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Accommodation Options | Host Family | Summer Upgrade | FIFA World Cup | Students' Corner
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You would like your language learning experience to be a complete success? Then it is important that not only the academic quality of the institution you choose is high, but that you also feel good outside of the school setting – that you feel at home in Germany. Therefore, regardless of your age group or the study location you choose, did deutsch-institut offers a wide spectrum of accommodation options. Simply choose the one that matches your own personal preferences.

Choose your favourite accommodationYou would like to make connections with a family and also improve your German outside of class? Then choose the ClassicHost Family Accommodation in a single or double room with breakfast or half-board (breakfast and evening meal)!

With the Private Room Option you live with either a host family or in a cooperative with other students where you are responsible for your own meals. You have your own private room and share the kitchen and bath with roommates.

You would prefer to live in Germany as you do at home – autonomous and independent? Those who love their freedom should choose either the Youth Hotel/Residence or Studio/­Apartment option. In our course locations in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich we offer Youth Hotels/Residences in two price categories: budget-priced and those with a higher standard. In Berlin, Munich and Heidelberg you can also choose to live in a studio or in an apartment.

Are you planning a lengthier stay in Germany? Our student officers know how and where good and reasonably priced living situations can be found and will give you tips to help in your search for the perfect accommodation. For younger participants who would like a variety of activities and an all around service package, we recommend choosing one of our Residence Courses complete with plenty of free time and sports activities and especially lively German lessons.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Why it's a good choice living in a host family... read it!
Summer Course Upgrade  FIFA World Cup 2010! Students' Corner
Make Standard
into Intensive

Now, make more out of your child’s German course! Sum­mer, 2010, course par­ti­ci­pants in the Residence Cour­ses in Berlin, Höchst and Hin­ter­see, as well as those in the family homestay courses in Augsburg have the op­por­tu­ni­ty to increase their week­ly instruction from 20 to 24 lessons. For only 50 Euros per week, you have the unique chance to transform the Stan­dard Course into an In­ten­sive Course and to dra­ma­ti­cal­ly increase the in­ten­si­ty of the German les­sons.

Public Viewing
of the World Cup

It's that time once again: Olé, Olé, Olé... the ball is rolling – this year in South Africa. On June 11 when the start­ing whistle for the Foot­ball World Cup in Jo­han­nes­burg sounds, Ger­ma­ny will also be turned up­side down. As host country in 2006, Ger­mans fondly re­mem­ber the sum­mer fairy tale and cel­e­brate this great sport­ing com­pe­ti­tion once again with public viewing events. Our free time co­or­di­na­tors in Ber­lin, Fank­furt, Hamburg and Munich will take you along.

Students' Corner
Why Munich?

Alosyius from Cameroon: „I am the recipient of a schol­ar­ship from a famous Ger­man foundation. Through the foun­da­tion I have come to did deutsch-institut in Mu­nich. I think this was a good choice be­cause Mu­nich is re­al­ly won­der­ful! You must ab­so­lute­ly make a visit to the Pinakothek der Mo­der­ne and the Allianz Arena, drink a Paul­aner beer and try a lamb chop with red cabbage and apples. Of course, I'm tak­ing home a Ba­var­ian leder­hosen as a sou­ve­nir!” Read more

Lovely Lena gewinnt für Deutschland
Eurovision Song Contest 2010
Lovely Lena wins for Germany

Lena Meyer-Landrut quickly captured the hearts of European viewers at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway. With a song entitled Satellite, the 19-year-old high school student from Hannover achieved a sensational victory and triggered a wave of elation throughout Germany. For the first time since 1982, when German singer Nicole won this Europe wide competition, Lena has brought the music event of the year back to Germany for 2011.


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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