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University Summer Courses | FIFA World Cup in Brazil | Summer Activity Program | Students' Corner
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Would you like to im­prove your Ger­man skills while at the same time ex­plor­ing the coun­try and con­tinu­ing your edu­ca­tion? Our University Summer Courses make this pos­sible, be­cause the concept be­hind these courses, which we de­veloped to­geth­er with lec­tur­ers from the In­ter­na­tion­al School of Man­age­ment (ISM), was to tail­or them es­pe­cially to the needs and re­quire­ments of in­ter­na­tion­al stu­dents.

New York Times The Ger­man lan­guage courses, which are held in the morn­ings, are sup­ple­men­ted in the af­ter­noons with sem­inars and work­shops on top­ics which are so­ci­etally, cul­tur­ally, and eco­nom­ic­ally rel­ev­ant. The top­ics vary de­pend­ing upon course loc­a­tion. When choos­ing a spe­cif­ic course loc­a­tion – Ber­lin, Frank­furt, Ham­burg or Mu­nich – you are sim­ul­tan­eously choos­ing the theme that cor­res­ponds with that loc­a­tion.

The 4-week University Summer Courses will be held in each of our four course loc­a­tions in Ju­ly and Au­gust. The pro­gram con­sists of 20 Ger­man les­sons per course per week, plus four top­ic­al sem­inars and work­shops weekly in which par­ti­cipants de­vel­op and carry out a sub­stan­tial re­search-style pro­ject. For this course­work, six valu­able ECTS Cred­it Points (European Cred­it Trans­fer Sys­tem) will be awar­ded.

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 every day.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
University Summer Courses
FIFA World Cup in Brazil Summer Activity Program Students' Corner
FIFA World Cup
in Brazil

On Ju­ne 12th the ti­me will fi­nal­ly be he­re! In the are­na in São Pau­lo the ope­ning ga­me will kick off and host coun­try Bra­zil will li­ne up against ri­val Croa­tia. The World Cup of Soc­cer in Bra­zil pro­mi­ses to be a co­lor­ful fes­ti­val in which peo­ple of the en­ti­re world be­co­me guests of a na­ti­on in­sa­ne­ly cra­zy for foot­ball. It’s true that Ger­ma­ny suf­fers from a bad ca­se of foot­ball fe­ver as well, and our lan­gua­ge stu­dents will most li­ke­ly be si­mi­lar­ly aff­lic­ted. We look for­ward to ac­com­pa­ny­ing them to the best pu­blic view­ing are­as availa­ble.
Summer Activity Program

The sum­mer is the best time to at­tend a lan­guage course in Ger­many. Be­cause nat­ur­ally, in ad­di­tion to ac­quir­ing the ger­man lan­guage, a large part of at­tend­ing a lan­guage school is get­ting to know the coun­try and its people. And what bet­ter time than dur­ing the beau­ti­ful sum­mer sea­son? All of the day trips and ex­cur­sions planned for your course loc­a­tion as well as all of the sights and at­trac­tions on the sched­ule dur­ing your lan­guage course stay can be found on our Activity Pro­gram for Adults and/or Activity Pro­gram for Juniors.
Students' Corner
Why Berlin?

Ugurc­an from Tur­key: "Why I chose to come to did deutsch-in­sti­tut? Be­cause I had spent three months there pre­vi­ously and those three months were really awe­some! I really liked my time in Ber­lin and at did deutsch-in­sti­tut and I would recom­mend it to any­one. Best if you come to Ber­lin: Ber­lin is the cap­it­al city of Ger­many and cer­tainly not a bor­ing place.
My fa­vor­ite Ger­man words and phrases? "Ja, voll genau! (right)" as well as "Ja, ja, ach Quatsch! (oh non­sense)" but also: "Geh doch nach Hause! (go home)"
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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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