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12 - 17 yrs - Germany - Homestay | Summer Camp

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Learn German in Germany!

  • Ages 12-17 yrs
  • From 2 weeks minimum, summer only
  • Cultural and social full activity programme
  • All language levels, except complete beginners
  • Full board Homestay

Aschaffenburg

Summer Camp in Aschaffenburg (ages 12-16)

Aschaffenburg is tucked away next to pristine hilly woodland in the corner of Lower Franconia, a short journey from Frankfurt. It boasts impressive medieval and Renaissance architecture - Johannesburg Castle is just one example - and warm, balmy weather.

Events and festivals are organized year-round and shopaholics will also enjoy the 700 boutiques dotted around the city.

Course

Please note: this course does not accept complete beginners.

German courses: the basics

  • Ages 12-16 years
  • Course length: 2-4 weeks
  • Lesson length: 45 minutes
  • Class size: Average 10-12 students (maximum 15)
  • Schedule: morning lessons (in general)
  • Placement test: first day of lessons
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the stay

Course type

  • Standard Course: 20 General German lessons per week

    Schedule: 9:00-10:30 and 11:00-12:30, Monday to Friday

    Language level: elementary to upper intermediate (A1-B2)

Activities and events during the stay

The school organises a varied calendar of social and leisure activities, 4 afternoons per week. Two-week stays include one day trip on Saturdays, and Sundays are spent with the host family. All activities are fully inclusive and vary according to the destination.

Some of the many activities available include:

  • Welcome party
  • Bowling
  • City guided tour
  • Mini-golf

Homestay accommodation

Shared room, shared bathroom, full board.

  • Travel time to school: Host families usually live under 60 minutes' travel time from the school (by public transport).
  • Bedlinen/towels provided
  • Laundry: once every 2 weeks

For maximum linguistic efficiency, students share their room with another participant from a different country and different mother tongue.

Nuremberg

Summer Camp in Nuremberg (ages 14-17)

Second most important city of Bavaria, Nuremberg is a cultural and historic stronghold, and for centuries was the preferred royal residence for German kings. They poured their riches into this Bavarian town, building castles and churches galore. Examples of these architectural delights can still be seen today. Nuremberg also played a key part in the Second World War and it was here that the trials were held following the armistice.

Today, Nuremberg is a modern city buzzing with activity, with cafes, restaurants and upmarket shops lining the streets between the churches and palaces.

Course

Please note: this course does not accept complete beginners.

German courses: the basics

  • Ages 14-17
  • Course length: 2-5 weeks
  • Lesson length: 45 minutes
  • Class size: Average 10-12 students (maximum 15)
  • Schedule: morning lessons (in general)
  • Placement test: first day of lessons
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the stay

Course type

  • Standard Course: 20 General German lessons per week

    Schedule: 9:00-10:30 and 11:00-12:30, Monday to Friday

    Language level: elementary-advanced (A1-C1)

Activities and events during the stay

The school organises a varied calendar of social and leisure activities, 4 afternoons per week. Two-week stays include one day trip on Saturdays, and Sundays are spent with the host family. All activities are fully inclusive and vary according to the destination.

Some of the many activities available include:

  • Welcome party
  • Bowling
  • City guided tour
  • Mini-golf

Homestay accommodation

Shared room, shared bathroom, full board.

  • Travel time to school: Host families usually live under 60 minutes' travel time from the school (by public transport).
  • Bedlinen/towels provided
  • Laundry: once every 2 weeks

For maximum linguistic efficiency, students share their room with another participant from a different country and different mother tongue.

Berlin

Summer Camp in Berlin (ages 14-17)

Berlin, a unique mishmash of world history and explosive creativity, is a European hotspot for entrepreneurs and students alike. The ideal location to experience German culture today. From the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie to the unique and hip area of Kreuzberg, Berlin is a melting pot of different traditions. Have a coffee in one the young, up and coming areas and then take a stroll along to the impressive Reichstag and its surrounding area. From artisanal baking to delicious currywurst, Berlin is a thrilling and undenianbly unique city.

