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did deutsch-institut newsletter 05|11
Activity Program | Photo Blog | Eurovision Song Contest 2011 | Students' Corner
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Learning German while at the same time experiencing Germany in summer with all its many facets – our summer courses offer this opportunity not only to adults, but to teen participants as well. After class each day, there is still ample time and opportunity through our free-time program to marvel at the his­tor­ic land­marks and attractions in the city, investigate the many “hip” districts, take plea­sure in a wonderful pan­o­ram­ic view in the open air or simply enjoy playing soccer with new­found friends in a nearby park.

Activity Program Adults Hanging your feet in the Spree in Berlin, investigating the Mu­se­ums­ufer (waterside museum district) in Frankfurt, con­quer­ing the St. Pauli-Kiez in Hamburg or enjoying the En­glish Garden in Munich? Our suggestions for adults leave no wish un­ful­filled. For youth of all ages, a host of at­trac­tions await in Augs­burg, Aschaf­fen­burg, Ber­lin, Hin­ter­see, Höchst, Col­ogne, Nu­rem­berg and Wies­ba­den. There is something for ev­ery­one! Our advi­sers are al­ways avail­able with tips and sug­ges­tions.

Look what is in store for you! The summer months are full of festivals, city celebrations and day trips to ma­ny in­ter­es­ting and worth­while lo­ca­tions. All day trip destinations and free-time offerings for each specific course location can be located online under Activity Program for Adults or Activity Program for Juniors. Our teachers, advisers and host families are already looking forward to a great summer with you!

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
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Photoblog Juniors Eurovision Song Contest Students' Corner
Photo Blog for Course Participants

In our German courses, not on­ly will you learn a lot about the German language, but will also experience the country and its people “up close and per­son­al” – their cultural treasures, cus­toms, sights and attractions. Share your exciting experiences with friends and family at home through our online Photo Blog for Adults. Our teen participants have a spec­ial­ly designated spot for their snapshots in the Pho­to Blog for Juniors, as well. In this way, all of those left be­hind at home can enjoy what you are experiencing here in Germany at the same time.
Azerbeijan wins in Düsseldorf

Newcomers from 43 Eu­ro­pe­an countries sang for the prize in the 2011 Eu­ro­vis­i­on Song Con­test – and 120 million Eu­ro­peans looked on! For their song Run­ning Scared, the winning duo Nikki and Ell wore white cos­tumes and were ac­com­pa­nied on stage by wind and gol­den rain. Italian Raphael Gua­laz­zi took second place, with Swe­den in third. Lena Meyer-Land­rut, last year’s German winner, was hap­py with a tenth place finish, which she secured with her song Taken by a Strang­er. We con­grat­u­late all of the winners! Read more
Students' Corner
Why Munich?

Brandon from Hong Kong: “Now I can go anywhere I want with­out my German phrase book. Why Munich? I wanted to come here in or­der to ex­pe­ri­ence the Ba­var­i­an hos­pi­tal­i­ty. At the same time, I wanted to be close to Aus­tria and places that were of interest to me, so I could travel a lot in my free time apart from class. One of my fa­vor­ite free­time ac­tiv­i­ties in the af­ter­noon was to sit in a pleas­ant café and observe how a typ­i­cal day is evolv­ing for the peo­ple of Mu­nich. The Käse­spätz­le and beer are not to be missed in Mu­nich! 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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