As a language school participant you have many possibilities in a variety of language schools: you can take private lessons as well as group lessons. There are also courses for companies, depending on what the needs are.
There are also big differences in the duration of the language courses: there are permanent language courses, intensive language courses and also weekend language courses.
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Language trips are also very popular, during which you take part in a language course as a language school participant in Germany. The language school often organizes your stay, including lessons and leisure activities, so that you can use your new German skills directly in suitable situations with locals.
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Many language schools and institutes also offer a combination of internship and language travel.
You can also organize your language trip individually and thereby look forward to even more intense encounters with native speakers.
There are many different reasons for taking part in a language course. The different courses offered by the language schools are just as varied. Contrary to its name, a language course is a good way for everyone to learn a new language intensively, focussed and frustration-free or to refresh it.
Maybe you are about to study and would like to get to know a new country and its language, maybe you would like to use a summer course to get to know Germany and the German language.
Perhaps you need a certain language level for your semester abroad in Germany or your job. This is often classified according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages CEFR and many language schools prepare you for appropriate exams and assess your language level in advance.
This is now also possible online. No matter what the reason for taking part in a language course, you will find the right language school for you in Germany among the plethora of possibilities.
The Goethe-Institut also offers language courses in Germany in which you can learn German.
The Goethe-Institut and many other language institutes are publicly funded so that the language courses are inexpensive and well structured as well as designed according to the respective language levels of the students.
The proficiency levels are classified according to CEFR guidelines, i.e. from A1 for beginners to C2 for specialists. The certificates are standardized. There are countless language tests for the German language, including the TestDaF, DSH and the Goethe-Institut B1 certificate. More about the language tests of the German language
When you come to Germany as a language course participant, you are often only here for a short period of time. This is why your health insurance should be comprehensive, which means that it should be flexible, not too expensive and fully insure you.
an affordable international health insurance plan for for language school participants: Die Care College, which can be taken out for as little as 28 euro per month.