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Junior Residence in Munich | Volunteer Work | Easter Special | Students' Corner
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In 1977, with did deutsch-in­sti­tut Mu­nich, we foun­ded our first lan­guage in­sti­tute. Al­most 40 years later we are ex­pand­ing our adult school there to in­clude a Ju­ni­or Res­id­ence Course. The concept of com­bin­ing school­ing and lodging all in one place of­fers par­ti­cipants between the ages of 14 and 17 the op­por­tun­ity to get to know the Bav­ari­an met­ro­pol­is of Mu­nich safely and com­fort­ably.

Junior Residence The res­id­ence is loc­ated five interurban train stops away from Mari­en­platz, which is at the heart of the city. With­in a short 10-minute ride, the main shop­ping street of Kaufinger­straße, as well as in­nu­mer­able oth­er sights and at­trac­tions, such as the Church of our Lady and the Viktu­ali­en­markt (farm­er's mar­ket) are eas­ily ac­cess­ible. The res­id­ence is op­tim­ally situ­ated for daily ex­plor­a­tions out and about in the city.

In ad­di­tion to ex­cel­lent con­nec­tions to the loc­al pub­lic trans­port­a­tion net­work, the res­id­ence of­fers an en­tire ar­ray of ad­di­tion­al amen­it­ies, in­clud­ing bil­liards and table footbal. The two- and four-bed rooms are mod­ernly ap­poin­ted and each con­tains a sep­ar­ate bath­room with toi­let and shower. The Wi-Fi net­work is avail­able to guests throughout the en­tire res­id­en­tial build­ing at no ad­di­tion­al charge.

In ad­di­tion, our Mu­nich res­id­ence is ideally situ­ated for sight­see­ing tours in­to the Bav­ari­an sur­round­ings. After a sev­en-minute interurban train ride, you will ar­rive at the main train sta­tion, from where you can com­fort­ably travel to world fam­ous sights such as the fairytale castle of Neuschwan­stein, the alpine town of Garmisch-Parten­kirchen, Nürn­berg, Lindau at Lake Con­stance and the Aus­tri­an Moz­art cap­it­al Salzburg.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Junior Residence in Munich
Volunteer Work Easter Special Students' Corner
Volunteer work while learning German

In as­so­ci­ation with their study at did deutsch-in­sti­tut Frank­furt, 37 lan­guage stu­dents from Brazil vo­lun­teered in a re­tire­ment home in Frank­furt. The pilot pro­ject com­bin­ing Ger­man lan­guage learn­ing and vo­lun­teer work was a big suc­cess. Wolfgang Rodrig­uez, dir­ect­or of did deutsch-in­sti­tut Frank­furt as­serts: "In the stu­dent dorm­it­ory stu­dents of­ten end up speak­ing their nat­ive lan­guage. Vo­lun­teer en­gage­ment in a re­tire­ment fa­cil­ity was a great op­por­tun­ity to be placed in a situ­ation where Ger­man must be spoken." Read more
An awesome gift
for you for Easter!

In Ger­many, it is the cus­tom at East­er to hide can­dies, sweets, and colored eggs in little nests in the garden. The an­nu­al search for sur­prises out­side in the fresh air isn’t just fun for chil­dren. Every­one looks for­ward to it. We would also like to give you some joy this East­er by of­fer­ing you something to dis­cov­er: On East­er week­end, in oth­er words from April 3 through April 6, if you book a four-week Ger­man course, we will lay a second two-week long course in your East­er bas­ket abso­lutely free of charge. Happy East­er!
Students' Corner:
Why Frankfurt?

Juan Diego from Guatem­ala: "At first I was study­ing in Ger­many just be­cause my par­ents wanted me to, but now, after hav­ing been here in Frank­furt for more than six months, I too think it is a good idea. I have en­joyed everything up to this point. The people, the city and the school. Learn­ing is easy here and get­ting to know new people quickly. There is a lot to see and do. I can re­com­mend Frank­furt to every­one. Here, not only can you learn and study Ger­man, but you can also have an un­for­get­table time."
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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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