Why learn German?

The German language is the language of music, of arts and culture in general. It is the language of Ludwig van Beethoven, Albert Einstein, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Sebastian Bach. Germany is well-known for its universities, in case someone wants to begin or continue their studies in Economics, Medicine, Telecommunications, Engineering, Arts and Music. A good command of German is also important for those who want to experience the Erasmus programs in a German university or to apply for a job position in the German job market.

G1 (for 10-11 year-old children)

The G1 Study Programme can be attended by young students who haven’t necessarily attended the Spielschule class. This programme provides the students with the ability to grasp the gist of simple texts, to describe themselves in detail both in oral and written form, to describe simple events and generally, to use simple oral and written language structures. This class leads to the A1 level (Fit in Deutsch 1) of the Common European Framework of Reference.

G2 (for 11-12 year-old children)

In this Study Programme, the students cultivate and acquire all the basic skills in oral expression, listening comprehension, reading and written expression. This class leads to the A2 level (Fit in Deutsch 2) of the Common European Framework of Reference.

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