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did deutsch-institut newsletter 02|11
Junior Residence Berlin-Mitte | Summer Courses | Aschaffenburg | Cologne | Nuremberg
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New junior residence in Berlin-Mitte
No question: Germany's capital, Berlin, is definitely worth a visit. Its re­nowned mu­seums and numerous galleries, its significance in the past and present history of Germany and its tolerance and cosmopolitanism account for the popularity of a world metropolis that you just have to experience for yourself. This summer, the capital city will be­come even more attractive for youth from all over the world!

The central location of the new Junior Residence in Berlin-Mitte will make it even easier for youth between the ages of 14 and 17 to discover Berlin. The modern, newly built hotel was just finished at the end of 2010 and offers, in addition to two- and four-bed rooms with shower and toilet en suite, a sky lounge with a magnificent roof terrace, a large garden and the most modern of seminar rooms.

The residence can be found in the heart of the capital city, with the main train station right before the front door. Important sights, such as the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate, are easy to reach on foot. While enrolled in a German course of 20 or 24 lessons per week there remains plenty of time to discover Berlin with did's activity guides, for example, by going on a walk to the Berlin Wall Memorial. Learning German, while at the same time discovering German culture – nowhere is that simpler than in Berlin!

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Junior Summer Courses with accommodation in host families: new starting dates for 2011
Start Dates 2011 Aschaffenburg  Augsburg Cologne Nuremberg
German courses
for juniors


12–16 years 
26.06.–30.07.


14–17 years
19.06.–27.08.


14–17 years
 26.06.–13.08.


14–17 years
26.06.–30.07.

Youth that have decided upon a course with accom­modation in a host family, may choose, de­pend­ing upon course loca­tion, be­tween a Standard Course with 15 or 20 lessons per week and an Intensive Course up­grade. Another op­tion are Residence Courses.
26.06.
03.07.
10.07.
17.07.
19.06.
26.06.
03.07.
10.07.
17.07.
24.07.
31.07.
07.08.
14.08.
26.06.
03.07.
10.07.
17.07.
24.07.
31.07.
26.06.
03.07.
10.07.
17.07.
Discover Aschaffenburg Discover Cologne Discover Nuremberg
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Aschaffenburg

Aschaffenburg – also lovingly called the Bavarian Nice by King Ludwig I – is known as the city of castles, parks and museums. It combines the dynamic and international metropolitan re­gion of Frankfurt am Main with the nature preserve Spessart, one of the largest contiguous forested regions in Germany. The romantic old city center with its dreamy alleyways and historic half-timbered houses leads to delightful discoveries with every twist and turn. Read more
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Cologne

The cathedral city looks back over a more than 2000-year his­tory, whose vestiges can be seen everywhere: impo­sing edifices and numer­ous church­es. There is something to dis­cover on al­most every street corner. The Cologne Cathedral has been the em­blem and cen­ter point of the fourth largest city in Germa­ny for centuries. The main train station, the larg­est mu­se­ums in the city, the begin­nings of the old city and the larg­est shopping district can be found here. Read more
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Nuremberg

Medieval and modern flair are not contradictions in Nurem­berg. The second largest city in Bavaria offers all of the advan­tages of a modern city: a lively and historic city center with shop­ping malls, living quarters and countless cultural institu­tions. Ramble through the Frank­ish metropolis, with its imposing Kaiserburg (im­pe­rial castle) and the house of the fa­mous painter Albrecht Dürer, and you will recognize the great historical impor­tance of this city. Read more
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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