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City Ranking | Junior Courses in Frankfurt | Study Travel Magazine | Business German | Students' Corner
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Frank­furt is the most sus­tain­able city in the world, fol­lowed by Lon­don and Copen­ha­gen. These are the find­ings of the Sus­tain­able Cit­ies In­dex, in which, for the first time, fifty cit­ies were ex­amined with re­spect to vari­ous cri­ter­ia as­so­ci­ated with sus­tain­ab­il­ity. Frank­furt came in num­ber one not only in the sub­cat­egory "En­vir­on­ment" but also in "Eco­nomy". In the sub­cat­egory "People", the city was ranked ninth.

City Ranking In ad­di­tion to Frank­furt, the cap­it­al of Ger­many, Ber­lin, is also lis­ted in the Sus­tain­able Cit­ies In­dex. In the cat­egory "En­vir­on­ment" Ber­lin stands dir­ectly be­hind Frank­furt on the list at second place. Pivotal in the fa­vor­able place­ment of both of these Ger­man cities so high on the list was their min­im­al air pol­lu­tion. In the ag­greg­ate stand­ings of all 50 large cit­ies, Ber­lin came in at a re­spect­able sixth place.

So, have you de­ve­loped an in­terest in com­ing to Frank­furt? Then let's go! Par­ti­cipants 17 years of age and older can be­gin learn­ing Ger­man every Monday at did deutsch-in­sti­tut-Frank­furt. This is the case year round! Our in­sti­tu­te is in Sach­sen-hausen, the area of the city most well known for en­ter­tain­ment, res­taur­ants and clubs. It's the per­fect way to com­bine ex­plor­ing the city with learn­ing the lan­guage.

The Ju­ni­or Res­id­ence Course of­fers young­er par­ti­cipants ages 14-17 an awe­some op­por­tun­ity to get to know Frank­furt and its sur­round­ings. The res­id­en­ce it­self serves sim­ul­tan­eously as a lodging fa­cil­ity as well as an edu­ca­tion­al com­plex, which guar­an­tees a safe and com­fort­able stay. The mod­ern double and 4-bed rooms, all out­fit­ted with their own baths, add to the over­all com­fort.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Junior Courses in Frankfurt
Study Travel Magazine Business German Students' Corner
STM reports about
German Courses

Claire Twy­man, journ­al­ist for the in­dustry pub­lic­a­tion Study Travel Magazine, cur­rently reports over her two lan­guage learn­ing ex­per­i­ences at did deutsch-in­sti­tut: "Hav­ing stud­ied at the centre in Mu­nich in 2012, last December I took Ger­man classes at did deutsch-in­sti­tut Ber­lin. This is the first time that I have stud­ied at two schools be­long­ing to the same chain, and I am pleased to re­port that, from my ex­per­i­ence, it is a slick op­er­a­tion that suc­cess­fully man­ages the stu­dent ex­per­i­ence from enrol­ment to eval­u­ation". Read more
Business German
for Professionals

Be­cause many busi­ness people are of­ten on a very tight time sched­ule, our com­pact Busi­ness Ger­man and Busi­ness Ger­man Plus courses are in­tens­ively de­signed to lead to re­mark­able learn­ing out­comes in the shortest amount of time pos­sible. If you re­quire Ger­man lan­guage skills for your pro­fes­sion­al ca­reer, per­haps for cor­por­ate func­tions, busi­ness travel abroad or com­mu­nic­a­tion with in­ter­na­tion­al cus­tom­ers, our cur­riculum and learn­ing goals will per­fectly fit your language needs. You can also save sig­ni­fic­ant valu­able time. Read more
Students' Corner
Why Berlin?

Omer from Is­rael: "Why did I come here? Ber­lin is a large and beau­ti­ful city with people from all over the en­tire world. I like everything about this Ger­man met­ro­pol­is, from the bad weather to the crazy people in the sub­way. After all, that is what Ber­lin is all about! I love Germany, the lan­guage and the people here. In Ber­lin I had the chance to be­gin an en­tirely new life. I really had a won­der­ful time in the Ger­man cap­it­al city and I can truly re­com­mend to any­one from abroad a vis­it to Ger­many and the did deutsch in­sti­tut". 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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