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Are you between 8 and 17 years old and would like to improve your German over the summer and spend your free time with other young people? Then our international Junior Residence Courses are just the right thing for you. Enjoy German classes, meal times, living and leisure activities all together with the other par­tic­i­pants. Find out here when it all gets started.

Berlin-Mitte Residence Would you like to go up into the glass dome on top of the Reichs­tag and look out over the capital city? Then come to Ber­lin to our centrally located residence in Berlin-Mitte. From here, you have the perfect starting point for visiting the sites worth seeing, like Pots­damer Platz, the Bran­den­burg Gate and the Holo­caust Memorial. Teen­age par­tic­i­pants from 14 to 17 learn German and live here in a youth hotel com­plete with gar­den area, roof terrace and panorama lounge.

Hintersee Junior Residence Or would you like to enjoy your Ge­rman course before a back­drop of clear lakes and pic­tur­esque moun­tain land­scapes? Then Hin­ter­see is the location for you. Here, juniors from 12 to 16 years of age live in a hostel that lies idyl­lic­ally si­tu­ated on Hin­ter­see lake. In your free time you can ex­pe­ri­ence na­ture, enjoy the lakes and moun­tain land­scapes of Berch­tes­gaden Na­tion­al Park, dis­cover cul­tural trea­sures or visit the nearby cities of Salz­burg and Rosenheim.

Junior Residence in Hoechst Or do you prefer a panoramic view of the Odenwald forest? That you’ll find in Höchst. This former medi­eval con­vent has been con­verted into a con­ference center. In the sum­mer­time, par­tic­i­pants from around the world bet­ween the ages of 8 and 14 are housed in this his­toric buil­ding. In ad­di­tion to mo­dern class­rooms and guest rooms, the con­vent offers large green spa­ces with plenty of room for games, sports, and fun.

No matter which of these locations it turns out to be – you will get to know the German language, culture, and important sites with other young people from around the world. Our teachers and on-site supervisors will always be there at your side to help ensure an unforgettable summer!

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Junior Summer Residence Courses
Start Dates 2012 Berlin-Mitte Hintersee Höchst
German courses
for juniors

14–17 years

12–16 years

8–14 years

Young people who choose a Ger­man course in a Ju­nior Res­i­dence can se­lect bet­ween a Stan­dard Course with 20 les­sons per week and an In­ten­sive Course up­grade. We will in­tro­duce the cour­ses with host fam­i­ly ac­com­mo­da­tion in the next issue.
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Easter Special
2 weeks for free!

In Germany, the Eas­ter bunny hides sweet treats for chil­dren, who glee­ful­ly search for them on Eas­ter Sun­day. This year, the Eas­ter bun­ny is hid­ing some­thing sweet for ev­ery­one else, as well: Our Eas­ter Spe­cial. On Eas­ter week­end, if you book a course of four weeks or more, we will add two ad­di­tion­al weeks at a se­cond lo­ca­tion to your Eas­ter bas­ket free of charge. This way, you can dis­cover two of our four course lo­ca­tions at the same time: Ber­lin, Frank­furt, Ham­burg or Mu­nich. Find out more here.
Facebook – always
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Would you also like to be one of the first to find out about our most up-to-date spe­cial of­fers, what’s new at did deutsch-ins­ti­tut, travel tips for Ger­ma­ny, up­com­ing fes­ti­vals and ex­hi­bi­tions and even per­so­nal re­ports and im­pres­sions from course par­tic­i­pants? Then be­come a fan on Face­book now! Be­cause be­gin­ning next month, May, our Face­book fans will have a big ad­van­tage: Who­ever is a our fan on Face­book will re­ceive the link to the la­test red hot news sev­er­al days be­fore the of­fi­cial re­lease of our news­letter.
Students' Corner
Why Hamburg?

Sonja from Serbia: “After the two months that I have spent here, I must say Ham­burg is one of the most beau­ti­ful ci­ties in Ger­ma­ny! There is al­ways some­thing to do and you can al­ways try out new things. For an even­ing’s en­ter­tain­ment in Ham­burg, I re­com­mend first going to the mo­vies and then to the Ree­per­bahn! And you have to go to the plan­e­tar­i­um at least once. The pe­dal boats on the ou­ter Als­ter (lake) are also a lot of fun. Lots of peo­ple rec­om­men­ded Ham­burg to me and they were right!” 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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