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German Evening Courses in Berlin - Online or in person

Learn German in the Evening at levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2

Learn German while working or studying:

No time during the day, but you still want to improve your German language skills? German Evening Coursesonline or in person – are our alternative to intensive courses.

Our German evening courses are individually tailored to each class, helping enhance your language abilities through a personalised training program. With the latest methods and teaching materials, combined with highly qualified, experienced teachers with degrees in German as a foreign language, you will see results in no time!

German evening courses at levels A1 - C2

  • Lessons per week
    on-site: 4 x 45 min.
    online: 4 x 45 min.
  • Group size
    on-site: 6 - 14 students
    online: 6 - 12 students
  • Course start
    on-site: every 2nd week
    online: every 2nd week
  • Days
    on-site: Mon+Wed or Tue+Thur
    online: Mon+Wed or Tue+Thur
  • Time
    on-site: 6.00 - 7.30 pm
    online: 6.00 - 7.30 pm or 7.40 - 9.10 pm
  • Course levels
    on-site: A1 - C2
    online: A1 - C2

Which course material is used in our German evening course?

In our German Evening Courses use we use textbooks from the Schubert-Verlag, that need to be additionally purchased at the beginning of the course. Depending on course level, the textbooks "Spektrum" and "Erkundungen" are currently used. You can order the books on the pubblisher‘s website or from the Buchbox (bookstore in Berlin). Alternatively, you can also buy the books in our office (cash only).

Additionally, our teachers also create their own teaching materials, that will be distributed as photocopies for free.

How long does one level of the German evening courses last?

The duration of a complete level takes between 24-40 weeks. However, it will also depend on each participant, how much time he/she will need, pace of a certain group etc.

Free offers for our German course participants

  • ✓ written and oral placement exam
  • ✓ individual certification (upon request)
  • ✓ free WiFi
  • ✓ our own beach volleyball court
  • ✓ community book exchange shelf
  • ✓ free culture program (with the exception of entrance fees)
  • ✓ assistance searching for accommodation in Berlin

Registration process for German evening courses

  • A1.1 absolute beginners

    1. Click on reserve.
    2. Fill out the registration form (1 min.)
    3. You will instantly receive a confirmation.
    4. Pay € 50 registration fee: place reserved.
    5. Pay for as many weeks as you want (extendable).
    6. Start of the course!
  • A1.2-C2 with previous knowledge

    1. Click on reserve.
    2. Fill out the registration form (1 min.).
    3. You will instantly receive a confirmation.
    4. You will receive the link to the placement test by email. (Alternatively, you can do the placement test directly at our school, without appointment).
    5. You take the placement test (approx. 20 min.).
    6. You do the placement Zoom call (approx. 10 min.).
    7. You will get our referral to a course.
    8. Pay € 50 registration fee / prepayment: place reserved.
    9. Pay for as many weeks as you want (extendable).
    10. Start of the course!

    With previous knowledge it is possible to join an ongoing course every 2nd Monday.
    Please register 1-2 weeks before the desired start of the course.

When does the next German evening course start?

  • On-site course start without previous knowledge (A1.1): 
    05.08.24 (Mon + Wed, 18:00 - 19:30)
  • On-site course start with previous knowledge (A1.2 - C2):
    flexible according to placement exam and availability 
  • Online course start without previous knowledge (A1.1): 
    09.07.24 (Tue + Thu, 18:00 - 19:30) 
  • Online course start with previous knowledge (A1.2 - C2):
    flexible according to placement exam and availability 

Prices of our German evening courses

4 weeks
125 €
115 €
8 weeks
240 €
220 €
345 €
315 €
New students pay an additional one-time registration fee of € 50.

What course options for the German evening course do we offer?