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Berlin Center

Intensive courses in July and August in the capital of Germany

Intensive German language courses for teenagers in Berlin
A group of teenagers enjoying leisure time in Berlin

Historic city of Berlin

With its over 3 million inhabitants, the cosmopolitan city of Berlin is a fantastic program site, and not just for adults - it also offers much for teens, with the Brandenburg Gate, the remains of the Berlin Wall, and the world-famous Reichstag all serving as witnesses to Germany’s history.


Wide range of leisure facilities

Program participants can enjoy the flair of the capital with a boat ride on the Spree, a visit to the Berlin Zoo, home to the greatest variety of species of any zoo on earth, or by simply and leisurely taking a stroll through the city.


A city of superlatives

The fascinating blend of cultures, the wealth of museums, some of the world’s most modern architecture and outstanding cultural events all justify Berlin’s reputation as a metropolis of superlatives and guarantee an unforgettable summer for program participants.

Youth Hostel in the city center

We will be guest at the Youth Guest House Berlin (“Jugendgaestehaus Berlin”) right in the very center of the city. The modern building is located directly behind the new main train station “Hauptbahnhof”, yet set in a green oasis, on a small and quiet side street, away from the hustle and noise of the city.


Classrooms and accommodation in the same building

The Guest House is pleasantly colorful and offers high-quality rooms. Our classes will be held in the very same building where the students are accommodated, in modern, bright, up-to-date classrooms.


All famous sights easy to reach

All the famous sights of Berlin are located within easy reach of the guest house, such as the Government district, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg gate (symbol of the reunification of the two Germanies) and the Spree River, but also the hidden treasures of the city, its boutiques, flee markets, museums, sidewalk cafes and typical Berlin boroughs.

Intensive course for teenagers (3 weeks)

From 920.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 15
Maximum age: 18
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to C1 (advanced 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017, 24 Jul 2017

Intensive course for teenagers (6 weeks)

From 920.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 15
Maximum age: 18
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to C1 (advanced 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017

Intensive course for beginners (3 weeks)

From 920.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 15
Maximum age: 18
Students max per class: 10 (10 avg)
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to C1 (advanced 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017

Intensive course for beginners (6 weeks)

From 920.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 15
Maximum age: 18
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to C1 (advanced 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017

A central, but quiet place

Our students live in the Youth Guest House in Berlin. Due to its central, yet quiet location it is the perfect place to spend a summer.


Twin or Four-bed rooms

All rooms are very high quality, bright and modern, and have shower and bathroom facilities. Either 2 or 4 students always share a room. When choosing roommates we are very careful to select people of similar age and similar German knowledge, but with different native languages, to encourage them to practice their German with each other. Male and female students live on different floors or wings of the residence.


Full board

We provide full board for our teenagers, which includes three main meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) as well as one snack per day.


Laundry

Laundry service is offered to our students free of charge once a week.

Daily program for time after class

Each day, our counselors organize a varied program with sports, games and/or cultural activities for time after class. The variety of offerings are already included in the course fee and our staff will encourage all students to participate, while guaranteeing reliable round-the-clock supervision seven days a week.


Berlin's vast array of leisure facilities

The city of Berlin, of course, provides wonderful opportunities to explore, discover and spend a fun summer: the vast array of sights and museums, and the hustle and bustle of Germany’s biggest city can be counterbalanced with quiet times on the beaches along the Spree River or in the Berlin Zoo.


Relaxing in the Guest House

The Guest House, too, offers a quiet oasis to relax after a strenuous afternoon in town, either in the common room or in the comfortably lobby and especially in the spacious garden. A computer, TV room, foosball table and table tennis are also at our students’ disposition.


Excursions on weekends

Every Saturday, we will take our course participants on full-day excursions, e.g. to Potsdam, Dresden and the famous Lake Wannsee; during the week we will also organize interesting half-day trips to sights in the area.


The following are a few examples of the daily leisure program organized by our counselors:


  • Barbecues
  • Beachball
  • Board games
  • Handicrafts
  • Movie theater*
  • Museum visits
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Theater*
  • Visit of the Reichstag
  • and many more activities and visits to typical Berlin sights

* not included in the course fee

Full-day excursions

Every Saturday, our counselors organize and accompany full-day excursions. These events and the entrance fees are included in the course fee. We offer our students a great variety of trips to interesting cities, e.g.:


  • Dresden

The famous capital of Saxony in the east of Germany, with its world renowned “Zwinger Palace” and the city’s eclectic opera house “Semperoper”, as well as the recently restored “Frauenkirche”, which had been destroyed in World War II and had been kept in ruins as a war memorial


  • Potsdam

This city is called one of the most beautiful cities of Germany, and is famous for Sanssouci Palace and Parks, the former summer residence of the Prussian King Frederick the Great, and is now the country’s greatest World Heritage Site


  • Wannsee lakes

Both lakes are located on the river Havel and are separated only by the Wannsee Bridge. They are the number-one bathing and recreation spot for Berlin, and the Strandbad Wannsee, an open-air lido, features one of the longest inland beaches in Europe.


Half-day excursions

In addition to the full-day excursions on Saturday, every Wednesday our students will be offered half-day excursions to sights within the region, or to interesting locations in Berlin itself.


Reliable supervision guaranteed

Wherever we take our course participants, we guarantee reliable supervision during the trip.

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Railway station

We will gladly pick up our students from the closest railway station free of charge. The name of that station is Berlin Main Station.


Airport transfer

If students wish to be picked up from the airport, we can arrange an airport transfer service for them for a fee. The airports from and to which transfers can be arranged are Berlin Tegel and Berlin Schönefeld. Fees will be doubled for transfers on other days than the official days of arrival and departure.



Airport transfer (Berlin Tegel)

(per person and route) 40,00 EUR

Airport transfer (Berlin Schoenefeld)

(per person and route) 40,00 EUR

School Detail

Minimum age : 15
Maximum age : 18
Levels : A1 to C1
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Brandenburg Gate
Brandenburg Gate
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Brandenburg Gate
Student in museum
Common room in Berlin-Center
Berlin at night
Stefan teaching a student
Bathroom in Berlin-Center
Brandenburg Gate
Group of students on excursion in Berlin
Two students discovering Berlin
Dining room in Berlin-Center
Teenagers during class break
Lobby in residence
Happy student
Berlin marathon
Welcome desk in Berlin-Center
Group of students in Berlin
Main entrance in Berlin-Center
Happy student
Asian student in a Berlin museum
Students playing board games in the afternoon
Terrace at Berlin-Center
Soccer game in the afternoon
Twin bedded room
2 teenagers learning German together
Students in a Berlin museum
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