Culture, scholarship and sport are synonymous with Munich, and with DID Deutsch-Institut located centrally in the city (next to the central station), every student quickly feels that they are a part of its traditions. If you are a shopper, Karlsplatz or the Stachus – as the place is called by the locals –the largest shopping street with uncountable boutiques and large department stores is only minutes away.
When we visited the school, we were greatly impressed by the efforts, time and energy the staff devote to ensuring that their students’ needs are met. On two floors you will find everything that is necessary for studying a language in a friendly atmosphere: sunny classrooms, a modern media centre, a cosy cafeteria and a large roof terrace where you can relax in the sun or play table tennis.
German efficiency is widely praised and it is evident in DID Deutsch-Institut, which has for 40 years focused on teaching German as a foreign language. DID means Deutsch in Deutschland (German in Germany) and is the school’s motto. This means understanding not only the language but the people and their culture as well.
DID Deutsch-Institut’s main strength is that the school focusses on one goal: teaching the German language. This means that the extra-curricular activities the school organises enhances your education and allows you to absorb the history, geography, architecture and popular culture as you learn the language. Typical of the visits organised by the school are to the Modern Pinakothek or a tour through Castle Nymphenburg, the new Allianz-Arena, home of Bayern Munich FC, or to the southern lake area of Chiemsee, Ammersee and Starnberger See.
We were impressed to see that the school is a licensed TestDaF-center, a member of EAQUALS and has accreditation from the German Language Society. It is regularly voted the best German-language school in Germany.
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