Berlin

The real city that never sleeps

Learn German in Berlin

With a history dating back to the 13th century, it is perhaps its turbulent and eventful 20th century for which Berlin is most famous; from its role in the Second World War to its subsequent life as a city divided until the falling of the wall in 1989.

Today, Berlin is youthful party city, that was recently named Europe's Startup capital. The cheap rent, acres of space (nearly one third of the city is covered by park or forest) and buzzing nightlife have seen young, budding millennials move-in from across the globe - the metropolitan area is home to over 6 million residents from over 180 countries, pretty astounding when you consider there are only 196 offical nations in the world!

It's not only young hedonists and tech gurus who are shaping Berlin's modern character; it still remains an international city of culture politics, media and science. Despite being a bustling city, that some say truly never sleeps (step aside, New York), Berlin is also known for its laidback lifestyle. Despite its size, the cafes and bars found in the small, hip streets of areas such as Kreuzberg and Prenzlauer Berg are easy to meander around; it might be a massive, multicultural metropolis, but its key areas remain accessible.

In Berlin you'll learn German in a vibrant, cultural hotspot whilst making new friends from across the globe!




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Language Camps

12 Years

Nationality mix

friLingue is hugely popular in the domestic market as well as internationally, providing international and local Swiss students the opportunity to mix and exchange languages within the camp.

Security

We place emphasis on a young, creative and motivated teaching body and an international atmosphere with volunteers from all over the world

Locations

Our camps are held in some of Switzerland's most stunning and unique locations - expect Alpine mountains and freshwater lakes that will take your breath away!

Teaching

Our young, creative and diverse group of teachers are encouraged to use more fun and interactive methods, making the language more accessible to each student.

Small class sizes

Our classes are held in small classes of around 6 students, providing more teacher-student contact that allows the teacher to focus upon the specific learning needs of each student. Average number of students per class in 2017: 5.

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