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Learning German in Germany

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While staying in Germany you will learn the German language automatically. Here you will find information on the ways to improve your German skills on site.

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Improving Your German

Whether in everyday life, with a language partner, or at home on the computer: there are many ways to improve your German. The best options at a glance.

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Language and Short Courses in Germany

Here you can choose from over 350 courses. Most courses take place during the summer break. A number of courses are also offered in the winter months.

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