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The Carl Duisberg Training Center is located in the heart of Berlin and offers intensive German courses in a favorable and friendly atmosphere.
The Carl Duisberg Training Center Berlin is located in the city’s "Mitte" district, right in the heart of Germany’s national capital: for example, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie, Potsdamer Platz, Humboldt-University, the Museum Island – you can reach many of our city’s sights on foot in just a few minutes. Thanks to convenient links with the public transport system, you can reach the school easily and quickly from all parts of the city.
The Carl Duisberg Training Center Berlin has nine classrooms, a media resource center, a small internet cafe and a recreation room, which is a favorite meeting point for course participants.
The team at Carl Duisberg Training Center Berlin organizes a diverse range of activities for course participants each week, in which students explore Berlin, make friends and practice German outside the classroom.
Public holidays 2020: 01.01, 08.03, 10.04, 12.04, 13.04, 01.05, 08.05, 21.05, 31.05, 01.06, 03.10, 24.12, 26.12, 31.12.
Winter break 2019/2020: 23.12.2019–05.01.2020
Winter break 2020/2021: 24.12.2020–03.01.2021
The Intensive Course provides you with the German language skills required for further education, to achieve your career goals and broaden your horizons.
Course consists of 24 classes in groups and 2 workshops per week.
You will acquire basic knowledge of German or develop your existing language skills in a targeted manner. Workshops give you the opportunity to practice language skills, gain a deeper knowledge of grammar, expand your vocabulary, and learn more about current topics relating to culture and society.
The registration fee and the price of the placement test are included in the cost of the course.
Beginners can start the course on the following dates: 06.01, 03.02, 02.03, 06.04, 04.05, 02.06, 06.07, 03.08, 31.08, 05.10, 02.11, 30.11.
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). The registration fee and the price of placement test are included in the cost of the course.
The school must confirm the availability of your chosen accommodation.
If the selected housing is not available for your dates, the school will offer another accommodation option for you to consider.
I don't need housing
You can stay with a host family, which 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. 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. 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.
Fully furnished apartments in the area of Berlin-Mitte are suitable for those students who are ready for freedom and independence. The apartments include a room, a kitchen and a private bathroom.
- Furnished one-room or two-room apartment (for one or two students);
- Kitchen and bathroom;
- Weekly cleaning;
- Weekly fresh bed linen and towels.
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. The residence is conveniently located close to public transport.
- Fully equipped kitchen;
- Bed linen and towels;
- weekly cleaning;
We strongly recommend you to book your flight only after your participation in a course and visa are confirmed.
Jägerstraße 64 10117 Berlin-Mitte Germany , Berlin
4.8 out of 5
A trip to Berlin for language courses is the best decision I made this summer! Even for such a seemingly short period of time as two weeks, I managed to seriously pump my German, since all the classes were in German, and among ourselves we also tried to speak German. What can I say about the familyRead more
I liked the school very much! I went with my friend, we were assigned to the groups in which we wanted by level. Teachers are very benevolent, helps with everything, makes lessons very interesting. The atmosphere at school and at lessons are very friendly. It is very great that the school provides fRead more
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 firstRead more
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Full cost of the course after prepayment deduction must be paid no later than for weeks before the start of the course.