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German Youth Camp Bremen

  • Teenagers from all over the world
  • Leisure programme included
  • Option of an examination during the course
  • 72 lessons over 3 weeks

As a trading city, Bremen has always been seen as open-minded.  Young people meet between brick buildings and half-timbered houses – in summer, it’s the outdoors that beckon for people to socialise.  The perfect place for a language camp! Young people can learn German, explore the city and exchange ideas with students from all over the world. 

Learn German – the adventure of your life

German lessons take place daily in the morning. Lessons are also planned for two to three afternoons. On weekends, the camp’s students can apply their new knowledge on excursions or while exploring Bremen.  The accommodation is located on the Stadtwerder, a peninsula on the river Weser in Bremen. On the one hand, people find themselves surrounded by greenery and, on the other, are just around 2 kilometres from Bremen city centre.

Our students from all over the world live together in 2-, 3- or 4-bed rooms complete with shower and WC. Three meals are offered daily – mainly with regional products.  We always offer our camp participants a wide selection of different dishes. Drinks and refreshments are available during the breaks and in the afternoon.

There is also a medieval atmosphere in the city’s “Schnoor” district, where narrow alleyways nestled between small craftsmen’s houses are reminiscent of times gone by.
Bremerhaven is also part of the city of Bremen. Once there, you can visit the Emigration Centre (Auswandererhaus), a museum dedicated to the migration of Germans in the 19th century.
On another day, we take our course participants to the “Wadden Sea” – located on the North Sea – for a wonderful mudflat hike.
  • Level
    A2, B1, B2

  • Duration
    3 weeks, 15 course days

  • Hours per week
    Mon-Fri, 09:00am-12:30pm and 2-3 times , 2:00-3:30pm

  • Total scope
    72 lessons (45 minutes each)

  • Participants
    Max. number of participants per class: 16
    Age: 14-17 years

  • Course location

  • Price
    EUR 3.450

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  • Transfer Included

    We take care of the safe transfer between Hamburg Airport and the language camp in Bremen on arrival and departure.

  • ​Insurance Included

    The protection of your children is taken care of. After leaving their home country, all youth camp participants are protected by health insurance, as well as accident and liability insurance.

Impressions of the Bremen youth camp

City trip and alpine adventure

Our course participants will certainly find it exciting to explore their host city of Bremen, which can look back on more than a thousand years of history. During a city rally, the students on our German course will get to know the most beautiful corners of Bremen, which even includes a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the town hall and the Roland statue in front of it on the market square. The magnificent town hall bears witness to the self-confidence of the Hanseatic city and its citizens. The Roland is the eleven-meter-high figure of a knight with the imperial coat of arms on his shield, the largest surviving statue of the Middle Ages in Germany. There is also a monument to the Bremen Town Musicians at the town hall.

There is also a medieval atmosphere in the Schnoor district, where narrow alleyways between small craftsmen's houses are reminiscent of times gone by. Bremerhaven is also part of Bremen. There you can visit the Emigration Center, a museum about the migration of Germans in the 19th century.
On another day, we take our course participants to the Wadden Sea on the North Sea for a wonderfully muddy mudflat hike.


  • Hanseatic City of Bremen

    Do you know the four musicians who make Bremen famous? They are ambassadors and landmarks of the city. Or is it actually Roland? Find out for yourself!

  • “Mudflat hike”

    Dirt and mud are the name of the game. The tides reveal secrets that are otherwise only hidden beneath the surface of the water.

  • Bremerhaven

    The harbour city of Bremerhaven attracts visitors with its maritime ambience and rich history.  A stroll through the old fishing harbour is always worth a visit.

Further information

Blog: Jugendkurse in Deutschland Photo: Unsplash/Toa Heftiba

goethe.de/jugendkursblog Young learners camp blog

Keep track of our blog for reports from teens attending our young learners camps on their exciting experiences and activities.

A day on a Young Learners Course Photo: Goethe-Institut

Example A day on a young learners camp

From breakfast to the evening program: What happens on a typical day on a young learners camp?

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 1222 3 1333 We are happy to advise you: jugend@goethe.de