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Youth camps in Germany

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Many topics. One focus: German!

Classic Summer Camp © Getty Images

Different age groups Classic Summer Camp

Learn German and meet children and young people from all over the world in some of the most beautiful areas of Germany, combined with a wide range of leisure activities.

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15-17 years Uni Camp

A rally on the university campus, conversations with students, information about studying options and a glance at Germany as a study and research location will arouse your interest in studying abroad.

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14-17 years Green Future Camp

For everyone who advocates climate protection and a green future and wants to combine learning a language with new knowledge. The camp offers workshops, excursions and the option to converse with experts on ecological issues.

City Camp © Getty Images

Different age groups City Camp

Learn German in vibrant cities and go out and explore them. Here you can use your newly acquired language skills in cafés, shops, or at any of the cultural events on offer in the lively cities of Berlin or Cologne.

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13-17 years Exam Camp

At this camp, in addition to German lessons, participants receive extensive training in the desired examination format and in their strategies to successfully pass the exam. Examinations are included.

Kids Camp © Getty Images

9-12 years Kids Camp

The youngest participants learn German in a safe and natural environment. Lessons are playful and adapted to children, an extra large number of supervisors* are there to take care of the children's well-being and offer a lively leisure programme.

2-Weeks Camp Photo: Goethe-Institut/Thomas Koy

Different age groups 2-Weeks Camp

For everyone with a little less time or simply for those who do not want to be away from home for that long, we offer a two-week course in Obertauern, situated in the Austrian Alps.

Further information

Hannah, 23, supervisor on the youth camps Photo: Goethe-Institut/Thomas Koy

“We manage to get along with each other on the courses in a peaceful, happy and tolerant manner – so you think to yourself: it's not that difficult and it must be possible for the rest of the world to manage!”

Hannah, 23, supervisor on the youth camps

Any other questions? +49 89 15921-800 We would be happy to advise you: jugend@goethe.de