German is not only the most important Swiss national language – the German language area is home to many economically central companies. Those able to speak German are thus clearly advantaged. Whether you wish to polish up and improve your knowledge, or whether learning German is a new challenge for you – we offer a vast choice of courses, among which you will surely find what suits you best. Before starting a course, we will assess your language knowledge in order to place you in the correct level.
Advantages of Private Courses
Private courses are geared to your needs. Language level as well as learning speed are tailored to your requirements, so that you are sure to reach your best goals. Furthermore, you can decide which topics you want to work on and for how long you would like to attend the course. The four skills Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing are trained as equally as possible. In a private course, you will be able to talk a lot and any doubts can be solved easily. The inhibition threshold is particularly low, which leads to a successful learning process. Our team of teachers will lend you our support, in order to allow you to improve your language skills in a pleasant learning atmosphere, or to prepare yourself for a language certificate on all levels (A1 to C1).
There are certificates on all levels (A1 to C1) for learners of German, which are offered by the Goethe Institut. If you wish to learn more about other available certificates, you can find more information on the website of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (Website in German): Europäischen Referenzrahmen
Choose the subscription that suits you best. Deferred payment is available starting from 20 lessons.
|Number of Lessons (45min each)||Price/Lesson|
|10 lessons||59 CHF|
|20 lessons||55 CHF|
|30 lessons||53 CHF|
|40 lessons||49 CHF|
Every day of your course, you will be taught for two lessons. The course book (50.- CHF) is not included in the price of the course.
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