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Study Destination Frankfurt | Study Travel Magazine | Berlin Teacher in New York City | Students' Corner
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However your travel plans for 2014 are shap­ing up, Frank­furt am Main should def­in­itely be in­cluded on the list. The renowned New York Times seems to see it the same way, as it de­clared the met­ro­pol­is on the Main River one of its "Places to Go in 2014." From 52 des­tin­a­tions world­wide, Frank­furt, (the only des­tin­a­tion in Ger­many, by the way), made it to place 12. An amaz­ing achieve­ment. And with good reas­on!

New York Times The New York Times as­serts: "The city has evolved from be­ing per­ceived solely as a fin­ance cen­ter and trans­fer point to a place to linger and spend some time after hav­ing ex­per­i­enced a reg­u­lar boom of cool res­taur­ants and clubs." The fact is, this de­vel­op­ment isn't ex­actly new, but it is true, that Frank­furt am Main is cur­rently es­pe­cially hip with club­bers, mu­si­cians and artists of all kinds.

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 Residence Course in Frankfurt am Main
Study Travel Magazine Berlin Teacher in New York City Students' Corner
STM-Online reports on Residential Course

Study Travel Magazine, the largest trade pub­lic­a­tion in the edu­ca­tion travel in­dustry, re­ports in their new­est edi­tion about our new Res­id­ence Course for Juniors in Frank­furt. With their on­line and monthly print edi­tions, Study Travel Magazine reaches over 32,000 edu­ca­tion­al es­tab­lish­ments and con­sult­ants in 125 coun­tries world­wide. In ad­di­tion to the new junior res­id­ence in Frank­furt am Main, the art­icle also re­ports about pre­vi­ous de­vel­op­ments in the pro­gram and pro­jects for the fu­ture. Read more
Berlin Teacher
in New York City


Ber­lin goes New York City. Not only does that sound cool, it ac­tu­ally is! Be­cause not only are both met­ro­pol­ises hot spots for the con­tem­por­ary art and club­bing scenes, they are also mag­nets for Eng­lish and Ger­man teach­ers from around the world. Two of our col­leagues were es­pe­cially ex­cited to travel to New York City to par­ti­cip­ate in the se­lec­tion in­ter­view pro­cess with young Amer­ic­an schol­ar­ship ap­plic­ants. In June, the lucky schol­ar­ship win­ners will travel to the Ger­man cap­it­al city to learn Ger­man with us.
Students' Corner:
Why Frankfurt?


Gil­ber­to from Me­xi­co: "I would li­ke to learn Ger­man, be­cau­se I would li­ke to pur­sue me­di­cal trai­ning he­re in Ger­ma­ny to be­co­me a spe­cia­list. At first, I couldn’t ima­gi­ne how much I would li­ke Ger­ma­ny. But I ha­ve got­ten to know ma­ny peo­ple he­re from other coun­tries. That was an awe­so­me ex­pe­ri­ence. In ad­di­ti­on, I re­al­ly li­ke the open­ness of the peo­ple of Frank­furt; they are ve­ry fri­end­ly peo­ple. And I even li­ke the food. All that I can say is: Thank you Ger­ma­ny for eve­r­y­thing!"
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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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