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Top Courses in Berlin Germany 2018

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Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.

Berlin is a region that has the status of both a city and a state. It is the capital and the largest city in Germany and home to more than 3 million residents. This is a German city that is home to renowned educational establishments of higher learning.

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One-to-one

The Language Gallery in Germany
Campus Full time Open Enrollment Germany Berlin Hannover

The One-to-One classes focus 100% on your specific needs. We can spot any areas you need to strengthen and work with you to meet your individual goals. TLG offers its one-on-one course as a stand-alone class or combined with a core English class. [+]

One-to-One

The One-to-One classes focus 100% on your specific needs. We can spot any areas you need to strengthen and work with you to meet your individual goals. TLG offers its one-on-one course as a stand-alone class or combined with a core English class.

With a One-to-One course, you’ll get a personal teacher that can focus completely on your specific needs. The topics that you will study are decided between you and your teacher to make sure that you achieve the goals you are aiming for. Whether you want to improve your overall English language skills or focus on a particular area, you can tailor the course to your own requirements.

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General English

The Language Gallery in Germany
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 25 weeks Open Enrollment Germany Berlin + 1 more

Our General English courses will develop your practical communication skills in speaking and writing as well as reading and listening and, of course, your fluency and grammatical accuracy. [+]

General English

Our General English courses will develop your practical communication skills in speaking and writing as well as reading and listening and, of course, your fluency and grammatical accuracy. Our qualified teachers will give you the individual attention you need, with regular one-to-one tutorials. You’ll have the chance to practise your spoken English through discussions and debates, role-plays and pair work.

Our placement testing will make sure you’re in the most suitable class for your level. You will also be able to track your progress in weekly assessments and individual tutorials. In addition, you can choose one or two of our electives in order to progress more quickly.... [-]


TestDaF Exam Preparation

The Language Gallery in Germany
Campus Full time 4 weeks Open Enrollment Germany Berlin Hannover + 1 more

The TestDaf exam is the standardised German language test students use to measure their proficiency in the language and facilitate admittance to German universities. For students interested in taking TestDaf, this course will equip you with the knowledge you’ll need to pass your TestDaf exam. [+]

TestDaF Exam Preparation

The TestDaf exam is the standardised German language test students use to measure their proficiency in the language and facilitate admittance to German universities. For students interested in taking TestDaf, this course will equip you with the knowledge you’ll need to pass your TestDaf exam.

You will develop your theoretical understanding and practical skills of German grammar, structure and vocabulary while learning strategies to help you succeed in the TestDaf exam.

Course Requirements

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Beginner A0 - Upper IntermediateB2 and above

DURATION

4 weeks (minimum 1 week)

MINIMUM AGE

18+ years

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German for Work

The Language Gallery in Germany
Campus Full time 1 - 10 weeks Open Enrollment Germany Berlin

Our German for Work course is ideal for individuals looking to improve their German language skills, with a focus on professional vocabulary and business topics. You will explore how to take part in meetings and discussions, use appropriate language and tone in professional emails and other business correspondences, and deal effectively with clients and customers. [+]

German for Work

Our German for Work course is ideal for individuals looking to improve their German language skills, with a focus on professional vocabulary and business topics. You will explore how to take part in meetings and discussions, use appropriate language and tone in professional emails and other business correspondences, and deal effectively with clients and customers.

This German for Work course is most suited to individuals new to business, or those that need extra help with their language skills in a professional context. CV writing and interview skills will also be covered, alongside working with numbers and data. You will learn in a practical manner, developing your skills in presentations, negotiations, meetings, and report writing.... [-]


General German

The Language Gallery in Germany
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 25 weeks Open Enrollment Germany Berlin Hannover + 2 more

Our German classes will help students to improve their skills, whether you are a beginner or at intermediate level. You will learn from teachers who are all native German speakers, offering you a real understanding of the language. The classes will focus on improving both your fluency and your confidence. [+]

General German

Our German classes will help students to improve their skills, whether you are a beginner or at intermediate level.

You will learn from teachers who are all native German speakers, offering you a real understanding of the language. The classes will focus on improving both your fluency and your confidence.

