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did deutsch-institut newsletter 09|13
Street-Art Brazil | Frankfurt Book Fair | Early Bird Special | Students' Corner
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The years to come will soon be known as the “Brazili­an Years”. With the World Cup tak­ing place in 2014 and the Olympic Games in 2016 in Rio, Brazil isn’t just catch­ing the at­ten­tion of sports fans these days. The largest coun­try in South Amer­ica is “in vogue” in many ways and is find­ing it­self the cen­ter of world­wide at­ten­tion – as an in­dus­tri­al and busi­ness cen­ter, a va­ca­tion des­tin­a­tion and a na­tion of cul­ture.

Street-Art Brazil Those who would like to ex­per­i­ence more of the vi­brant Brazili­an art scene need not travel to the oth­er end of the world. This Oc­to­ber, Frank­furt is of­fer­ing an art ex­per­i­ence of a spe­cial kind - Street-Art Brazil: over­sized mur­als ap­pear­ing on bank towers, bridge pylons and churches make Brazili­an street art ac­cess­ible throughout the en­tire city.

On the oc­ca­sion of the World Cup host coun­try’s ap­pear­ance at the 2013 Frank­furt Book Fair, the Kun­sthalle Schirn (art gal­lery) presents the di­versity of Brazili­an graf­fiti art for the first time in Ger­many. This art form has come to sig­ni­fy São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro just as much as traffic jams and hustle-bustle. Dis­cov­er­ing the massive art­works is a spe­cial ex­per­i­ence.

In­terest in the “oth­er” cul­ture is not uni­direc­tion­al in this case. The num­ber of Brazili­an stu­dents learn­ing Ger­man at our in­sti­tutes has ris­en stead­ily in re­cent years. As much as it pleases our do­cents at the did deutsch-in­sti­tut Frank­furt to lead tours of the Street-Art Brazil pro­ject, it pleases our lan­guage stu­dents from Brazil even more to be able to present the street art of their home coun­try.

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Street-Art Brazil
Prices 2014 Discover Augsburg Students’ Corner
Frankfurt Book
Fair 2013


Even at the Frank­furt Book Fair, everything is centered on Brazil this year. As guest of honour, the South Amer­ic­an coun­try is present­ing the rich­ness, vari­ety and vi­brancy of the Brazili­an art and cul­ture in­dustry. Those who are plan­ning to learn Ger­man at the did deutsch-in­sti­tut Frank­furt between the dates of Oc­to­ber 9-13 ab­so­lutely must not miss the largest ex­hib­i­tion of the in­ter­na­tion­al book in­dustry in the world. For every vis­it­or, but es­pe­cially for book­worms, the Frank­furt Book Fair is an ex­per­i­ence of a life­time!
50 Euro discount on group courses

Do you have plans to learn Ger­man next year? Would you like to come to Ger­many for a lan­guage course? Then plan your trip right away today and save some sig­ni­fic­ant money! If you book a re­ser­va­tion be­fore October 31, 2013, you will re­ceive a 50 Euro dis­count on a Stand­ard, In­tens­ive or Premi­um Course. Just make sure the course be­gins some­time between Janu­ary 6, 2014 and March 31, 2014 and lasts a min­im­um of four weeks. Be an Early Bird and book your course today! Read more
Students’ Corner:
Why Berlin


Mar­ciano from Brazil: “I come from Ita­pir­anga, a small city in Brazil where many Ger­man Brazili­ans live. As a child, I spoke only Ger­man with my fam­ily and it wasn’t un­til I first went to school that I learned Por­tuguese. For five semesters, I’ve been study­ing veter­in­ary medi­cine in Brazil. Now I’ve re­ceived a schol­ar­ship and will study at a uni­versity in Ger­many for two semesters when I’m fin­ished with my Ger­man course at did deutsch-in­sti­tut Ber­lin. I’m really look­ing for­ward to it.” 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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