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Duesseldorf

Intensive courses in July in the city of Duesseldorf

Intensive German courses in Duesseldorf
Group leisure activities in our course center in Duesseldorf

Cultural metropolis on the Rhine

With a population of some 600,000 inhabitants, Düsseldorf is seen as one of Germany's most interesting and popular major cities. Enjoy a stroll along the banks of the Rhine at the Rheinuferpromenade which links the traditional historic city center with the contemporary media harbor.


Exceptional quality of living

Not only its inhabitants are very fond of their city, which was bestowed with the second highest place in a ranking of the quality of living of Germany's largest cities, people from all over the world are delighted with Duesseldorf. The city on the Rhine is famous for the joie de vivre of its residents, and it has an almost Mediterranean flair, particularly in the summer. Then, the "Kö," the bustling shopping street, is a wonderful place to take in the sights.

Modern youth hostel

Our hostel is located on the banks of the river Rhine, adjacent the city center. Most sights and attractions can be reached by foot easily.


Classrooms and accommodation in the same building

Our classes will be held in the attractive and bright seminar rooms of the hostel, which are all equipped with up-to-date technology. As our students are accommodated in the very same building where they have their classes, they can conveniently walk there from their rooms without having to leave the premises.

Intensive course for teenagers (2 weeks)

From 890.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 14
Maximum age: 18
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to B1 (intermediate 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017, 17 Jul 2017

Intensive course for beginners (2 weeks)

From 890.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 14
Maximum age: 18
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to B1 (intermediate 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017

Intensive course for teenagers (4 weeks)

From 890.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 14
Maximum age: 18
Students max per class (ca.): 10
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to B1 (intermediate 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017

Intensive course for beginners (4 weeks)

From 890.00 EUR / week
Minimum age: 14
Maximum age: 18
Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week
Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to B1 (intermediate 1)
Start date(s): 3 Jul 2017

Modern hostel with comfortable twin rooms

Our students live in the Duesseldorf City Hostel in the same building where their classes are held. The hostel is just a few years old and sets a very high standard. Our students stay exclusively in comfortable, modern double rooms, which all have shower and bathroom facilities. When choosing roommates we are very careful to select people of similar age and German knowledge, yet different native language, to encourage them to practice their German with each other. Male and female students live on different floors or wings of the residence.


Within walking distance to the oldtown

Due to its location on the banks of the Rhine, yet still in the very center of the city, within easy walking distance from the old town, the City Hostel is the perfect place to begin exploring Duesseldorf and its many sights.


Full board

We provide full board for our teenagers, which includes three main meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) a day. All meals are served buffet style in the very friendly dining hall.


Laundry

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

Duesseldorf's great variety of leisure facilities

Duesseldorf offers a vast variety of leisure activities, theaters, museums and sights, most of which can easily be reached on foot from our school.


Daily program for time after class and weekends

Our staff will organize a daily program of sports, games and/or cultural events for the time after class; this service is already included in the course fee. Our counselors will encourage all students to participate, while guaranteeing reliable round-the-clock supervision seven days a week. They will also take our teenagers on full-day excursions every Saturday; these may include a trip by boat on the Rhine, a visit to Bonn, the former capital of Germany, or to the cities of Cologne and Aachen. They will also arrange half-day trips every Wednesday afternoon, either to sights in and around the city, or to little towns close by.


A perfect location

Due to its wonderful central location within walking distance of all major downtown sights, the City Hostel is not only the perfect starting point for those who want to explore and discover Duesseldorf, it is also a great and quiet place to relax after a strenuous afternoon in town.


Sample leisure activities and facilities:


  • Barbecues
  • Basketball
  • Billiard
  • Board games
  • Football table
  • Internet
  • Museum visits
  • Party room
  • Ping-pong
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Volleyball
  • and many more activities or visits to typical Duesseldorf sights

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. Possible destinations are:


  • Cologne

The city on the Rhine with the world famous cathedral and Duesseldorf share an amiable rivalry. They are similar not only by location on the river Rhine but also share the tradition of the carnival and its parades. Cologne is the media capital of Germany and as a result also an important economical and cultural city.


  • Aachen

The city is famous for its mineral springs and was historically the capital of the vast Frankish Empire of Charlemagne. The stunning cathedral incorporates Charlemagne’s original palace chapel and became Germany’s first Unesco World Heritage Site. Aachen shares borders with the Netherlands and Belgium, which gives the city its distinctly international feel.


  • Bonn

The ‘temporary’ German capital from 1949 until 1991 has been able to maintain the cosmopolitan charm of its political heyday, as well as the friendly, relaxed atmosphere it has always been famous for. It is the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven and offers a lot for its visitors – not only its lovely riverside setting on the Rhine.


  • Trier

The city was founded by the Romans in 15 B.C. and is home to an outstanding assortment of monuments from that time. It was also an important city in the 13th century and features some architectural gems from the Middle Ages as well. Its proximity to France and Luxembourg accounts for its international spirit.


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 Duesseldorf 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 Duesseldorf 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 only airport from and to which transfers can be arranged is Duesseldorf. Fees will be doubled for transfers on other days than the official days of arrival and departure.



Duesseldorf airport

(per person and route) 25,00 EUR

School Detail

Minimum age : 14
Maximum age : 18
Number of students per class (approx.) : 8
Levels : A1 to B1
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