Course Requirements

Book required. (not included in the course price) will have to be purchased by the student before beginning the course:

Beginner/elementary - Begegnungen A1 Pre-intermediate - Begegnungen A2 Intermediate - Begegnungen B1 A0, A1, A2 Duration

Depends on students' desired course length. Weeks can be from 1 to 25+

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Gap Year or Semester in Germany

EF Gap Year
Campus Full time 6 - 12 months Open Enrollment Germany Berlin Munich + 1 more

Whether you study in Germany’s Bavarian capital or the capital of Germany, you will make guaranteed progress in your language skills. Spend a semester or year abroad in Germany, a major global economy, to stay competitive and boost your international career. Or soak in the country's innovative art, design, and cultural accomplishments. [+]

Whether you study in Germany’s Bavarian capital or the capital of Germany, you will make guaranteed progress in your language skills. Spend a semester or year abroad in Germany, a major global economy, to stay competitive and boost your international career. Or soak in the country's innovative art, design, and cultural accomplishments.

Join students from around the world on the ultimate study abroad experience. Achieve fluency, see the world, expand your international network - and launch your global future. Study for 6, 9 or 11 months and start in April, June, September or January. College credit and internship opportunities ensure you're always adding to your resume during the adventure of a lifetime.... [-]


Intensive German Courses in Berlin

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 52 weeks October 2018 Germany Berlin + 1 more

Our first year-round course center in the North of Germany offers a multitude of cultural experiences and encounters in the most international and history-laden city in Germany. Berlin is Germany's cultural, political and economical hub. [+]

German Courses in Berlin Our year-round course center in the capital of Germany

A city of superlatives Not only is Berlin Germany’s largest city with over 3 million residents, it is also its liveliest. With its numerous universities, colleges, and research institutes, Berlin is the country’s most important economic, cultural, and educational center. Each year, key film festivals, concerts, and theater premiers are held in the city, which is also home to such world-famous landmarks as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the illustrious shopping district along the Kurfuerstendamm. Berlin's restored splendor Since the reunification of Germany, the new and old capital of Germany has been restored to outshine even its former splendor - no small achievement considering that until the outbreak of World War II the city's splendor was world famous and unsurpassed in Europe. 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. Our latest year-round course center Our first year-round course center in the North of Germany offers a multitude of cultural experiences and encounters in the most international and history-laden... [-]


Course: German for Juniors and Teenagers in Bad Schussenried

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time 2 - 52 weeks October 2018 Germany Berlin

“Juniors” is the term for our youngest students, starting at age 7 and, in some schools, ranging up to the age of 14, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. “Teenagers” is the term for our younger students, starting at age 14 ranging up to the age of 18, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. Our school is housed in a modern building complex on the edge of a magnificant park. The city center of Bad Schussenried lies within walking distance of approx. 5 minutes. The course center is a residential school, i.e. the classrooms are located within the same building complex as the student dormitories. [+]

German for Juniors and Teenagers in Bad Schussenried Junior intensive courses year-round between Lake Constance and the Danube and Iller rivers

“Juniors” is the term for our youngest students, starting at age 7 and, in some schools, ranging up to the age of 14, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. Idyllic health resort in the south of Germany The historic monastery town Bad Schussenried is nestled in the beautiful, idyllic hill country between Lake Constance and the Danube and Iller rivers. Known as much for its spas, therapeutic peat pulp baths and the natural beauty of its surroundings as it is for its cultural monuments, this attractive resort in the heart of the Upper Swabian region is an ideal starting point for a wide variety of excursions. Residential school on the edge of a magnificent park Our school is housed in a modern building complex on the edge of a magnificant park. The city center of Bad Schussenried lies within walking distance of approx. 5 minutes. The course center is a residential school, i.e. the classrooms are located within the same building complex as the student dormitories. Modern school facilities Providing space where up to 300 students from all over the world can live and study makes Bad Schussenried Germany's largest boarding school for studying German as a foreign language. The school's rooms meet the highest standards, as does its incredible infrastructure:... [-]


Course: German for Teenagers in Lindenberg

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time 2 - 52 weeks October 2018 Germany Berlin

The Humboldt-Institut in Lindenberg is located on the edge of the town on a little hill with gorgeous views of the mountains. The course center is a residential school, i.e., the classrooms are within the same building complex as the student dormitories. It lies amidst a beautiful park and next to a small forest, both of which belong to the school premises of the Humboldt-Institut. The center of Lindenberg is within easy walking distance (less than 10 minutes). [+]

