Language-learning trips for adults
Locations for your language-learning trip to Germany
FAQs – Frequently asked questions
Your booking will include the language course you have chosen (Intensive German or Intensive German Concise), along with the cultural and leisure programme.
Please note that the accommodation must be added separately to the booking.
Some locations offer private accommodation options with host families, while others accommodate visitors in a guesthouse or partner hotel. So make sure you consider which type of accommodation you would prefer when choosing the location.
Several of our accommodation options include a communal kitchen for self-catering. Our institutes are centrally located, giving you the chance to explore local shops, eateries and venues.
Click on the links below to find out more about the accommodation options at the different locations.
Our tip: You can also book on-site breakfast and lunch in Schwäbisch-Hall. Click here to view the prices. If you are interested in booking a catered trip, please email our staff team. We look forward to hearing from you!
Our cultural and leisure programme includes a wide range of activities.
We may need to charge a fee to cover costs for special events, such as concerts or museum visits. Click here to find out more about our cultural and leisure programme. The staff at the institute of your choice will be happy to help you with this.
Click here to find out more about obtaining visas and health insurance.
Tip: Attendees of both courses, Intensive German and Intensive German Concise, are eligible to obtain a visa for language learning.
No, you do not need any previous knowledge of German in order to book an Intensive German or Intensive German Compact course. If you have already acquired some German skills, our free placement test will determine which level is the right one for you.
Yes, once you have completed the German Individual or Intensive German Concise course, you will receive a certificate of attendance.