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German Language Schools in Germany - Ranking 2022

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128 Best language schools in Germany (ranked based on student reviews)

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Key Facts about Germany

No matter whether you seek an adrenaline-fueled foray on the autobahn or a leisurely ride on its latest-generation trains, Germany is a land that demands exploration. Walk through the old town, full of history, and enjoy the mixture of Renaissance and Baroque in Schloss Neuschwanstein. Or walk around the streets of Munich and Hamburg, filled with fancy restaurants, great operas and underground dance parties. Traveling to Berlin demands that you abandon yourself to its pleasures and forget about how you might behave at home. Germany is Europe's capital where world affairs, realms of science, technology, commerce, arts and architecture play an important role.
Population: 81,803,000
Capital: Berlin
Time zone: GMT +2
Currency: EUR (1 EUR = 1.0660 USD)
Telephone country code: +49
Religion:
  • Catholicism  28%
  • Evangelicalism  26%
  • Islam  5%
  • Orthodox  2%
  • Atheist, agnostic and unclassified  36%
  • Other religions: , Buddhism  3%
Visa: Nationals from USA do not require a visa to study short term courses up to 90 days. Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.
Largest cities in Germany:
  • 1. Berlin: 3,400,000
  • 2. Hamburg: 1,700,000
  • 3. Munich: 1,300,000
  • 4. Cologne: 960,000
  • 5. Frankfurt: 650,000
Largest international airport in Germany:
Frankfurt Airport (FRA): 64.505.151 Passengers/Year; 2 Terminals; 12 km. from Frankfurt am Main city center
Cost of Living:
  • Big Mac price (Germany average):4.29 € (20% cheaper than in USA)
Mains electricity:
  • Plug Type C
  • Plug Type F
  • Residential voltage: 230 V
  • Frequency: 50 Hz

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FAQ about schools in Germany

  • Dialoge - Bodensee Sprachschule GmbH has received the best overall rating in Lindau.
  • DID Deutsch-Institut, located in Esplanade 6, Hamburg has been voted as the school with the best location in Germany.
  • 'Hall of Residence Category I (Concordia)' at F+U Academy of Languages is the best rated accommodation in Germany.
  • You can take courses for just 1 week. For significant progress opt for longer durations. According to a survey of StudyTravel Magazine the average course duration for Germany is 7.5 weeks.
  • In Germany electricity is 230 Volt and 50 Hz. Plug type C, F.
  • Yes, we have a programme for kids of 11 to 14 years old in Radolfzell. The programme takes place in the summer period and is organised by the school Carl Duisberg. You will find more information on the school's profile.
    Madly, FR Consultant from LanguageCourse.net
  • You can attend a language course at any of our schools in Germany, which are listed on our website. You can start a course on any Monday as you already have previous knowledge of German. A minimum of 16 weeks (8 weeks per level) of Intensive course is required to complete levels A2 and B1. On the first day of your course you will also complete a language level test so that the school can place you in the right group.
    Irina, Area manager - Russian from LanguageCourse.net
  • If you have an A2 level in German you will be able to manage everyday situations with basic language skills. You reach the A2 level by following an intensive German language course for at least 8 weeks (about 4 weeks per level), provided you are an absolute beginner. If you already have some German knowledge, this could be less. Keep in mind that this is of course also very dependent on your own learning pace.
    Robin Rebecca Pietersma, Dutch Consultant from LanguageCourse.net
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