German Courses for Children and Young People

Goethe-Institut Youth Course Photo: Goethe-Institut/Bernhard Ludewig

Spielend Deutsch lernen

We offer courses for secondary school students in 4th or 5th Year. For further information please contact our Language Office.

Dates and prices

Courses for Kids

Learning German made easy. Learn German playfully and without pressure in selected small groups. Our courses are aimed at children and young learners between the ages of 3 and 12.

The courses are suitable for preschool, junior and senior infants and primary school children who already speak a little German as well as for beginners. Each child is supported according to his or her language level.

Duration:    12 weeks
Term:          11.01.2020 – 04.04.2020
Mid-term:    There will be no classes on February 15, 2020
Frequency: once a week on Saturdays
Groups:      The groups are divided according to the children's language skills and age and take place for one hour between 10.00AM and 1.15PM.We offer classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced as well as for kids who are bilingual.

Lessons:  12 teaching units, each 60 minutes
Fees:        120 Euro (1 child)
                  210 Euro (2 children)
                  300 Euro (3 children)

Contact

Verena Mähler
Co-Ordinator Children's Courses

Nicole Gress
Language Department Office
Tel.: +353 (0)1 680 1100
nicole.gress@goethe.de

ENROLMENT
Unfortunately, all places are taken for the current spring semester. The summer semester starts on 25.04.2020. More information will be available here shortly.

Course for Secondary School Students superintensive

2 weeks
5 session per week (4 teaching units per session)
40 teaching units
only in June/July

Course for Secondary School Students extensive

16 weeks
1 session per week (2 teaching units per session)
32 teaching units
 

Further information

Contact and Enrolment

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Overview of levels
A1–C2

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