Course

Please note: complete beginners must compulsorily start on June 28 2020.

German courses: the basics

  • Ages 14-17
  • Course length: 2-6 weeks
  • Lesson length: 45 minutes
  • Class size: Average 10-12 students (maximum 15)
  • Schedule: morning lessons (in general)
  • Placement test: first day of lessons
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the stay

Course type

  • Standard Course: 20 General German lessons per week

    **Schedule: 9:00-10:30 and 11:00-12:30, Monday to Friday

    Language level: elementary-upper intermediate (A1-B2)

  • Intensive Course: 24 General German lessons per week

    You will follow the *standard course of 20 lessons plus 4 lessons per week from 13:00 to 14:30, during 2 afternoons.

    Language level: elementary-advanced (A1-C1)

Activities and events during the stay

The school organises a varied calendar of social and leisure activities, 4 afternoons per week. Two-week stays include one day trip on Saturdays, and Sundays are spent with the host family. All activities are fully inclusive and vary according to the destination.

Some of the many activities available include:

  • Welcome party
  • Sightseeing tour of the city
  • Karaoke
  • Mini-golf
  • Art & Drama

Homestay accommodation

Shared room, shared bathroom, full board.

  • Travel time to school: Host families usually live under 60 minutes' travel time from the school (by public transport).
  • Bedlinen/towels provided
  • Laundry: once every 2 weeks

For maximum linguistic efficiency, students share their room with another participant from a different country and different mother tongue.

Cologne

Summer Camp in Cologne (ages 14-17)

Germany's most popular tourist destination has much more to offer than just the gorgeous filigree spires and towering facade of its world-famous cathedral - the city is synonymous with joie de vivre and the arts, with museums a-plenty as well as a broad range of dining, shopping and entertainment options. There's a different architectural curiosity on every corner, from crumbling Roman walls to angular postwar buildings.

The peace and quiet of the Rhine riverbanks offer a respite from the buzz in the summertime, and Cologne's many museums are also a great way to discover the city's history at your own pace.

Course

Please note: this course does not accept complete beginners.

German courses: the basics

  • Ages 14-17
  • Course length: 2-6 weeks
  • Lesson length: 45 minutes
  • Class size: Average 10-12 students (maximum 15)
  • Schedule: morning lessons (in general)
  • Placement test: first day of lessons
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the stay

Course type

  • Standard Course: 20 General German lessons per week

    Schedule: 9:00-10:30 and 11:00-12:30, Monday to Friday

    Language level: elementary-advanced (A1-C1)

Activities and events during the stay

The school organises a varied calendar of social and leisure activities, 4 afternoons per week. Two-week stays include one day trip on Saturdays, and Sundays are spent with the host family. All activities are fully inclusive and vary according to the destination.

Some of the many activities available include:

  • Welcome party
  • Bowling
  • City guided tour
  • Mini-golf

Homestay accommodation

Shared room, shared bathroom, full board.

  • Travel time to school: Host families usually live under 60 minutes' travel time from the school (by public transport).
  • Bedlinen/towels provided
  • Laundry: once every 2 weeks

For maximum linguistic efficiency, students share their room with another participant from a different country and different mother tongue.

Wiesbaden

Summer Camp in Wiesbaden (ages 14-17)

One of the oldest thermal cities of Europe, second most important city of Hesse after Frankfurt, beautiful Wiesbaden boasts both thermal waters and rolling meadows, and in the city itself the grand neoclassical architecture can't fail to impress. From its invigorating waters to long strolls and upmarket shopping and dining options, Wiesbaden is a must for German culture lovers.

Course

Please note: this course does not accept complete beginners.

