Where should I study if I want to learn German in Germany?


I am American but my grandparents came from Germany so I want to study German in Germany. Do you have any suggestions of where I should study?

Asked by: Tom, 4 months ago


Thanks for your question! The quickest way to learn a language is to study it at a language school in the country where it is spoken. You will study German 4-6 hours per day on weekdays with native teachers, and after school you can experience Germany and practise your language skills in real life.

In Germany we would particularly recommend the following schools:

  • Alpadia and Eurocentres in the German capital Berlin. A historic city with good prices and a lot to see.
  • Collegium Palatinum in Heidelberg. A beautiful student city in a lush valley in the middle of Germany.

Answered by: Johan from DreamStudiesAbroad.com, 2018-12-27 04:17:57 This is an accepted answer.

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