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University Summer Courses | Spring Festivals in Germany | Business German | Students' Corner
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The snow is melting, the days are growing longer and the first snowdrops and crocuses are venturing into the light. Spring is coming! Nature is bursting forth and you can almost feel the sun’s rays getting stron­ger. Be inspired by this new energy and take advantage of it to expand your vocabulary! Learn German and experience spring in Germany all at the same time!

Easter Special On Easter Sunday, it is a German tradition for children to search for brightly colored Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies and other sweets the "Easter Bunny" has hidden. This year, we are playing the Easter Bunny for you. And you won’t need to search long, in order to discover what we have in store! Dur­ing our Easter Special, to any course of four weeks or lon­ger, we will place in your Easter basket an additional two-week course in a second city free of charge, just as long as the course begins on Easter weekend. More information here.

This spring, if you are thinking about the upcoming summer already, you should consider our University Summer Courses. These courses offer students from all over the world the opportunity, during a 4-week stay in Germany, to improve existing German skills, while at the same time developing an academic pro­ject in the area of civilization and culture under the direction of a university lecturer. Experienced uni­ver­sity lecturers offer seminars on current topics such as business, society and culture that are relevant to the course location chosen – Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg or Munich.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
University Summer Courses
Spring Festivals in Germany Business German Students' Corner
Spring Festivals
in Germany

In springtime, there are nu­mer­ous fes­ti­vals to cel­e­brate: since 1310, Mu­nich has greet­ed the spring with the tra­di­tion-rich Auer Dult from April 28 - May 6, which in­cludes car­ni­val rides on the Maria­hilf­platz. The world’s lar­gest har­bor birth­day cel­e­bra­tion will be cel­e­bra­ted in Ham­burg from May 11-13 with a ship pa­rade. From May 25-28, Ber­lin will cel­e­brate its in­ter­na­tion­al­i­ty with the Car­ni­val of Cul­tures, a giant street fes­ti­val, in­clu­ding a pa­rade on Whit­sun­day. Also on Pen­te­cost week­end, from May 26-29, Frank­furt cel­e­brates Wäld­ches­tag, it's for­est par­ty with tra­di­tion. Come cel­e­brate with us!
Business German
German for Pros

Do you need Ger­man for your pro­fes­sion­al ca­reer, but have no time for a mul­ti­ple-week lan­guage course? Since many busi­ness people and em­ploy­ees have very tight sched­ules, our com­pact Busi­ness Ge­rman and Busi­ness Ger­man Plus cour­ses are es­pe­cial­ly in­ten­sive and lead to re­mark­able pro­gress in the shor­test amount of time pos­si­ble. Whether you need Ger­man lan­guage skills for for­eign trav­el, cus­to­mer com­mu­ni­cat­ion, or tele­phone con­ver­sa­tions; wheth­er you need more em­pha­sis on writ­ten forms of com­mu­ni­cation or oral – we will mod­i­fy our cour­ses to meet your exact needs. Read more
Students' Corner
Why Frankfurt?

Chin from Ma­lay­sia: “I am happy to get to know many new friends from dif­fer­ent coun­tries. In ad­di­tion, I really like the Ger­man cul­ture. It is very dif­fer­ent from Asian cul­ture or the cul­ture of my home coun­try, Ma­lay­sia. I en­joy my life in Ger­ma­ny and the learn­ing pro­cess at did deutsch-in­sti­tut! Some of my re­com­men­da­tions for ex­plo­ring Ger­man life in Frank­furt: You ab­so­lute­ly have to spend an evening in the Jazz­keller (a jazz bar in a base­ment), it is really cool there! And nat­u­ral­ly, you have to try Frank­furt sau­sage and Schnit­zel, and drink dif­fer­ent beers and apple wine.“ 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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