The German Gap Year in Munich offers Gap Year students, graduates and young adults looking to take a serious career break the opportunity to make serious language programme over several months. These long-term courses allow students to focus on all aspects of the German language, with classes offered across all language levels. Whatever your current ability, you will be able to improve your skills significantly by studying German in Munich. Students can choose to live with local German hosts or in various student apartments, studios or even the student house.
The language school is located in the heart of this wonderful Bavarian city
German language exams are offered throughout the year
A medium sized school offering high quality tuition that attracts long and short term language students from around the world
|Levels offered||Beginner to Advanced|
|Course duration||8 to 40 weeks|
|Alternative courses||1 week+|
|Number of lessons||20 group lessons per week|
|Lesson duration||45 minutes|
|Maximum per class||12 students|
The German Gap Year course in Munich ensures rapid acquisition and long-term retention of key German language skills and also covers a range of topics on modern day Germany (cultural, social and economic). Oral and written German language skills are developed and systematically increases students German knowledge to achieve a higher language level. This German language programme is primarily aimed at Beginners to Intermediate abilities, who want to see serious linguistic improvement and are aiming to achieve fluency over a number of months.
|8 wks €1620.00||12 wks €2320.00||16 wks €2810.00|
|CESA Fee: € 60.00 per person|
Summer supplements: 02 Jul – 28 Sept ‘18
All courses: € 30.00 per week
Beginners start dates are underlined and in bold. Other levels can begin on any of the start dates shown. For a detailed quote, or to book a course, click on "Get a Quote".Get a Quote now
This German language course is an excellent opportunity to learn a new language, immerse yourself in a new culture and make new friends from all around the world. The study plan takes into consideration your current level, your needs and the length of your course.
Some people study German for self-enrichment or want to know how to tell the time or talk on the phone in German. or to satisfy short term language requirements in high school, college, university or career goals. Others however, though, such as university or Gap students, aspiring teachers, translators or others with long term career goals, study the language as part of a formal training programme. For this latter group of students, formally proving competency in the language is a requirement and this is where the German Exams are of great value.
Further information can be found under the Munich/German language courses descriptions.
You can choose to live with German nationals by booking host (private household) accommodation. This is a great way to immerse yourself in daily German life. It will mean a commute to school each day, but also means you get to talk to native speakers out of class, share their daily routine and experience German culture as it’s lived by real people.
Alternatively if you’d prefer not to live with hosts, students can choose to stay in Student Studios or the shared Student House.
Student Studios or Shared Apartments. There are various apartment buildings providing studios or apartments, where students can self-cater and live independently.
The Student House is a longer commute from the school, but it offers a great chance to live with other language students in a communal situation. It’s a good option for older teens or those in their 20s who’d prefer to live together. There are several bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and dining area, a small living room and a private bathroom.
There will always be a lot to consider before choosing a German Gap Year course (or the accommodation), so feel free to discuss the options with CESA if you want further advice.
Full information can be found on the main Munich German school: Accommodation description.
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