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Discover Heidelberg | Easter Special | New Residence | The Economist | Students' Corner
Dear Friend

In the past few years the number of participants in the Summer Intensive Courses in Heidelberg has increased steadily. That's no surprise! The world-famous tourist attraction offers everything young participants appreciate in a summer center: a vibrant student life, ideal opportunities for a variety of activities, a comprehensive cultural program and excellent shopping facilities.

Summer Courses in HeidelbergHeidelberg is a city with almost magical attraction. The twisted alleys of the old town, the romantic castle ruins, the street cafés and student pubs – if you study with us in Heidel­berg, you will learn to speak German, make new friends in a host family or live in­de­pend­ent­ly in our Summer Apartments.

The castle ruins, the many mansions and churches, everywhere visitors can find evidence of the city's splendid and magnificent past. With us you will discover Heidelberg's historic treasures such as the 250 year old Large Wine Barrel, which can hold 200,000 liters! However, the Heidelberg of today is a cosmo­politan city with more than 4 million yearly visitors from all over the world!

This city doesn't owe its young spirit to the tourists, but rather to the more than 30,000 students who study at Germany's oldest university. They make living in the city so refreshing. You will meet students everywhere. If you hear them speaking proudly about their 600 year old university tradition, you will realize that history is still very much alive here.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Easter Special – discover a second destination for free! April 2-5 2010
New Residence in Frankfurt! The Economist – Article: Europe's engine Students' Corner
New Residence
in Frankfurt

Effective immediately, we are offering a new residential option in Frankfurt's most modern dis­trict – the Europaviertel. Our new residence offers smartly appointed, air-conditioned single and double rooms com­plete with shower, lavatory, tele­phone and picture windows. The school can be reached in only 20 minutes using public trans­por­tation. All public areas, i.e., the lobby or hearth room, offer free WiFi. There is also a laun­dry room and com­mu­nal kitchen available. Read more

Special Article:
Europe's engine

The current issue of The Eco­no­mist describes Germany's ever-increasing importance as Eu­rope's economic engine. On 14 pages, the special report out­lines how im­por­tant Ger­ma­ny has become as an ex­port nation. In the current business climate in Europe, the German language is in­dis­pens­able. In order to play a mean­ing­ful role on the in­ter­na­tio­nal stage of the future, one must perfect one's German language skills. Our courses in Business German offer the perfect opportunity.

Students' Corner
Why Frankfurt?

Find out what Irma Luisa from Mexico thinks about her stay in Frankfurt: „My agency re­com­men­ded did deutsch-institut and I decided to go to Frankfurt, be­cause I think it's a very nice and exciting city. There are many things to see and Frank­furt is quite an inter­na­tio­nal city. You definitely must visit a typ­i­cal apple wine pub and try a glass of apple wine! And don't forget the Museumsufer (Mu­se­um Em­bank­ment) and the fi­nan­cial dis­trict with its many skyscrapers.” Read more

LTM Star Awards 2006, 2007 and 2009

For the third time — following the years 2006 and 2007 — did deutsch-institut has been awarded the LTM Star Award German Language School 2009.

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