German for Teenagers in Lindenberg Intensive German courses year-round in the picturesque foothills of the Alps

Residential school on the edge of Lindenberg Our school is located on the edge of Lindenberg on a little hill with gorgeous views of the mountains and the town, which is within easy walking distance (less than 10 minutes). The course center is a residential school, i.e., the classrooms are within the same building complex as the student dormitories. It lies amidst a beautiful park and next to a small forest, both of which belong to the school premises of the Humboldt-Institut. Modern school facilities Many classrooms have very large south-facing windows with breathtaking views of the Alps and all of them are equipped with modern teaching facilities. The house offers room for almost 200 students and has a fantastic infrastructure with lots of facilities for leisure activities.... [-]


Part-Time German Courses in Berlin

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Part time 6 - 52 weeks October 2018 Germany Berlin

You live in Berlin and want to learn or improve your German, but lack the time for an intensive course? Then our part-time courses in small classes with approximately 10 students are ideal for you! [+]

Part-Time German Courses in Berlin

You live in Berlin and want to learn or improve your German, but lack the time for an intensive course? Then our part-time courses in small classes with approximately 10 students are ideal for you! They comprise between four and 10 lessons of 45 minutes per week and take place in the mornings, evenings or on Saturdays. Part-time courses can be booked for a duration of six weeks or longer.

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Course in International Business Strategy: The Role of Europe in a Changing World

Berlin School of Economics and Law: HWR Berlin Summer and Winter School
Campus Full time 2 weeks January 2019 Germany Berlin

This winter programme offers students the chance to undertake a demanding, in-depth study on international strategies for companies from a European perspective. Using case studies developed from business practises, the course will explore modern diversification, concentration and market entry strategies, and the ways in which firms implement their strategic concepts in modern services industries. [+]

Overview

This winter course focuses on theory-based and practical approaches to

Global Market Challenges and Trends for Business in Europe Global Strategies in Services Industries

Students will explore how firms face various challenges in the increasingly competitive and changing global environment, especially as globalization and the newest advances in technology have been changing the way we engage in international business. Students will gain insights into European service-based firms which have developed integrated global strategies based on industry relationships in order to thrive in new environments. The course offers insights into modern diversification, concentration and market entry strategies, and how firms implement their strategic concepts in modern services industries. Theoretical contents are combined with cases studies developed from business practice. The interactive seminar facilitates direct dialogue and close contact between the students and the academic staff, enabling intensive work on case studies and fruitful and wide-ranging discussions. The course programme also includes study visits to companies and institutions as well as German language lessons for beginners.... [-]


Berlin - Metropolitan Studies

IES Abroad
Campus Full time 1 semester September 2018 Germany Berlin

Using Berlin as a case study, this English-taught program examines issues relevant to major cities today. Through comparative and interdisciplinary courses, you study topics such as architecture, cultural identity, gender and sexual politics, multiculturalism, popular culture, and urban studies to better understand the development of the city and its culture. [+]

Overview

Stroll through the streets of Berlin and around one corner you’ll see soaring modern buildings that incorporate cutting-edge sustainable technology. Around the next corner, you’ll see art galleries, cafés, and shops lining old cobblestone streets. As a city that has been built and rebuilt over the past century, Berlin remains a city of contrasts—and of innovation. Come and study abroad in Berlin, and experience the energy and excitement of this amazing city. Using Berlin as a case study, this English-taught program examines issues relevant to major cities today. Through comparative and interdisciplinary courses, you study topics such as architecture, cultural identity, gender and sexual politics, multiculturalism, popular culture, and urban studies to better understand the development of the city and its culture. Berlin will also be your classroom. Imagine touring Berlin’s neighborhoods and exploring the city’s architecture as you learn about metropolitan development and urban planning. Or attending and then discussing a local theater event as part of your pop culture class. Wherever possible, our courses take advantage of the city’s many historical, artistic, and cultural sites, and several courses include a hands-on, practical component. In addition, your learning is enhanced by extended course-related trips to Paris, France, or St. Petersburg, Russia, that provide a comparative context for your studies. In these cities, you tour neighborhoods, visit museums, attend lectures, and meet with local university professors to discuss the topics you’re learning about. We want you to feel at home in Berlin, so we do everything we can... [-]


