GERMAN COURSES ABROAD

German courses abroad

Study German abroad to communicate with the people who speak it. This includes both the people you meet when traveling as well as people in your own community. Knowledge of German is simply a must if Americans want to compete in the emerging Eastern European market.

Three out of every four citizens of our town have German heritage. One out of every four Americans nationwide has German heritage. German-Americans are the largest ethnic group in America today. They have made innumerable contributions to our country. The United States government sponsors exchange programs with Germany. One of those is the German American Partnership Program.

Germans are the most travelled people in the world. You will find German tourists everywhere. In the USA, they will especially be at the top tourist spots like Florida, New York, and California. Many American tourists go to German speaking countries, which are some of the most beautiful countries in the world. Plus, German is widely spoken throughout Europe.

German is a second language for many countries across Eastern Europe. Those planning to travel in Romania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia or Kazakhstan may find it useful to learn German to communicate in those regions. However, for a more intensive course, travelers could learn German in Berlin or another part of Germany.


German in Germany

German in Frankfurt

German in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is beautifully situated between the river Main and the Taunus mountains. The biggest city of Hessen offers a range of historical sites and buildings with a gorgeous architecture.
German in Berlin

German in Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany and one of the most fascinating cities of Europe because of its history and culture. Berlin was the host of the 2006 FIFA World Cup Final.
German in Munich

German in Munich

Munich is the Capital of Bavaria, it is located on the River Isar and lies near the foot of the German Alps. Its religious roots, culture, architecture and botanical gardens.


German in Austria

German in Vienna

German in Vienna

Vienna - by many considered to be the cultural capital of Europe - is a modern metropolis with unique atmosphere and considerable charm. It provides excellent infrastructure, is clean and safe.

Most first-time visitors spend the majority of their time in Vienna's central district, the Innere Stadt . Retaining much of its labyrinthine street layout, it's the city's main commercial district, packed with shops, cafés and restaurants.


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