German courses: the basics

  • Ages 14-17
  • Course length: 2-6 weeks
  • Lesson length: 45 minutes
  • Class size: Average 10-12 students (maximum 15)
  • Schedule: morning lessons (in general)
  • Placement test: first day of lessons
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the stay

Course type

  • Standard Course: 20 General German lessons per week

    Schedule: 9:00-10:30 and 11:00-12:30, Monday to Friday

    Language level: elementary-advanced (A1-C1)

Activities and events during the stay

The school organises a varied calendar of social and leisure activities, 4 afternoons per week. Two-week stays include one day trip on Saturdays, and Sundays are spent with the host family. All activities are fully inclusive and vary according to the destination.

Some of the many activities available include:

  • Welcome party
  • Bowling
  • City guided tour
  • Mini-golf

Homestay accommodation

Shared room, shared bathroom, full board.

  • Travel time to school: Host families usually live under 60 minutes' travel time from the school (by public transport).
  • Bedlinen/towels provided
  • Laundry: once every 2 weeks

For maximum linguistic efficiency, students share their room with another participant from a different country and different mother tongue.

Dates & Prices 2020

Dates 2020

Most courses start every Monday (exceptions are outlined below.) On Bank Holiday Mondays, lessons start on Tuesday.

  • Aschaffenburg, 12-16 years :

    • 1 to 4 weeks between Sunday June 28 and Saturday July 25 2020
    • Arrival on Sunday - Departure on Saturday
    • All language levels from A1 to B2, no complete beginners

  • Nuremberg, 14-17 years :

    • 1 to 5 weeks between Sunday June 21 and Saturday July 25 2020
    • Arrival on Sunday - Departure on Saturday
    • All language levels from A1 to C1, no complete beginners

  • Berlin, 14-17 years :

    • 1 to 6 weeks between Sunday June 21 and Saturday August 01 2020
    • Arrival on Sunday - Departure on Saturday
    • All language levels from A1 to C1, for complete beginners: course start June 28 2020

  • Cologne and Wiesbaden, 14-17 years :

    • 2 to 6 weeks between Sunday June 28 and Saturday July 25 2020
    • Arrival on Sunday - Departure on Saturday
    • All language levels from A1 to C1, no complete beginners

Prices 2020

This programme contains classes Accommodation included Meal included Supervision 24h support
Programme prices -

Including language lessons, accommodation and meals as described, all taxes and enrolment fees

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DurationAll destinations (20 lessons/week)Berlin Intensive (24 lessons/week)
1 week850900
2 weeks13901490
3 weeks20852235
4 weeks27602960
Extra week690740
Extras
Extra night85
Special diet (per week)35
Transfers (per journey)
Aschaffenburg (Frankfurt FRA)75
Cologne (CGN)75
Cologne (Düsseldorf DUS)150
Berlin (Berlin TXL/SXF)75
Wiesbaden (Frankfurt FRA) 75
Nuremberg (NUE)70
Nuremberg (Munich MUC)150
Nearest station35
Extra if arrival/departure between 20:00 and 8:0035
Extra if UM option booked (Unaccompanied Minor)35

Prices include:

  • The chosen course
  • Full board Homestay accommodation, shared room
  • Course materials
  • Placement test on the first day of lessons
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the stay
  • Activities (including entrance fees and transport)
  • Local public transport pass
  • All school taxes and enrolment fees

Prices do not include:

  • Travel to the chosen destination
  • Arrival/departure airport transfers
  • Optional insurances

Practical Information

Travel

Arrivals: Sunday (12:00 to 20:00)

Departures: Saturday (8:00 to 12:00)

  • Arrival airports:

  • Aschaffenburg

    • Frankfurt Airport (FRA): 1 hour (train)
  • Nuremberg

    • Nuremberg Airport (NUE): 13 minutes (train)
  • Berlin

    • Berlin Airports (TXL or SXF)
  • Cologne

    • Cologne Airport (CGN): 15 minutes (train)
  • Wiesbaden

    • Frankfurt Airport (FRA): 40 minutes (train)

Transfers available on request (fees apply, see price list)

Please note: Do not make travel arrangements until we have confirmed your enrolment in your chosen course (about 4 days after payment of the deposit).

Visa Information

You might need a visa for this course. For more information please visit our Visa Information page.

Do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email if you require any additional information.

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