German immersion at the Goethe - Junior
Thanks to our exclusive partnership with the Goethe-Institut, further your child’s German language success outside of the traditional classroom.
For children and teenagers
We organize your child's language stay at the Goethe.
In group (on campus)
Stimulating and fun group courses for maximum progress.
2 to 8 weeks
You choose the duration that suits you best.
Beginner to intermediate (A1 to B2)
Courses available from beginner to intermediate level.
In Germany at the Goethe-Institut
Discover Germany, its regions and its culture.
A trusted leader
With more than 60 years of experience and 14 institutes in Germany, the Goethe-Institut, our exclusive partner, is the market leader in German language courses.
For maximum progression, all learning and classes are held in German for the entire duration of the program.
Learning while having fun
Speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar are linked in a meaningful way through, for example, role-playing, interviews or group projects.
Excursion trips in Germany, which are an integral part of the curriculum, allow students to practice the German they have learned in class.
Language immersion at the Goethe-Institut for rapid progress
The Goethe-Institut's language schools in Germany offer an exciting variety of immersion programs for children and teenagers. This proven learning method, in which all classes are held in German, allows students to quickly improve their speaking and listening skills. Every moment is dedicated to speaking, listening and experiencing the German language and culture.
Students immerse themselves in the culture of Germany's most picturesque regions while participating in exciting extracurricular programs such as visits to museums and exhibitions, concerts, theater, movies and many other fun activities. Grammar and vocabulary are acquired through everyday activities such as playing soccer or ordering a meal in a local restaurant.
Students quickly gain confidence in their learning abilities and language skills.
Progress is made through playful activities and by living the German language in everyday life.
Students will be able to certify their language skills directly at the Goethe-Institut in Germany.
Students are in contact with other learners of their age from all over the world.