DID Deutsch Institut in Wiesbaden is the choice of students who want to learn German in a truly intercultural environment. The city is called "German Monte Carlo". Here on the streets you can often hear English, French speech. But in Wiesbaden, nevertheless, carefully preserve national traditions. In this city with a vivid character, a real cosmopolitan, you can immerse in German cultural environment, communicate with native speakers.
DID Summer School attracts students with high-quality educational services and convenient location. It is located in the center of the city, within walking distance from it there are many shops, restaurants, cafes, cultural centers. The area has everything you need to organize interesting leisure.
Short information. A two-week general German program with an emphasis on speaking and listening to the language.
About the course. Vacation courses in the Wiesbaden school are presented in two versions. The standard program provides a 20-hour weekly academic load. The semi-intensive course includes 4 additional lessons. In the lessons, special attention is paid to speaking. Also, students develop general language skills while studying grammar, vocabulary, phonetics, writing assignments.
Students age: 14 to 17 years.
Start date: 21.06 - 22.08.
Requirements for admission: German is not lower than A1.
The result of the training: improvement of German, the practice of communication in the intercultural environment, familiarity with the sights of the "German Monte Carlo."
Class size: up to 15 people.
Lesson duration: 45 minutes.
[ 999.34] Price: from € 1215 for 2 weeks.
Students are offered accommodation in host families in double rooms. Single rooms are available at an additional cost.
Summer courses in Wiesbaden provide full board meals. Supper and breakfast students in families. For lunch, each of them is provided with a packed lunch.
Tuition with accommodation for two weeks- 950 € (additional week - +475 €)
Additional night - +75 € (room for one person For one week - + 75 €)
Extra-curricular program of the school is represented by entertaining, sports, cognitive activities. Students are invited to thematic evenings, competitions, shows, relay races, discos. For active recreation it is possible to participate in team games. Also, sportsmen are offered archery, bowling, billiards, table tennis. Excursions allow students to visit the ancient castles of the city and its surroundings, art galleries and museums, get acquainted with the sights of Cologne, Limburg, Frankfurt and other interesting places of the country.
Every day from 9:00, students attend 4-5 German lessons (depending on the program). Afternoon is reserved for leisure.
School building includes auditoriums, methodical and information centers, a computer class, a cozy lounge area for rest in between sessions. Also, students have access to infrastructure facilities of partner organizations (sports complexes, swimming pools, leisure centers, etc.).
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