Ich bin ein Berliner
Before you can say “Ich bin ein Berliner” you probably need to learn a few things. German is an old European language with a long history of famous writers like Goethe, Thomas Mann and Berthold Brecht. For those who think that the German language is a harsh one, read a line or two from the old masters and you will change your mind. German is the native language of around 100 million people and is spoken in some of the strongest economies in the world. A good reason to go ahead with it if you are considering a career in Europe!
People from all over the world enjoy learning German at the Eurasia Institute in a relaxed and personal atmosphere. The international diversity in our German language courses guarantees an interesting and exciting intercultural experience.Learn German in Go Study Free
We offer German courses at all language levels from A1 to C2 with both intensive courses and individual tailor-made solutions. We have a maximum of 18 participants in one group.
All German courses are taught by expert, experienced German teachers who will make sure that in the end you can say out loud and proud “Ich bin ein Berliner”.
5 days a week, with 6 teaching sessions per day (1 session = 45 minutes). One proficiency level consists of 29 teaching days (174 sessions) + 1 assessment days.
Each proficiency level culminates in a final examination, although end-of-unit tests, homework assessment and verbal participation enable us to assess and document a student’s progress throughout the course. These interim marks do not have any effect on the grade shown on the student’s final certificate, but they give us an indication of how each individual student is performing.
We work in accordance with the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), whilst maintaining a focus on grammar teaching alongside the development of the four linguistic skills. The reason for this approach is the DSH exam – the German language examination for university entrance – which, alongside the DaF (German as a Foreign Language) test, is the final hurdle that candidates need to clear in order to be offered a place at a German university.