Bremen
German for youths

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3 weeks
Age group: 16–17 years
Courses at levels A1 to B2
Opportunity to take an exam A1–B2 


Today the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen is a major business metropolis and university city. In the historic town center, located on an island in the Weser, the famous Schnoorviertel district awaits with its enchanting half-timbered houses. Spacious parks and green spaces offer plenty of room for sports and recreation. A river steamer excursion on the Weser or a bicycle tour of the city’s scenic surroundings are just two of the many ways of experiencing the beauty of Bremen. 

Our young course participants are accommodated in Lidice Haus, situated in idyllic parklands on a peninsula. The center’s excellent facilities include spacious grounds, which we use for outdoor sports activities. A swimming lake is just 10 minutes away. Other activities available nearby include rowing and tennis. A direct ferry provides a convenient link to Bremen’s most lively areas, with plenty of cafés and shops as well as the city’s arts and museum district.  


For example: arts workshop, badminton, barbecues, basketball, cinema, city walking tours, cycling, disco nights, dramatic arts, flea markets, foosball, gymnasium, handball, jogging, museum visits, playing fields, rowing, soccer, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball

  • 3 weeks, 15 days of lessons
  • intensive course from Monday to Friday
  • 90 UI* in total, 30 UI per week
  • maximum class size: 16
  • placement test
  • participation certificate
  • opportunity to take an exam A1–B2
  • two-bed and three-bed rooms
  • full board
  • professional supervision
  • teaching materials
  • sports, culture and leisure-time program**
  • four excursions, e.g. Hamburg, Oldenburg
  • health/accident insurance
  • transfer to/from Bremen or Hamburg Airport included
  • Internet access
  • Tour operator liability according to German Civil Code §651r BGB
* UI = 45-minute unit of instruction
 
** We do not offer activities posing increased risks to individuals or groups or involving potential liability risks for the Goethe-Institut or participants.

Please download the registration form and return it signed to us by post or fax.  
Period 14.07.–03.08.2019
Levels A1–B2
Cost € 3,695 all inclusive

Please inform us how your child will arrive.

Flugzeug © Goethe-Institut
By plane


A transfer will be offered between Hamburg airport (HAM) or Bremen airport (BRE) and Bremen from 7 am to 6 pm on the official day of arrival and departure (waits may occur).
On the arrival day our staff will meet the teenagers at the exit from the transit area in the arrivals hall of the airport.
 
They will be carrying a Goethe-Institut sign and also have an official letter as identification. For organizational reasons we regret that we are unable to provide you with the name of this member of our staff earlier than 3 days in advance of the course.

On the day of departure we will accompany the children to the check in desk.
  • Please inform us of the arrival and departure  time and flight numbers after having booked the flight.
  • If you book a flight that arrives or departs Hamburg airport or Bremen airport before 7 am or after 6 pm, you will be charged a single transfer fee of around 200 € (HAM)/ 20 € (BRE). This transfer will be organized by taxi.
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By train


From Bremen Central Station take a No. 4, 6, or 8 tram in the direction "Flughafen" (airport). After a ride of approx. 13 minutes, leave the tram at the "Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brücke" stop, walk 2000 m (approx. 20 minutes) in the direction of the Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brücke, and turn right into "Franziuseck". Follow the street until you reach the "Kuhhirten" restaurant. Here turn left into the path marked "Weg zum Krähenberg". The "Lidice-Haus" is on your right. We do not offer a transfer from the train station to the youth hostel. 

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By car


In Bremen follow the Große Sortillienstraße in the direction Hohentorstraße. After approx. 300 m continue along the Westerstraße, then after 220 m take the Osterstraße. After 220 m turn left along the B75/Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brücke. Before you come to the River Weser turn right into the Franziuseck/Werderstraße (signposted "Erholungsgebiet Werdersee / Zum Kuhhirten") and follow the road until you reach the "Kuhhirten" restaurant.
Here turn left along the path marked "Weg zum Krähenberg". The "Lidice-Haus" is on your right.

Please note

If you are not able to arrive or depart on the scheduled dates, please plan to arrive on the day after the course starts and leave on the day before the end of the course. Our staff cannot offer transfers or guarantee that you will be looked after before or after the course. There is also no catering available in the boarding school during this time. 

Contact prior to arrival

Please direct all of your questions and messages to the Goethe Institute's head office in Munich before the course starts: 
jugend@goethe.de
Phone: +49 89 15921-800

Address and telephone numbers during the course

​Goethe-Institut
Lidice-Haus Bremen
Weg zum Krähenberg 33 a
28201 Bremen
Germany

Phone and E-mail: will be communicated on Friday before the course starts.

Young learners course blog

blog.goethe.de/jugendkurse

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