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Summer Courses with family accommodation | Italian Website | Photoblog | Students' Corner
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Those who would like to improve their German during the summer and get to know what life is like in a Ger­man host family can find our selection of cities here. For youth between the ages of 12 and 17, in ad­di­tion to our Summer Residence Courses (see April Newsletter), we offer Summer Courses with ac­com­mo­da­tion in host families. This way, our participants can experience German language and culture outside the class­room as well.

Aschaffenburg Aschaffenburg – also loving called the Bavarian Nice by King Louis I – is considered the city of castles, parks and mu­se­ums. It com­bines the dy­na­mic and in­ter­na­tio­nal metro­poli­tan region around Frank­furt am Main with the nature park Spes­sart, one of the lar­gest con­ti­gu­ous fores­ted areas in Ger­ma­ny. The ro­man­tic old city with its dreamy lanes and his­toric half-tim­bered hou­ses will lead you to de­light­ful dis­cov­eries at every turn.

Augsburg Augsburg is just a short 30-minute train ride away from Mun­ich, but this third lar­gest city in Ba­va­ria has its own unique charm: Life is more un­hurried and less hec­tic here than else­where, the foun­tains gurgle, people sit in the side­walk cafés and stu­dents meet in the parks. In Augs­burg, you can see and feel the city’s mag­ni­fi­cent his­tory. Once you have been here once, you will want to return again and again – because here, lear­ning is simply fun!

Nürnberg Medieval flair and modern spirit are not at all con­tra­dic­tions in Nu­rem­berg. The second lar­gest city in Ba­va­ria, offers all of the ad­van­tages of a mo­dern big city: an his­toric city cen­ter full of life with shop­ping malls, resi­dential dis­tricts and in­nu­mer­a­ble cul­tural ins­ti­tu­tions. During ram­bles through the Fran­co­ni­an metro­polis, with its im­posing Kaiser­burg and the home of the fa­mous pain­ter Albrecht Dürer, you can’t help but no­tice its great his­torical significance.

Köln The cathedral city looks back on an over 2000-year his­tory, whose traces can be seen un­mis­ta­ka­bly through­out the city: im­pos­ing edifices and, of course, churches. In Cologne, there is some­thing to dis­cover on almost every street corner. The Col­ogne cathe­dral has been the sym­bol and cen­ter of the fourth lar­gest city in Ger­many for cen­turies. This is where the main train station, the city’s la­rgest mu­se­ums, the be­gin­ning of the old city and the large sho­pping dis­trict are.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Junior Summer Courses with host family accomodation
Starting dates 2012 Aschaffenburg Augsburg Cologne Nuremberg
German courses
for juniors


12–16 years
24.06.–28.07.


14–17 years
17.06.–25.08.


14–17 years
24.06.–11.08.


14–17 years
24.06.–28.07.

Youth, who choose to take a Ger­man course with host family accommodation, have the choice, depending on location, between a standard course of 15-20 lessons per week and an intensive course up­grade. Fur­ther op­tions are our Residence Courses.
24.06.
01.07.
08.07.
15.07.
17.06.
24.06.
01.07.
08.07.
15.07.
22.07.
29.07.
05.08.
12.08.
24.06.
01.07.
08.07.
15.07.
22.07.
29.07.
24.06.
01.07.
08.07.
15.07.
4X-Reise-Special Photoblog for juniors Students' Corner
Our website
now in Italian!

German has always be­longed to the most fre­quent­ly taught for­eign lan­guages in Italy. But in the last few years, the num­ber of Ital­ian par­tic­i­pants at all did deutsch-ins­ti­tut lo­ca­tions has been steadi­ly clim­bing. We are very happy about this and with this in mind, we would like to make it easier for inter­es­ted par­ties from Italy to de­cide to take our cour­ses and pro­grams in the fu­ture. There­fore, be­gin­ning imme­di­ately, all in­for­ma­tion about our cour­ses and pro­grams can be found on our web­site in Ital­ian.
Photoblog for
Juniors

In addition to the lan­guage, you will learn about Ger­many and its cul­ture in our Ger­man cour­ses. The new im­pres­sions you would like to share with every­one back home are some­times dif­ficult to put into words – that’s why we have a Photoblog for Juniors. Here, there is a place for pic­tures of ex­cur­sions and ac­tiv­i­ties from our young par­tic­i­pants. This way, every­one from home can fol­low along with what they are ex­pe­ri­encing here. Our Photoblog for Adults shows pic­tures from our year-round ins­ti­tu­tes for adults.
Students' Corner
Why Munich?

Niño from Columbia: „It was a wonderful time, in which I got to know fan­tas­tic, nice people, with whom I had a lot of fun and learned a lot of Ger­man. I am very sa­tis­fied with the school, my tea­chers, my host mother, my fel­low stu­dents, the city and the cul­ture. I liked the op­por­tu­ni­ty to ride my bi­cy­cle. The best ex­per­ience dur­ing my time here was pic­nick­ing in the spring with the other stu­dents in the Eng­lish Gar­den after class, play­ing gui­tar and prac­tic­ing our Ger­man to­gether in or­der to im­prove.” 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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