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FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 | Summer Courses | Open Air Cinemas | Students' Corner
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The time has come! After 2006, the World Cup returns once again to Germany in the summer of 2011. But this year the women will be taking the field in­stead of the men. Our course par­ti­ci­pants can ex­per­i­ence all the ex­cite­ment here, when the world’s 16 best teams battle for the hotly con­tes­ted tro­phies in the sta­di­ums of Germany. Com­pe­ti­tions be­tween coun­tries will be taking place in three of our course lo­ca­tions, and these cities are offering a host of attrac­tions for fans in their pub­lic view­ing areas. Come see for your­self:

Discover Berlin! It all starts in Berlin on the 26th of June! The whistle will blow for the opening game in the Olympic Stadium – the Ger­man women will be lining up against Canada. Outside the stadium along the Fan Mile you can follow the game and soak in the atmosphere during public viewing, or watch the games in the many bars and beer gardens in the city, while at the same time practicing your newly acquired German skills.

Discover Augsburg!
The first game in Augsburg is on the 29th of June, with three other scheduled FIFA games to follow. And long before the soc­cer women kick off in the stadium here, final prep­a­ra­tions are being made at fever pitch along the Fan Mile. Come cel­e­brate with us! As a popular tourist destination, the old city of Augsburg offers beau­ti­ful churches well worth seeing and gov­ern­ment buil­dings from the 16th cen­tury. Visit Augs­burg, a typ­i­cal Bavarian city!
Discover Frankfurt!
On June 25th, the night before the opening game, Frank­furt welcomes the world with Ballzauber am Main, a multi­media show with live per­for­man­ces, vi­deo, lights, music and pyro­tech­nic ef­fects. Watch the games, all being broadcast live on two giant floating screens on the Main river. Get caught up in the ex­cite­ment, and be there in person in the Com­merz­bank Arena on the 17th of July when the finalists play for the cup!

Germany is looking forward with great anticipation to the biggest sporting event of the year, and if you participate in one of our courses this summer, even far away from the stadiums and competition venues themselves, you will be able to experience the celebratory mood and joyful excitement!

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Women's World Cup 2011
Summer Courses Open air cinemas Students' Corner
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You would like to get to know the Berlin sites by day and by night? And even so, be able to suc­cess­fully study Ger­man the next day res­ted and re­laxed? In our Berlin Summer Academy you will be able to do just that. Or do you pre­fer a more ac­a­dem­ic pro­gram? Then per­haps you would be in­ter­est­ed in our University Sum­mer Cour­ses, which are avail­able to you at four dif­fer­ent lo­ca­tions. Sum­mer is just around the cor­ner. It’s time to think about boo­king your course and a rea­son­ably priced flight to Ger­many. Se­cure your spot now for a place in July and Au­gust – We are look­ing for­ward to see­ing you!
Open Air Cinemas

Summer is coming to Ger­ma­ny and with it, the fas­ci­na­tion with being in the great out-of-doors. Wheth­er it be racy ac­tion films, wit­ty come­dies or ro­man­tic love sto­ries – there is some­thing for every film fan at each of our lo­ca­tions. Cur­rent film sen­sa­tions will be shown outside in the court­yard of Ber­lin’s Schloss Char­lot­ten­burg. The open-air cin­e­ma at Frank­furt’s Bren­ta­no­bad in­vites you to a pic­nic and a movie. The Stern­schan­zen­park in Ham­burg has a high­light on the pro­gram every day. And from the middle of July on, you can won­der at the stars from the his­tor­ic Kö­nigs­platz or the Olym­pia­see in Munich.
Students' Corner
Why Berlin?

Nila from the French-speak­ing section of Switzerland: “What I find the best, is that you can meet people from all over the world at the school! There is so much to do, and even af­ter eight weeks I haven’t seen ev­ery­thing. Ber­lin is a re­al­ly big city and every­thing in my home­town is very small. I re­al­ly like the café Maria at the Ost­bahn­hof, or the Café am Hacke­schen Markt. I of­ten sit there af­ter class in a lounge chair along the Spree river. For shop­ping, I like to go to the many second-hand shops – they sell clothes by the kilo! And by all means, you have to eat Curry­wurst!” Read more
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