GLS CAMPUS BERLIN
German Courses in Berlin, Germany
GLS CAMPUS BERLIN
German Courses in Berlin, Germany

About GLS CAMPUS BERLIN

GLS offers a prime location in the historic center of Berlin and is the only language school in Germany with its own hotel and a restaurant serving German food.

Classes start every Monday on all levels. Like the Goethe Institut, GLS is official testing center for ZD Zertifikat Deutsch.

PS: In September 2008, GLS has been voted "best German language school in Germany" by educational travel professionals from all 5 continents (Language Travel Magazine Star School awards).

WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?

Average student numbers are 200 per month, with up to 400 in summer
time. The average number per class is 8 students.

Students by age:
18-25 years old = 37%
25-35 years old = 39%
35-50 years old = 15%
+50 years old = 9%

Students nationalities:
West europeans, South Europeans, East europeans Latin americans, Australians, North americans, Asians and Africans.

Facilities

9.000 m² campus with 40 classrooms, 50 studio apartments, cafeteria, restaurant with beer garden and terrace, bookstore.

GLS can accommodate up to 450 students at a time: student numbers in summer are ca. 420, in other months between 280 and 350.

LEISURE

GLS offers after class activities nearly every day. On weekends trips to other cities in Germany are organized.
Visa Information
Available.

How to get there

Available, but very easy (and cheaper) by public transport.

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  • by Spencer Jolly R.
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    The food and accommodation were good, but this is not a course for somebody serious about learning German. The teaching was poor and the focus was definitely on the social life of students. Great late nights out, led by staff from the course - but was that what we were there for? No. We were out too late and too much alcohol was drunk; stupid amounts in my opinion. I would not recommend to anybody wanting to focus on learning German.
    Wednesday, 04 August 2010
  • by Viadas V.
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    Acabo de Regresar de tomar un curso. La primera semana tuve dos maestras en el curso general la primera era Haese y la segunda Uta, laprimera se esforzo en ayudarnos a pronunciar mientras que la segunda no tanto. La segunda semana fue bastante mas lenta con mucho repaso y pocas cosas nuevas que aparender ademas tuve 4 maestras los primeros dos dias Ishis que no podria decir que era buena, los siguientes dias Christine una mastra que daba todas las intrucciones en aleman sin detenerse a explicar. Lo que hacia muy dificiles las cosas, y casi nadie entendia. En la tarde teniamos de nuevo a Uta quien estaba entrenando a una maestra nueva, la cual al sustituyo la sultimas clases y tenia le mismo problema que Christine daba ordenes en aleman que no entendiamos puesto que solo sabiamos hacer preguntas sencillas, decir colores, presentarnos, y mencionar algunos objetos. Por otor lado tenia una amiga en un curso más adelantado (ella estaba en la tercera semana mientras yo cursaba la 2). Dijo que muchos de sus compañeros se fueron porque el curso era muy caro o bien decidieron cambiarse de grupo porque iban muy lento al final de 11 alumnos solo quedaron 3 para la cuarta semana. Además de eso los viajes eran pesiamente organizados, el guia Andreas que nos llevo a Polonia primero se quedo de ver con nosotros en el anden del tren, en vez de la escuela. Lo que es bastante dificil para un estudiante que acaba de llegar y no conoce la ciudad. Cuando llegamos a Polonia le guia no sabia que el restaurante y el museos estaban cerrados y nos llevo a otro lugar para comer y al centro comercial. Al final dos chicas se perdieron y el se quedo mientras el otro guia Jens logor llevarnos de vuelta a Berlin. Por cierto que nunca mencionaron traer pasaporte a los no europeos. Y en todos los viajes dentro de Berlin nos dejaban regresar solos, cuando me queje de eso ya que yo no conocia muy bien la ciudad. EL GLS contesto que era un curso para adultos y que no tenian porque acompañarnos de vuelta. Lo que me parecio extraño porque otras escuelas aun en cursos para adultos si te regresan a la escuela o por lo menos te dan un mapa. Porq
    Monday, 05 July 2010

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