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did deutsch-institut newsletter 03|13
Vienna residence course | Junior residence courses | Night of museums | Easter Special | Students’ Corner
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The coming summer promises to be quite eventful. Especially in our new junior residence in Vien­na! Morn­ings, our juniors will work on im­prov­ing their German skills, after­noons, they will make use of these skills directly during field trips: for example, during a visit to the magical Cas­tle Belvedere, at the ballgame in Pra­ter Park, on the gigantic Ferris wheel with a view over the Aus­tri­an metropolis, when ordering a de­li­cious Sacher Torte at the Vienna Coffee House or during a relaxing stroll along the Danube.

Junior residence course in Vienna In the newly built junior residence, you will feel quickly at home. Here, our participants will learn Ger­man to­gether with their new friends, and live, eat and begin many of the ex­cur­sions and free-time activities from there. In Vienna, there is always a Standard Course with 20 lessons per week available or an Intensive Course with 24 lessons per week to choose from. In addition, participants can decide whether they would prefer to live in a double room or a four-bed room.

In addition to our Vienna location, depending on their age, young course participants can choose from an overall of four locations for their Residence Course: 14-17 year olds can learn about the culture and his­tory of the capital city at our Berlin-Mitte location. We offer 12-16 year olds a unique opportunity to learn about nature directly on an alpine lake in Hintersee. And in Höchst im Odenwald, 8-14 year olds can live in a for­mer monastery and relax and hang out in its large park-like grounds.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Summer junior residence courses
Night of Museums Easter Special Students’ Corner
Cultural Event: The
Night of Museums

At each of our adult lo­ca­tions, the Lange Nacht der Mu­seen – Long Night of the Mu­se­ums – will be tak­ing place. Each vis­i­tor can visit all of the par­tic­i­pat­ing mu­se­ums until late in the night with the pur­chase of just one ticket. In Berlin, the night­time spec­tacle hap­pens this year on March 16th, in Ham­burg, on April 13th and in Frank­furt, the mu­se­ums open their gates on May 4th. In Mu­nich, the mu­se­um night will be held on Oc­to­ber 19th, but there will be the Night of the Music on May 11th, when live con­certs of var­i­ous types will be played through­out Munich’s inner city.
A Gift for You:
Our Easter Special

In Germany, it is customary on Easter for the Easter Bunny to hide col­ored eggs and sweets for the chil­dren, who search for them with joy on Easter Sun­day. You are already grown-up and there­fore be­lieve to go away empty-han­ded? Far from it! We are play­ing the Easter Bunny this year and have some­thing for you to dis­cover as well: If you book a four-week course on Eas­ter Week­end, that is from March 29 until April 1, we will add an ad­di­tion­al two-week course in a se­cond city free of charge to your Easter bas­ket. And so we wish you Happy Easter!
Students’ Corner
Why Frankfurt?

Erika from Italy: “It was a very good expe­ri­ence for me. What I liked the most was get­ting to know people from all around the world, and to com­pare and get to know our dif­fer­ing cul­tures, and liv­ing side by side with one an­other. The did deutsch-ins­ti­tut Frank­furt is a very good school, be­cause it has every­thing that you need. For ex­am­ple, there are books and films, which can help you to im­prove your lan­guage skills. Also, my teach­ers were very good. And with my host fam­i­ly I was equally as satis­fied – they are very nice and po­lite people.” 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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