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News in 2013 | Course overview | Globetrotter Adam | Valentine’s Special | Students’ Corner
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Did you have a great start to the New Year? We hope so! And we also hope 2013 will be a pros­per­ous, suc­cess­ful and happy year for you all! Have you al­ready made some New Year’s res­o­lu­tions and thought about some of the things you would def­i­nitely like to do in 2013? How about per­fect­ing your Ger­man lan­guage skills? Of course, this year we are once again at your service:

German for Adults In our institutes in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Mu­nich, in ad­di­tion to our year-round Stan­dard, In­ten­sive and Pre­mium Cour­ses, we are also offer­ing tai­lor-made Ger­man cour­ses for adults such as our Uni­ver­si­ty Sum­mer Cour­ses, cour­ses with in­tern­ships or our Ber­lin Sum­mer Acad­e­my. As of 2013, we are also offer­ing a Guest Stu­dent Pro­gram at the uni­ver­si­ty. Those in­ter­es­ted in study­ing at a Ger­man uni­ver­sity can gain a first-hand im­pres­sion of Ger­man student life.

German for Juniors There is also plenty to note in our youth pro­grams! We are now offer­ing Ger­man cour­ses for juniors year-round at our course lo­ca­tion in Augs­burg. And our new sum­mer res­i­dence for juniors in the Aus­tri­an ca­pi­tal city is also worth tak­ing a clo­ser look – here you can live and learn in one place – in the middle of Vien­na! And those who pre­fer host fam­i­ly ac­com­mo­da­tions now have a tru­ly “royal” choice in our Pots­dam course location.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Standard Courses University Summer Courses Year-round courses
Intensive Courses Berlin Summer Academy Summer Courses 12-16
Premium Courses TestDaF Courses Summer Courses 14-17
4X Program University Placement Residence Courses  
One-to-One Internship Program High School Program
Business German Teacher Training Group Stays Deutsch Privat Program
Globetrotter Adam Valentine’s Special Students’ Corner
A Globetrotter
at the Berlin Institute

In 2009, Adam, a graph­ic de­sign­er working in Bos­ton, de­cid­ed to hang it up, put his en­tire sav­ings in his pocket and take off to see the world. His tra­vels took him to the Middle East, Nor­thern Af­ri­ca, In­dia and even as far as South­east Asia. The trip, which has chan­ged Adam’s life tre­men­dously, is not even close to be­ing over. Since 2011, he has been liv­ing in Europe’s most hipster me­tro­po­lis, Ber­lin, where, in December, 2012, he studied Ger­man for four weeks at the did deutsch-ins­ti­tut. He tells of his ex­per­i­en­ces travel­ing through­out the world and in Berlin in his blogs Tra­vels of Adam and My Berlin Story.
Attention: Our
Valentine’s Special

This year for Valentine’s Day we are of­fer­ing you a won­der­ful Val­en­tine’s Spe­cial! If you book a course at one of our four did deutsch-ins­ti­tu­tes in Ber­lin, Frank­furt, Ham­burg or Mun­ich on Feb­ru­ary 14 or 15, 2013, your Val­en­tine part­ner will re­ceive a 50% dis­count on a course with the same con­fi­gur­a­tion. For ex­ample: You book a four-week long In­ten­sive Course in Frank­furt on Feb­ruary 14 or 15, 2013. This means your part­ner will save 50% of the course price when he or she books a com­par­able course: In­ten­sive Course, Frank­furt, four-week du­ra­tion... it doesn’t get any better than that!
Students’ Corner
Why Munich?

Antoine from France: “It was a won­der­ful time and a good ex­per­i­ence! Mu­nich is a very at­trac­tive and in­ter­est­ing city with lots of op­por­tun­i­ties. The did em­ploy­ees were very friendly and help­ful, and the pro­gram was struc­tured in such a co­her­ent fashion that I was really able to im­prove my Ger­man. Mu­nich has all the ad­van­tages of a large city: many places to go out, a good in­fra­struc­ture, beau­ti­ful parks and nice plazas ­ and all this with­out the usual dis­ad­van­tages of a large city. I rec­om­mend did deutsch-institut to any­one who would like to im­prove their Ger­man lang­uage skills!” Read more
STM Star Awards 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012
In 2012, did deutsch-institut was awarded for the fifth time the Study Travel Magazine Star Award in the category German Lan­guage School, just as it was in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011. We thank our partners and customers very much for their support. Info & Video

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