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TestDaF in Hamburg | High School Program in Germany | Valentine's Special | Students' Corner
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The new year has begun and once again, there are a few things you can look forward to in 2012. How would you like this course model: Berlin Summer Academy – in addition to your German language course you still have enough time for the nightlife in Berlin and for sightseeing. In our University Summer Cour­ses you learn German und take part in seminars given by German university lecturers over specific top­i­cal themes. Do you aspire to study at a German university? Find just the right course for you here!

TestDaF in Hamburg There are new opportunities available in Hamburg for those interested in university study: as of 2012, Test­DaF (Test of German as a Foreign Language) prep­a­ra­tion courses will take place at the Hamburg did deutsch-institut six times a year. In addition to Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich, it is now also pos­si­ble to com­plete the TestDaF examination at did deutsch-in­sti­tut Ham­burg – a requirement for all foreign appli­cants to Ger­man universities.

You aren’t familiar with Hamburg yet? Then it is high time you were! The Gateway to the World is the se­cond lar­gest city in Germany and one of the most important harbor cities in Europe. Every year in May, the Hafengeburtstag (birthday of the harbor) is celebrated with the world’s largest har­bor fes­ti­val. In addi­tion, the modern Hafen­City (har­bor city), the his­tor­i­cal­ly pro­tec­ted Spei­cher­stadt (ware­house dis­trict), mul­tiple mu­si­cal venues and the in­fa­mous en­ter­tain­ment dis­trict St. Pauli at­tract vis­i­tors year round from both in and outside Germany.

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High School Program Valentine's Special Students' Corner
High School Program
in Germany

By visiting a German school, young people have the op­por­tu­ni­ty at an ear­ly age to get to know an­other school sys­tem, an­other coun­try, and, of cour­se, an­other lan­guage. Nat­u­ral­ly, they can also find a lot of new friends and ex­pe­ri­ence every­day life by liv­ing with a Ger­man host fam­i­ly. If you are be­tween the ages of 14 and 17, you have the unique op­por­tu­ni­ty to be­gin gathering in­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in a for­eign coun­try al­ready. Now un­til the 15th of May is the time to apply for a vis­it to a Ger­man high school be­gin­ning in Au­gust or Sep­tem­ber, 2012 (de­pend­ing upon the Ger­man state). Read more
Heads up – our
Valentine's Special!

This year for Valentine’s Day we are of­fer­ing you a won­der­ful Val­en­tine’s Spe­cial! When you b­ook a course on Feb­ru­ary 14th or 15th, 2012 in one of our ins­ti­tu­tes in Berlin, Frank­furt, Ham­burg or Mu­nich, your Val­en­tine part­ner will re­ceive a 50% dis­count on a course of the same con­fi­g­u­ra­tion. For ex­am­ple, you book an In­ten­sive Course in Frank­furt las­ting four weeks. That means for your Val­en­tine part­ner, he or she will save 50% on their course price, just as long as the book­ings are con­fig­ured ex­act­ly alike: In­ten­sive Course, Frank­furt, four weeks… it doesn’t get any bet­ter than that!
Students' Corner
Why Munich?

Ali from Turkey: “I am learn­ing Ger­man, be­cause I would like to study at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Zu­rich. I chose Mu­nich, be­cause I can reach Zu­rich easily from here. did deutsch-institut was rec­om­mended to me – the ins­ti­tu­te is lo­cated in the city cen­ter, from here you can reach ev­ery­thing eas­i­ly. I especially like the struc­ture of the city. For ex­ample, af­ter class I like to play sports in the Eng­lish Gar­den, go to the Hella­brunn Zoo or swim at the Olym­pic Park. The things I liked the best were my lan­guage course and my friends. As a sou­ve­nir, I am taking home an FC Bay­ern Mu­nich foot­ball jer­sey.” Read more
LTM Star Awards 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011
In 2011, did deutsch-institut was awarded for the fourth time the Language Travel Magazine Star Award in the category German Lan­guage School, just as it was in 2006, 2007 and 2009. We thank our partners and customers very much for their support. Info & Video

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