German Courses in Frankfurt, Germany
There is no place in the world more appropriate as a training ground for business people than Frankfurt. The metropolis on the river Main is Germany’s “money capital.” Indeed, it is one of the most important financial capitals in the world. Here you will find the Bundesbank, the important German Stock Exchange and more than 350 international banks. This is a city of superlatives: it is an important industrial trade and transport center. Hoechst and AEG are headquartered here. Frankfurt is an advertising capital and is host to the most important international trade fairs (for the automobile and book industries, among others). It is also the transportation center of the country, with the largest airport in Europe. Frankfurt offers a great and convenient location to learn German in a full immersion program.
German courses in Frankfurt at the did DEUTSCH INSTITUTE
Did Deutsch Institute is an internationally recognized German language school offering German Courses in Frankfurt as well as several additional school locations across Germany. The generously equipped did Institute is located in Sachenhausen, Frankfurt’s most appealing quarter. It is conveniently located across the street from tram and subway stations. In addition to its modern study rooms equipped with suitable media equipment, did has a self-study area fitted with computers, audio and video equipment which is available to all students free of charge. The German Language center also has a “gemütliche” cafeteria with a selection of daily and weekly German newspapers and professional journals. Internet access (fee applies), and free wireless internet access.
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did Deutsch Institute – German Courses in Frankfurt
(All programs: Please add USD 100.00 Lingua Service Worldwide Application fee. See Application Procedures.)
Age: 17 years or older. Maximum of 15 students per class. From October to June there is an average of 5 to 8 students per class. During July, August and September there is an average of 8 to 12 students per class with a maximum of 15 students per class. Method: Communicative and practical method, discussion of current events, reading of German newspapers and magazines (politics, economy and national customs). 45 minutes per lesson.
German Courses in Frankfurt – Course Options:
Standard German Course – Group 8 to 15 students per class — 20 German Language lessons per week (1 lesson = 45 minutes).
Intensive German Course – Group 8 to 15 students per class — 24 German Language lessons per week (1 lesson = 45 minutes).
Premium Super Intensive German Course – Group 8 to 15 students per class — 28 German Language lessons per week (1 lesson = 45 minutes).
Important Note: Text Books are not included in the German Courses‘ prices as they must be purchased on-site after completion of the placement test on the first day of the course. Approximate cost: USD 25 to USD 40, depending on level.
German Courses in Frankfurt – Prices 2016 and 2017:
|Course Description||Two weeks||Three weeks||Four weeks||Extra weeks||Twelve weeks|
|Standard German Course**||$470||$692||$915||$222||$2,373|
|Intensive German Course**||$569||$828||$1,088||$260||$2,818|
|Premium Super Intensive German Course**||$717||$1,063||$1,409||$346|
**July - August: High season supplement, please add USD 45 per week to prices listed above.
2016 Starting dates for all group German Courses in Frankfurt: Elementary to Advanced levels for short term courses may start any Monday. Long term courses (8 or more weeks, all levels) and Complete Beginners (all course lengths) must start on the following dates: 4 January / 7 March / 4 April / 2 May / 4 July / 1 August / 4 October / 7 November.
Holidays 2016: 25 March, 28 March, 5 May, 16 May, 26 May, 3 October. Group classes missed due to holidays are not made up. The school will be closed from 24 December 2016 through 1 January 2017.
2017 Starting dates for all group German Courses in Frankfurt: Elementary to Advanced levels for short term courses may start any Monday. Long term courses (8 or more weeks, all levels) and Complete Beginners (all course lengths) must start on the following dates: 2 January / 6 March / 3 April / 2 May* / 3 July / 7 August / 4 September / 2, 30 October. * Tuesday starting date due to an official holiday on Monday.
Holidays 2017: 14 April, 17 April, 1 May, 25 May, 5 June, 15 June, 3 October, 31 October. Group classes missed due to holidays are not made up. The school will be closed from 23 December 2017 through 1 January 2018.
did Deutsch Institute – Accommodations 2016 and 2017
Placements on host families are available and recommended for a full immersion experience. Most host families live primarily on quite neighborhoods on the outskirts of town. Public transportation with good connections to the city center is always easily available. Maximum travel time to the school is 45 minutes.
Host Family: Private room, breakfast.
Low Season: USD 253 per week.
High season (2 July – 26 August): USD 272 per week
Host Family: Private room, half board (2 meals a day).
Low Season: USD 315 per week.
High Season (2 July – 26 August): USD 334 per week
Youth Guest House (hostel) and Hotel accommodations available upon request.
did Deutsch Institute Frankfurt – Activities
In addition to their German Courses in Frankfurt, the school organizes a city tour every week. Twice a month the center arranges visits to the Stock Exchange or to a local bank or company.
Airport Transfer: from Frankfurt airport is available upon request at an additional cost of USD 93.00 each way.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Prices are subject to change due to fluctuating foreign currency rates