Berlin Possessing intercultural competence and job-related foreign language skills is a clear advantage in the globalized job market. This course is aimed at (prospective) students and employees in business and administration who are already proficient in German (level B2 or higher). The program covers basic business activities such as telephone calls with clients, business correspondence, presentations and negotiations, and also addresses the fundamentals of corporate organizational and management principles. Classroom work is complemented by excursions that offer a practical glimpse at everyday professions life in German companies.
At the University of Applied Sciences:
25 lessons per week
Approx. 5 - 10 students per class
Required level of German: B2
Date August 3 - August 30, 2014 (4 weeks)
Fee 2014 € 1.520,- (4 weeks, included are: lessons, books, accommodation, leisure program and weekly excursions (except for entrance fees), a monthly ticket for public transportation in Berlin, course certificate)
On the cutting edge
If you think of Germany, immediately Berlin comes to your mind! In the German capital sights and monuments abound and a stroll through the center of Berlin is like a journey through German history: Memorial Church, Potsdam Square, Victory Column, the Parliament, Alexander Square, Berlin Cathedral, Humboldt University: On either side, east and west, of the Brandenburg Gate visitors of this cultural metropolis automatically get immersed into Germany’s largest and liveliest city. Berlin with its multi-cultural, trendy and beautiful districts (e. g. Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg, Koepenick) is diverse and colorful – and the participants of our German courses are right in the middle of it and make the city even more international and attractive!
A perfect place to learn the German language Berlin is probably the most cosmopolitan and international of all German cities, and it is certainly a perfect place for our young course participants from all over the world to not only learn the language here, but also find out more about German history, politics and culture, while at the same time enjoying all the many great opportunities this amazing city has to offer: music events, movie theaters, museums, sightseeing, shopping, sports, bars, beer gardens and discos.
Last updated April 4, 2016