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did deutsch-institut newsletter 05|13
University Summer Courses | Activities | Skyscraper Festival | STM in Munich | Students’ Corner
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Summer is here! For those who would like to use vacation time for study­ing and ca­reer plan­ning, our Uni­ver­sity Sum­mer Cour­ses are ex­act­ly right. Our Ger­man tea­chers to­get­her with lec­tur­ers from the In­ter­natio­nal School of Mana­ge­ment (ISM) actually devel­oped the con­cept and tail­ored it es­pecially for the needs and require­ments of inter­natio­nal stu­dents study­ing in Ger­many.

HSK 2013 The German courses are complemented with seminars and workshops that cover soci­etal, cul­tur­al and eco­no­mic­ally relevant to­pics. The topics are also cor­res­ponding to the selec­ted course lo­ca­tion. You can choose your course lo­ca­tion at the time of book­ing: Will it be Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg or Munich?

The program takes place in all course lo­ca­tions both in July and Au­gust and lasts four weeks. It con­sists of 20 Ger­man lessons per week, as well as four weekly ex­pert se­mi­nars and/or work­shop les­sons, in which stu­dents dev­el­op a major writ­ten pro­ject. Par­tic­i­pants can receive 6 valu­able ECTS Cre­dit Points per course.

Rounded out by an extensive free time program, the Uni­ver­sity Sum­mer Cour­ses make it pos­si­ble to get to know Ger­many hol­is­tic­ally through their well-balanced com­bi­nation of lang­uage cour­se, semi­nars, work­shops and cul­ture. Civil­i­za­tion and cul­tural theory become tangible, new­found Ge­rman know­ledge is practically tested.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Activity program for adults
Skyscraper Festival STM reporter in Munich Students’ Corner
Frankfurt reaches
for the stars

On the 25th and 26th of May, Frank­furt wants to reach up high once again: Af­ter a six year hia­tus, Eu­rope’s tal­lest and most beau­ti­ful sky­line will once again be cel­e­brat­ed. At the Sky­scra­per Fes­ti­val there are awe­some attrac­tions both on and bet­ween Frank­furt’s sky­scr­apers – live music, thea­ter and breath­tak­ing stunts. Here you can see pic­tures of the last Sky­scra­per Fes­ti­val in or­der to get an idea of what awaits this year’s vis­i­tors. Those who re­serve a ticket ear­ly can even climb the sky­scra­pers. More in­for­ma­tion around the festival and pho­tos can be found here.
in Munich

At the Study Tra­vel Ma­ga­zine (STM) Star Award Cere­mony 2012 in Lon­don, did deutsch-ins­ti­tut was cho­sen as the best Ger­man lan­guage school for the fifth time and was at the same time induc­ted into the STM Su­per Star Hall of Fame. By way of thanks, did deutsch-ins­ti­tut gave all the guests a gift cer­tif­i­cate for a two-week Ger­man course. Claire Twy­man, edi­tor­ial as­sis­tant for the Eng­lish Stu­dy Tra­vel Ma­ga­zine, took this in­vi­ta­tion seri­ous­ly, and tells of her ex­per­i­en­ce of two weeks Ger­man course at did deutsch-ins­ti­tut Mun­ich and her new­ly formed im­pres­sions.
Students’ Corner
Why Munich?

Marta from Slovenia: “did deutsch-institut offers an in­ten­sive course with flex­i­bil­ity in the course ma­ter­i­als. This is why I de­cided to choose this school. I have known Mun­ich for many years, be­cause it is not far from my home – it is a really won­der­ful city! I love that there is al­ways some­thing go­ing on here. Of course, you have to try a Grill­hax’n and Kar­tof­fel­knö­del (grilled joint and po­ta­to dump­ling) – I think it is typi­cal for Ger­many, to have meat for every meal. It was cool to ride with stu­dents of the uni­ver­si­ty rid­ing school through the Eng­lish Garden.” Read more
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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