Deutsch-Sommerkurse für Jugendliche in München
 

Learn German and explore Munich!

Munich is world-famous for its Oktoberfest, but the city has so much more to offer: Great museums like the Deutsches Museum, the Bavaria Film Studios, BMW Welt and museum and the Allianz Arena soccer stadium have contributed as much to the unique fame of this beautiful historic Weltstadt mit Herz (charming metropolis) as the bustle of its main square, the Marienplatz.

Young people enjoy the abundant repertoire of events, concerts, shopping opportunities and sports facilities that Munich has to offer. Nonetheless, the parents of our young students should not worry about sending their children to this big city. Munich was able to preserve its charm from the days when it was a small Bavarian town, and is considered Germany’s safest metropolis. Learn more about our German language summer program in Munich!

German summer courses for teenagers in Munich

Our German courses in Munich are held in the Don Bosco youth hostel near the city center. The school’s wonderful location very close to downtown, yet in a very quiet neighborhood and surrounded by its fantastic sports and recreational facilities, make it the perfect place for students who wish to study in a big city, yet prefer the tranquility and convenience of a residential campus.
The lessons are held in friendly, well-equipped classrooms on the very same premises where our students are housed.

Age group

15-18

Course types

Intensive courses

German levels

Beginners to advanced learners

Class size

Ø11

Accommodation types

In residence

Course dates

In summer

Accommodation

The rooms of the dormitories are bright and cheerful and most have two beds, although some of them also have three to four beds. Showers and toilets (shared) are available in sufficient numbers on all floors. Wi-Fi access is available.

We carefully choose the students who will share a room with each other. We take care to match roommates who have a comparable German language level and are of similar age, yet speak different native languages. This way we encourage them to speak and practice German with each other outside of the classroom. Boys and girls are housed separately.

Our students receive three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) as well as a snack daily.

Laundry service is offered to all students free of charge once a week for their personal laundry. Sheets and linen will be provided and changed regularly. We ask you to bring your own towels for daily use.

It was my seventh stay at the Humboldt-Institut and each time it was great.
Maria, age 16

German summer courses & fees

In Munich, the Humboldt-Institut offers German courses for teenagers during the summer. Every week from Monday to Friday, 30 lessons are taught in small classes. The lessons and the learning content are specially adapted to the age group of teenagers. Through varied forms of learning and a high proportion of speaking, our teachers motivate all students to actively participate in the lessons.

The summer courses in Munich are offered as a complete package including accommodation, full board, daily leisure activities and excursions.

Intensive course 30

30 lessons/week
3 or 6 weeks · incl. accommodation and board
1.065 €/week

Tuition: Monday – Friday


All starting dates:

Juli 10, Juli 31

Starting dates for total beginners:

Juli 10


All starting dates:

Starting dates for total beginners:

What is included?

All courses include all lessons, course materials, housing accommodations, full board, 24-hour supervision, daily activity program, weekly excursions (including entrance fees), laundry service and a certificate.

What is my level of German? With our online placement test, you can determine your German level before the course. However, the online test does not replace the on-site placement test.

Good to know

Leisure time

Munich offers a multitude of leisure opportunities, which our counselors will include in the daily program. The old part of the city is the busiest spot, while oases of peace like the English Garden or the common greens along the Isar River offer inviting locations for private outings in the sun.

The Don Bosco youth hostel is designed especially for the needs of young people. There are ample indoor and outdoor athletic facilities, a large indoor swimming pool, as well as a big lounge.

Activity program

Every day we offer an attractive and varied activity program with sports, games or cultural events for the leisure time after class. Our staff will encourage and motivate students to participate in the activities. This leisure program is included in the tuition fees.

The following leisure activities are offered:

Basketball, Billiards, Fitness room, Football, Galleries and museums, Bowling, Party room, Swimming (indoor pool), Sports field and hall, Table football, Table tennis, Volleyball
 

Excursions

Every Saturday, our staff members organize and accompany full-day excursions to attractive destinations. Every Wednesday, our students will have half-day excursions to sights and interesting towns within the region. The excursions and the entrance fees are already included in the course fee. Some of our offers include:

Supervision

We guarantee reliable around-the-clock supervision, both during the excursions as well as throughout the whole course. All students are expected to attend all classes, meals and scheduled activities and excursions.

Arrival and departure

Our day of arrival is the Sunday before the course starts and the departure day is the Saturday after the end of the course.

St.-Wolfgangs-Platz 11
81669 München
info@humboldt-institut.org

Arrival by car

Please refer to the map and address for orientation.

Railway station

We will pick up our students from the München Hauptbahnhof railway station free of charge.

Airport transfer

We can arrange a transfer service for a fee of €35 from or to Munich Airport (MUC).

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Munich!

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