Sign Up For German Lessons From The Most Authentic Place In The City

    What Makes It Awesome

    If you’ve been wanting to try out some new classes, we say you enroll yourself in the German course at Goethe Institute in Delhi. It will add to your skills, network and list of opportunities in ways you cannot even imagine.

    Learning German is for school kids, the college crowd or even working professionals. If you’ve been dreaming about studying abroad, Germany has a lot of scholarships to offer. Moreover, knowing a foreign language like German will not only give you an edge if you apply to a reputed MNC but may also mean that job opportunities in Germany may open up for you! Plus, the added advantage is that you’ll be networking, learning and gaining a certificate from the course.

    They offer two courses, one that lasts for 20 weeks (extensive), while the other course crunches that syllabus to 12 weeks (intensive). However, we’d opt for the 20-week course, given the fact that the 12-week course is academically heavy but hey, you do you. Moreover, the extensive course requires you to attend classes twice or thrice a week at Max Muller Bhavan, and the intensive course would mean attending classes from Monday to Friday. However, bear in mind that they start their extensive course classes twice a year: once in January and once in July. That’s why you should keep an eye on the release of the registration forms. The courses would cost you between INR 20,000 to INR 23,000. 

    You can register yourself online through their website. 

    Pro-Tip

    Since it can be difficult for everyone to go and attend these classes, they are going digital with a few online courses and all those who enrolled themselves can attend these. It may take them some time for the staff to explore this new digital venture but we're sure with time, it will get more organised. Knowing another language is always a good thing, and when you have a reputed place like Goethe Institute certifying you, we say you enroll yourself already!

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