German intensive course in Berlin
Do you want to quickly and effectively learn German? The German intensive course of the DeutschAkademie of Berlin is perfect if you wish to make quick progress in German for purposes of living, studying, working or making contact with the locals in Berlin. In our German language school in Berlin at Alexanderplatz, you will study in small groups under outstanding native-speaker German teachers.
Your German intensive course at Berlin Mitte at Alexanderplatz at a glance
- Start: Every month across the year
- When: Monday to Thursday
- Course times: 8.30 am – 11.30 am, 11.45 am – 2.45 pm, 3 pm – 6 pm or 6.15 pm – 9.15 pm
- Duration: 3 hours per day, 4 weeks, 48 hours (64 teaching units)*
- Group size: 5-11 participants
- Levels: From A1 to C2, 12 course levels (1 course level per month)
- Price: 225 €
- Course location: DeutschAkademie, German language school Berlin Alexanderplatz
*Course duration December: 3 weeks, from Monday to Friday, missing teaching hours are caught up later
Our course system is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and is divided into 12 course levels. If you already have knowledge of German we will carry out a professional written and oral placement test in order to find out your best entry level.
Contents of your German course
In the German intensive course in Berlin, you will train all the skills required for competent command of the German language: speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary. To do this the DeutschAkademie prioritizes communicative, varied and interesting teaching. The particularly small group size and the intensive teaching method allows you to gain a lot of speaking practice during the lessons. In your German course in Berlin, you will have lots of fun and learn intensively. After all, since 1999 our motto has been: Fun is the way to success!
Your German teacher
The DeutschAkademie selects its German teachers on the basis of the personality, experience and education. Naturally all our German teachers are native speakers. The groups are small and made up of international students, and you will be speaking German from the very beginning.