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New Course Programs | Course Overview | Discover Augsburg | Course Levels | Students' Corner
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The new year is off to a good start. In 2011, you can look forward to brand new course models and accommodation options, as well as special programs for those with the most varied needs. Would you like to learn German while still having time to go out and do some sightseeing? Or would you like to participate in a one-time short-term course of study with university lecturers? Perhaps you are already planning to study at a university in Germany? Then you’ll be interested in the new programs we are offering each fall.

University Summer CoursesIn the University Summer Courses, participants have the opportunity during their 4-week German language course to develop an academic project under the direction of a university lecturer from the International School of Management (ISM) in the area of culture and civilization. Upon successful completion of the University Summer Course, participants earn valuable ECTS-credits for their efforts.

Berlin Summer AcademyIn July and August, adventurous course participants in Berlin can follow the summer rhythms of the capital city with no guilty conscience: studying, going out, sleeping in, sight­seeing. The afternoon class meeting times during the Berlin Summer Academy permit that freedom and flexibility! And you will be pleasantly surprised by the standards of our partner hotel Meininger – it even has a terrace with a view of the government district!

University Placement ProgramThe University Placement Program offers foreign students who would like to apply for entrance into a German university comprehensive advising regarding possible fields of study and study locations. did deutsch institut's cooperation with a variety of universities makes it possible to guarantee participants in this program the maximum amount of security during the university placement process.

Junior Residence Courses in BerlinParticipants in our Junior Residence Course in Berlin can look forward to new accommo­dations this summer: our brand new, modern hotel offers many comforts and amenities: two- or four-bed rooms with shower and toilet en suite, a large garden, a sky lounge and a roof terrace with a wonderful view over the city. Directly in the heart of the capital city, located in Berlin-Mitte, it is easy to reach all of the important sights from this central location.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Standard Courses University Summer Courses Intensive Courses
Intensive Courses Berlin Summer Academy
Premium Courses TestDaF Courses Standard Courses
4X Program University Placement Residence Courses High School Program
One-to-One Courses Internship Program Boarding School
Business German Teacher Training Group Stay Program Deutsch Privat Program
Entdecke Augsburg Kursdauer und Kursstufen Students' Corner
Discover
Augsburg

The over 2000-year-old Augs­burg belongs to one of the third oldest cities in Germany and is the third largest cities in Bavaria. Augsburg has a unique, dis­tinctive charm: Life here is very comfortable and less hectic than elsewhere. And naturally, you can see and feel Augsburg's magnificent history everywhere: Jakob Fugger, Mozart’s ances­tors and Bert Brecht are all famous sons of the city. Those who were once here, love to visit again and again!
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Course length and
course levels

What is your language goal? Do you need German for your profession or your university studies? Our Course-Level Overview shows how long it will take to reach your goal. The course levels are oriented to the Common European Framework. Try to assess your German know­ledge and define your desired language goal. By looking at the number of lessons and weeks required in order to pass each level, you can compute the approximate length of your language study.
Students' Corner
Why Frankfurt?

Elena from Switzerland: „I ride horses, so I wanted to bring my horse along to Germany. Close to Frankfurt, there is a well-known trainer. Frankfurt is very beautiful and so big! I like everything about it, the school, my host family, the riding cen­ter… and the many muse­ums. There is always something new to experience! Before the trip, I got advice from a travel agent in Switzerland specializing in language trips: did deutsch-institut was the best decision.”
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LTM Star Awards 2006, 2007 and 2009

For the third time — following the years 2006 and 2007 — did deutsch-institut has been awarded the LTM Star Award German Language School 2009.

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