Registration is still OPEN for Winter Language Courses.

So, term may have started yesterday but that doesn’t mean you’ve missed out. We’re still taking registrations for our winter term language courses, so, if you’ve been thinking about signing up, make sure you click that register now button!

Now, if you’re reading about our courses for the first time, I’m sure you want to know a little bit more about what you might be getting yourself into, right?

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We have classes to suit every level of ability from the person who’s never spoken a word of German before to the more advanced speaker. We offer both conversation classes, where students work on their oral skills to a standard German lesson involving both written and oral work.

All courses are 10 weeks in length with classes meeting once a week on various times and days. Lessons last for 2.5 hours with a short break in the middle. We have a full staff of highly trained teachers and, once you finish your course and pass your exams, you’ll receive an internationally recognized qualification.

But, why on earth would you want to learn German when you’re living in America? Well, here in the South East there are a ton of German companies with offices in Georgia and the surrounding states and guess what, jobs are opening up at these places all the time. Having German language skills on your resumé will definitely put you head and shoulders above the rest! In fact, we’ve written a nifty guide as to why you should learn German! We’re pretty helpful like that. Check it out by clicking here.

And, if you don’t know what level you’re at, our trusty language director Tim will have a chat with you and work that out! See, no excuses!

So, what are you waiting for? There’s a language course with your name on it, all you have to do is register!

Register Now

If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Call us on 404-892-2388 or email language@german-institute.org.

We look forward to seeing you in a class soon!

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Posted on January 13, 2015, in Language Events and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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