REGISTER NOW: Winter German Language Courses

Looking for a new challenge in the new year? Maybe you want to expand your knowledge, boost your brain power or simply pick up a new hobby? How about learning German? Registration is now open for our winter German language courses – want to know more? Read on below!

Winter Quarter Language Courses:
January 16 – March 26, 2018
10 and 5 Week Courses

Learning a language can have many benefits:

Stave off dementia: it’s a proven fact that being bilingual helps to stave off dementia! Keeping your brain healthy and active is one of the most important things you can do and what better way to do it than to learn German, right?

Expand your mind: when learning German you’re not just learning a language, you’re learning about the culture and traditions of another country, and believe us when we say Germany has a lot of exciting traditions that are still going strong today! We’re guessing there are a few you would like to be involved with!

To Boost your Intelligence: research shows that speaking a second language makes you more intelligent and who doesn’t want to me more intelligent? Students who study foreign languages tend to score better in standardized tests than monolingual students, especially in math, reading and vocabulary. Foreign language learners also show greater cognitive development in areas like mental flexibility, creativity and higher order thinking skills such as problem-solving, conceptualizing and reasoning. It boosts your memory skills and your children can massively benefit too – the younger you learn, the greater the impact on your intelligence. Children who have studied a language at the elementary level score higher on tests in reading, language arts, and math. It’s also said learning a second language can stave off dementia and keep your brain active for longer. It’s a no-brainer!

To Sharpen your Life Skills: learning a language can sharpen your life skills. Those who learn a language can deal with unfamiliar cultural ideas, they are much better equipped to adapt and cope in a fast-changing world. They are more confident, they learn to effectively handle new situations quickly and easily. They become more tolerant to diverse lifestyles, cultures and customs and their ability to understand and communicate with people from different walks of life is also massively increased.

 

Ready to start learning something new or continue with your German studies to become that super fluent German speaker who’s wowing the locals on a trip to Germany? Take at look at the courses we have on offer – there’s something for everyone from standard courses to cultural courses, short courses to intensive!

And if you register before January 2, 2018 you’ll receive an earlybird discount – don’t miss out on that one, especially after the expenses of the holiday season!

Ready to sign up? Just click the link below!

Full Quarter (10 Weeks): $390.00 members, $450.00 non-members
Full Quarter Earlybird: $365.00 (Ends January 2)
Half Quarter (5 Weeks): $195.00 members, $255.00 non-members
Intensive: $950.00 members, $1080.00 non-members
Short Courses: $260.00 members, $310.00 non-members
Short Course Earlybird: $230.00 (Ends January 2)

We look forward to seeing you in class!

PLEASE NOTE: When registering for a 5 week class, you will be joining an exisiting 10 week course at the half way point.

 

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