DID means deutsch in deutschland - German in Germany - and this is our motto since the establishing of the company in 1970. For more than 40 years we only focus on teaching German as a Foreign Language, and today more than ever we are convinced about the future prospects of our goal: The easiest way to study the German language is here with us in Germany! Because studying deutsch in deutschland means learning the language and getting to know our culture at the same time – our everyday and business life – exciting cities and many different types of countryside. To study German at did deutsch-institut also means discovering Germany.
DID Deutsch-Institut is situated between the Hackeschen Markt and Friedrichstrasse, a lively district with many bars, cafés, cinemas and theatres. The partner school is located in a quiet side street. The school has bright and spacious classrooms, a cafeteria with snack and beverage vending machines, and a study centre with modern study materials.
DID Deutsch-Institut is located in Sachsenhausen, one of the loveliest districts in Frankfurt, and only 10 minutes away from the 'Museumsufer'. The school has seven large and modernly-appointed classrooms, a cafeteria with internet café and vending machines for beverages. There is also a self-study centre with modern study materials and a multimedia room with computers.
DID Deutsch-Institut is housed in an historic, art-deco style building, in the heart of Hamburg. There is a large 200 m2 terrace with a fantastic view overlooking the Binnenalster and the Jungfernstieg with its warehouses, shopping, restaurants and hotels. The school has bright and spacious classrooms, a number of multimedia rooms with 60 computers connected to the internet, a big library with a large selection of study materials, and a large cafeteria with vending machines for beverages and snacks.
A German language trip to Munich with the DID Deutsch-Institut takes you to the heart of the Bavarian capital. The school is situated just a few minutes on foot from the main station and the well-loved Karlsplatz, which the people of Munich call 'Stachus'. The school is surrounded by many restaurants, cafés, shops and public transport stops. There is capacity for 220 students, who are taught in 11 classrooms with a maximum of 15 participants per class. All rooms are bright and fully-equipped with the most modern technology.