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German courses A1-C2

German courses
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Online assessment test

We find out what prior knowledge you have and which course is best suited to you via an online assessment test.

Levels A1 to C2

Our German courses are based on the levels of the Common European Reference Framework for Languages.

Did you know that we also offer payment in instalments and that you can apply for educational leave as an employee of a Brussels company? All information: Frequently asked questions

Students with a valid student card receive a 10% discount on the course price. We will be happy to send you the discount code by email on request. Mail us at kurse-bruessel@goethe.de

We have the ideal German course for everyone

German courses

  • Group courses at the Goethe-Institut Brussels
  • A1-C2
  • 2 or 14 weeks
  • with or without online component
  • approx. 14 € per lesson

German courses online

  • Group and individual courses in the virtual classroom
  • A1-C1
  • 14 weeks and up
  • approx. 14€ per lesson

German courses for children and adolescents

  • Group courses at the IDSB or at the Goethe-Institut Brussels
  • Active learning with age-appropriate forms of learning
  • A1.2

German courses for companies

  • All levels
  • Personal advice
  • Tailored to your needs

Specialised German courses

  • Broaden your language knowledge
  • Tailored courses
  • Learn as part of a group
For advice over the phone, call +32 2 5858 503 E-mail kurse-bruessel@goethe.de
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Our location

G​oethe-Institut Belgium

Rue Belliard - Belliardstraat 58
1040 Brussels, Belgium

Test our offers

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Trail Chapter A1 – First Steps Hallo, wie geht's?

Here you will learn  the times of the day, how to greet someone in German and how to introduce yourself.

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Trial Chapter A1 Eating and drinking

Here you will learn words about food and drink and how to express quantities when out shopping.

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Trail Chapter A2 At the restaurant

Here you will learn how to order in the restaurant, how to ask for the bill and how to tip.

Further Offerings

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Learn German successfully in Germany. Experience culture, leisure, country and people!

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A1-C2 German exams in Belgium

Do you require evidence of your German language skills that is recognised all over the world? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! We offer German exams for all levels of ability, ranging from A1 to C2.

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Free offers Enjoy practising German

At the Goethe-Institut, you learn German from the pros. We have developed a range of free media to help you practise your German – from apps with learning material to videos, podcasts and games, as well as social media and community programmes. However well you speak German and whatever your reasons for improving it, the main thing is that you start practising – and enjoy it!

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the digital library Onleihe

Read German eBooks as well as digital newspapers, magazines, music, listen to audio books and watch movies through our Onleihe.

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In the “Deutsch für dich” community you will find plenty of exercises to help you learn German free of charge, and you can share experiences with other members.