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This German A’ level course is ideal for A ‘level students who wish to practise with native speakers, improve their communication skills and address any linguistic weaknesses. Students can polish up general German language skills including revision of grammar structures and pronunciation and address any linguistic weaknesses.
Tutors are all native speakers who are also professional teachers of German as a foreign language. It’s perfect for students looking to prepare prior to their German exams.
|Levels offered||Intermediate to Advanced|
|Age range||17/19 yrs|
|Course duration||1 week|
|Group lessons/AM||20 lessons|
|Private lessons/PM||10 lessons|
|Lesson duration||45 minutes|
|Maximum per class||12 students|
|Course Date 2020|
|March , April, September & October|
|A’ level Course Fees|
|20 + 10 lessons: € 670.00|
|+ CESA Fee: € 60.00 per person|
|Hosts, single rm: € 348.00|
|Residence, shared rm: € 312.00|
NB: 10th & 13th April are public holidays in Germany – group lessons lost are not made upGet a Quote now
Language skills covered:
Oral and Written Expression, Grammar Exercises, Oral and Written Comprehension, Phonetics, Vocabulary and Syntax
The programme consists of:
The group lessons will be taken with other language students, not necessarily just A level students. However the private tuition classes will be dedicated to the A level revision needs of each student.
Please advise us of your topics, so that they can be incorporated into the private tuition lessons, during the week. The aim is to develop discussions around the topics and get you talking. Information supplied later than 2 weeks beforehand, cannot be included into the programme.
NB: This is a German language, not a literature orientated programme.
Berlin is a dynamic city, and there is plenty to see and experience, besides the studious environment of the language school. The combination of its academic record, great city location and ease of access via its International airports makes it the perfect study location.
The school offers a range of cultural activities to students once in Berlin, many of which are free of charge.
Students will be asked to complete some homework tasks each night in preparation for the following day’s classes. It is important that students complete these tasks in order to take full advantage of the week’s programme.
Students are generally housed with local German hosts. You are welcome to make your own accommodation arrangements, but the majority of the A’ level revision course students choose to stay with hosts.
Open to students aged 17 yrs+
Students book a single room with a hostess, on a half-board basis. Allow a commute of around 30 to 45 mins to school.
Meals: Breakfast and the evening meals are taken with the hosts. Students make their own lunchtime arrangements, but generally eat on site at the language school with other students.
On Campus residence:
If students are 18 yrs+ they may book a single or shared room on site. Rooms book up very quickly, so early reservations are essential.
Meals: Breakfast is included. Additional meals can be bought on site.
Students under 18 yrs of age must return to their accommodation by 12 midnight. This is a requirement of Law.
It is not the job of the staff or the hosts to police the students.
Any infringement of the curfew set, will be passed to the student’s parents, for their information.