German intensive course A1a with theatre methods offers you a unique opportunity to learn German with methods used in the world of theatre and acting. This course covers all skills required in A1a level, so you can switch to “regular” classes afterwards. However, instead of learning by heart you will be learning German by “doing” ...
Visa - German Course in Germany
If you need to apply for a visa, you should contact the German Embassy or a German Consulate. They will inform you of the requirements you have to meet.
In some countries, you may be asked to prove that you already have knowledge of German and may even be requested to pay your language course fees in advance. If a visa is granted, you will have to attend classes regularly. Please note that you have to sign up for at least 20-25 hours per week.
If you are not granted a visa, please send us a copy of the negative reply given by the Embassy.
One of the many requirements for the granting of a student visa is the school enrolment confirmation. Sprachenatelier Berlin will send you this confirmation upon receipt of your enrolment and deposit of 50 Euro.
The Sprachenatelier Berlin cannot guarantee the granting of a student visa or in any way influence the outcome or duration of your visa application.
Addresses of all German Embassies: