Languages in Action:
Languages in Action is an international organization of language schools providing opportunities to learn a language of your choice, at language schools around the world. Learn German in Germany with Languages in Action at our language schools in Augsburg, Bamberg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Hamburg and Munich. Our German language schools in Germany offer some of the finest language learning options available. With well-equipped schools, well-trained teachers and a well-balanced curriculum, our schools provide a first class platform for you to advance your German skills quickly and effectively.
Beginner to Advanced Level German Language Classes:
With small class sizes, you can be sure of receiving a good amount of personalized attention. With accreditations such as the Goethe Institute and the Ministry of Education, our German language schools are backed up by the most discriminating of professional organizations. Our priority is clearly offering you the best opportunities available for learning German in Germany.
Our schools offer courses that focus on the four key language skill areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing, while considerable attention is also placed on pronunciation, oral communication and the appropriate usage of language in daily situations.
Our schools provide individual or group courses for all levels, semi-intensive & intensive German courses, private German lessons, a Homestay Program, Business German courses, Exam Preparation Courses, Work Experience / Internship Program. We also have a comprehensive list of Summer courses in Germany.
Our locations include Augsburg, Bamberg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Hamburg and Munich.
Augsburg boasts many things; from its university city charm, to its famous residents and the rich history of the city. There is so much to see and do in the town; from ancient churches to trendy clubs, you will be astounded by the wealth of options. If you learn German in Augsburg, you will study in a beautiful university town situated in south-central Bavaria
Location: The German language school in Augsburg is located in a tasteful turn-of-the-century building in a peaceful residential neighbourhood. The school is close to a beautiful park and minutes from the town’s center.
Bamberg is defined by its sunny street cafes, well-preserved architecture, smoked beer, Franconian wine and picturesque countryside. It is also one of the most romantic of all German cities. Dating way back to year 1002, Bamberg is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a picturesque location to learn German.
Location: The German language school is located in the heart of town, with many cafes and shops nearby. We are minutes from bus and train stations.
Berlin has found its way from a run down, war torn city to an international melting pot of high-class culture. Now a favorite tourist location, the city offers many attractions. Whether you seek historical wealth or dynamic nightlife, Berlin is an ideal location to learn German.
Location: The German language school in Berlin is in the center of Berlin’s most chic district, Prenzleuerburg, with over 40 cafes and bars, cinema, designer fashion boutiques, a theatre, and a yoga and dance studio.
Germany’s most cosmopolitan city, Frankfurt has glimmering skyscrapers and ancient Roman history. Go to the Wiesbaden casino, where Elvis Presley, Richard Wagner and Fyodor Dostoyevsky tried their luck. Visit clubs that people come from London and Berlin to party at night, and see buildings dating back to the 14th century.
Along the banks of the river Main, you will find most of the city’s over 30 museums lined up. In the summer, you can play volleyball on its large sandy beaches with palm trees. There is something for everyone here in Frankfurt - a wonderful place to learn German.
Location: The German school in Frankfurt is situated in the Sachsenhausen district, a neighborhood mostly untouched by World War II bombing, and very close to the river Main. The school is next to an underground train station.
Freiburg is known as one of the most attractive towns in Germany, boasting sunshine, amazing landscape, and picturesque streets. Culture abounds throughout the town, and the theatres perform year round. As Freiburg has a university, there is a wide variety of cultural events on offer and lots of eager foreign student to help you learn German.
Location: The German language school in Freiburg is located in the very center, in an area with restaurants, cafes and lots of chestnut trees for shade. All the main tourist attractions are within walking distance and we are very close to the main train station.
Life in Hamburg revolves around the water. Even though it is quite a distance from the open sea, it is Europe’s third largest port, and the harbor is its biggest attraction. Watching the hectic traffic in the harbor is fun, as cruise ships, old fishing boats, graceful sailing vessels, and container ships go about their business.
There is much to do in the harbor area - visit the fish market, the dungeon dating back to the dark ages or take a barge tour of the harbor. On the banks of the Elba River, you can have a picnic during the day and party in the bars at night.
Hamburg also has two big artificial lakes and many interconnecting canals that add to the maritime ambience. Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city, and its history dates back to the 14th century. With all this culture, history, entertainment and atmosphere at your disposal, you’re bound to have a great time while you learn German in Hamburg.
Location: The German school in Hamburg is located in the heart of the city, right on the shores of the Inner Alster Lake in a large, beautiful and historic art-deco building. Within 300 metres of the school you can find three underground train stations, the city’s finest hotels and department stores and numerous clubs, restaurants, bars and cafes. The school shares its facilities with a private university, so you can meet plenty of interesting locals.
Learn German in Munich, the capital of Bavaria, a city typifies German culture and tradition. Bavarian brass brands, beer gardens and the famous Oktoberfest and FC Bayern Munchen football club, Lederhosen and innumerable activities and sights in this, the third largest city in Germany, will keep you very busy, indeed.
The Alps, the lake area of Chiemsee and Amersee, Augsburg and Salzburg are not too far away, as well. All this makes learning German in Munich a particularly attractive prospect.
Location: The German language school in Munich is located on the Karlsplatz, or the Stachus district, as locals refer to it, the school is situated in a pedestrian only area. The street is the largest shopping area in the city, with very many boutiques and big department stores. The central train station is right nearby, for easy access to the rest of the city.