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Learning German in Germany

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While staying in Germany you will learn the German language automatically. Here you will find information on the ways to improve your German skills on site.

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Improving Your German

Whether in everyday life, with a language partner, or at home on the computer: there are many ways to improve your German. The best options at a glance.

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Language and Short Courses in Germany

Here you can choose from over 350 courses. Most courses take place during the summer break. A number of courses are also offered in the winter months.

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Higher Education Compass ("Hochschulkompass")

At the information portal of the German Rectors' Conference (HRK) German universities publish daily information about their study and doctoral programmes as well as their international cooperation.

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