Berlin - Language & Area Studies

IES Abroad
Campus Full time 1 - 2 semesters September 2018 Germany Berlin

Specially designed to improve your German language skills, this program draws upon Berlin’s rich culture and traditions to connect your coursework with the living history of the city. IES Abroad courses are taught in German by local faculty, and a variety of academic options are available at local universities. [+]

Overview

The minute you step off the plane in Berlin, you’ll feel its energy. It’s a place of new ideas, where sustainable technology and modern design are a way of life, and art galleries can be found on nearly every corner. But don’t forget, this dynamic city is also a center of modern European history—it has no equal for leaving its imprint on the political, social, and cultural history of the 20th century. We invite you to study in Berlin and to explore one of the world’s most vibrant cities. Specially designed to improve your German language skills, this program draws upon Berlin’s rich culture and traditions to connect your coursework with the living history of the city. IES Abroad courses are taught in German by local faculty, and a variety of academic options are available at local universities. You can also add international work experience to your résumé while earning credit by participating in an internship placement and accompanying academic seminar. Berlin will also be your classroom. Imagine learning about German politics and policymaking in class and then taking a quick walk to visit the German Parliament. Or discussing multiculturalism in Berlin and then touring one of the city’s bustling Turkish neighborhoods. Wherever possible, our courses take advantage of the city’s many historical, artistic, and cultural sites, and several courses also include course-related excursions. To enrich your academic experience, you also have the option to participate in field trips to cities throughout Europe, such as Budapest, Dresden, Hamburg,... [-]


Berlin - International Affairs & Security Studies

IES Abroad
Campus Full time 12 weeks September 2018 Germany Berlin

Courses in this program take advantage of Berlin’s position as Germany’s capital and Germany’s position as a leading state in the European Union. The English-taught courses compare and contrast the pros and cons of the European Union’s open borders, of strategies to combat terrorism, and of the challenges and benefits that migration brings. [+]

Overview

12 credits. 12 weeks. $12,000. Our Berlin - International Affairs & Security Studies Program is part of our 12 for 12 for 12 programs. The city of Berlin has a fascinating geopolitical history: its destruction in World War II, its hostile division in the Cold War, the fall of the Wall, the reunification of Germany, and the growth of Germany as a major cultural, economic, and political force in the 21st Century. This history and its present importance make Berlin the ideal place to study International Relations, Security Studies, Sociology, Business, and Economics, as well as Culture, Film, Art, and German Language. Courses in this program take advantage of Berlin’s position as Germany’s capital and Germany’s position as a leading state in the European Union. The English-taught courses compare and contrast the pros and cons of the European Union’s open borders, of strategies to combat terrorism, and of the challenges and benefits that migration brings. Berlin will also be your classroom. Imagine studying the European and global challenges that Germany faces then walking along the remnants of the Berlin Wall, a stark reminder of the city’s turbulent past. Or wandering through the Turkish Market while learning about migration in Germany. Can you picture exploring the neighborhoods of Berlin, taking in the stunning architecture, and enjoying doners and currywurst? This is study abroad! We want you to feel at home in Berlin, so we do everything we can to help you integrate into life in the city. From housing... [-]


Solution Consulting

AMD Akademie Mode & Design
Campus Full time October 2018 Germany Hamburg Düsseldorf Munich Berlin + 2 more

Are you creative and are you interested in a design degree program? A creative folder is required for the application - but which work samples do you want to show? What is artistically convincing, what is not? How do you prepare the folder in the best case? [+]

Are you creative and are you interested in a design degree program? A creative folder is required for the application - but which work samples do you want to show? What is artistically convincing, what is not? How do you prepare the folder in the best case?

Come to the AMD and bring along your portfolio or work. These can be drawings, collages, photos, designs with writing (flyers, school papers, birthday announcements, etc.) or websites - everything that expresses your creativity.

We will give you feedback on your portfolio and will be pleased to advise you. Which works have potential? Which aspects can be improved? How can you optimize the folder as such? We take our time and offer both group and individual talks.... [-]