differ from local EU, but in metro I paid for my tickets with ApplePay and PayPass MasterCard. Finally, tickets buying: on the first screen you’ll be offered to buy ABC zone 2 hours-long one way ticket, which let you to get to your destination. If you don’t want to dive in all this complex stuff you should buy this ticket (3.40 EUR). I bought a week-long transport pass in the airport right away (it costs 30 EUR; you can find in in the menu), but notice, that this pass is valid only in AB zone and we need to get from C zone. For this purpose you should buy basic ticket for A/C zone (costs 1.60 EUR). The thing is that you can’t buy this ticket with change. Terminal doesn’t accept change as payment. I was forced to ask man, who stood behind me in line, to buy me an Anschlussfahrschein A/C ticket with his EU’s credit card. I turn him back 2 EUR (he hadn’t 0.40 EUR to change). In total I had week-long pass and A/C zone one way ticket. Then you should open BVGFahrInfoPlusBerlin app and enter your location “Schönefeld Airport” and destination, for example “Alexanderplatz”. App will give to you list of possible ways to get to your destination. I used this app all the time. You can use your ticket within AB zone and travel by train, underground metro (U-Bahn), ground metro (S-Bahn), bus, and tram. Accommodation. On Booking.com and AirBnB I found accommodations cost 40000 RUB and 20000 RUB correspondingly. Of course, I had chosen the last one. And I had no regrets. In conclusion I want to say, that staying in host German family (AirBnB), studying in German environment, speaking in shops, metro, and so on have a great impact on language learning. After week being in this environment you are not afraid anymore and you don’t think how to speak correctly. You are just speaking; you just understand. Although, I came to Germany with B2 and turned home with same language level, I reached my goal: refresh my German and get a free speaking practice. By the end of second week, I felt free in any conversation in German. I advise to talk whenever you can without shyness. For example: I asked museum’s staff about information, I was interested in; I asked salesmen about goods, I wanted to buy; and so on. In museums you should take audio guides in German; they’re free. It’ll be extra practice to you. Immersion in studying language atmosphere is incredible feeling. I am really thankful to LinguaTrip, Alexei and Anastasia in particular, for rapid enrollment in school, quick answers to all my questions about forthcoming trip. ...

Read more

Russia

★★★★★

My trip to Germany was great 100%. My host-family was very hospitable, we had a common language at once, satisfied with everything. The school itself left only positive impressions. Highly recommended!

Egypt

★★★★★

I liked the school very much. Teachers are professionals. Everything was great! Thanks Linguatrip for support and recommendations.

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