German Evening Course
Make use of the evening hours and keep your mind active
If you have a busy work schedule then the German Evening Course might be the right one for you. In a group, you learn German one or two evenings per week. The course content is concentrated and goal-oriented, you learn in an interactive and communicative way. The course also provides preparation for German exams.
The German Evening Course is running continuously throughout the year at all levels, i.e. A1, A2, B1, B2, and C1. At the end of each level, you are welcome to prepare for an official telc exam. This is an important document which may be required by your employer, German university entry, or government authorities. Or it might simply add to your accomplishments.
It is essential that the lesson content in the evening classes is rich in variety and you learn the language in an interactive and communicative way. Your attention span may be low since your day has already been filled with work and other tasks. Therefore the activities in the evening courses are engaging and lively, keeping your energy up while you learn. With only two evenings per week, our participants are usually able to complete one level in just 8 weeks – now that is pretty fast!
German Evening Course – At a Glimpse
times Monday – Friday from 18.30 to 21.00 (3 lesson units x 45 minutes)
duration from 8 weeks; option of 1 to 2 evenings per week
levels from A1 to C1
begin weekly / fixed start dates for beginners
number of participants group of 4 to 10 participants
location Hohenzollernplatz 5, Munich / Schwabing
course material course books and worksheets according to individual level
examinations preparation for all Telc exams, DSH and TestDaF Telc exams available directly at the language school
fee reductions students of Munich universities, interns, and aupairs
other services placement tests, confirmation of participation certificates
From 220 Euro for one level
1 evening per week
8 weeks 220 Euro
10 weeks 275 Euro
16 weeks 420 Euro
20 weeks 520 Euro
2 evenings per week
8 weeks 420 Euro
10 weeks 520 Euro
16 weeks 820 Euro
20 weeks 1020 Euro
German Evening Courses in Munich
Finding a perfect balance between work and life is not easy. Your family, career, social life, sports, and hobbies fill your time to the brim with tasks and obligations. So when it comes to learning or improving a language, it could be another challenge in your timetable.
We are aware of how demanding your daily schedule is, and therefore we pay special attention to flexibility and availability. Our passion is languages, our priority is making it easy for you. Effective yet enjoyable, that´s the way to learn with us.
Enrolment and Course Times
Prior to enrolment into a German course, you take a placement test (available online) and discuss your goals and objectives. This enables us to determine your current level and find out what your needs and requirements are for the language course. In order to best help you achieve your aims, we provide the most appropriate course and learning solutions.
German Evening courses usually take place on weekdays from 18.30 to 21.00, once or twice a week. Advanced participants can join the current courses at any time. Beginners at level A1.1 start the courses on fixed dates.
Please contact our office for course times and dates. We speak German, English, Italian and Greek for your convenience.
Even After Work – Creativity Keeps Your Mind Active
In the evening it is even more important than in other daytime German courses to activate the energy and structure the lessons in varied, lively, and communicative way. After all, your work is done for the day, and you don´t want to face more tasks and obligations.
All language skills are trained in engaging and lively activities in the evening classes. Practice in reading and writing is equally important, however the main focus is on listening and speaking – active communication is always priority in learning a language.
The textbooks used in the course are proficient and up-to-date, additional material such as copies and worksheets are provided by our language trainers during the evening course and are included in the price.
Your German Evening Language Course Trainer
All our language trainers in the German Evening classes are either native or bilingual speakers. This we guarantee, and it is utmost important to us. We believe that a second language cannot be conveyed to a learner better than by a mother-tongue speaker. Apart from that, all our trainers have an academic background and years of professional teaching experience.
The group of participants in the evening classes may vary depending on the season. On the average it is between 4 to 10 participants.
German Evening courses also prepare you for telc, DSH and TestDaF examinations. Alinguas Munich is an officially recognized telc examination centre, as well as one of the few university competence centers in Munich. You can take telc exams directly in the language school after completing the evening course, with very easy registration either online or directly at our office. Since you are already familiar with the classrooms, you will feel more at ease taking the exams in an known environment. Incidentally, our participants score above average in the telc exams. We are very proud of that!
Combination Options: Evening Course combined with other Course Formats
You have the option to combine your German course with other course formats. This is possible without any additional costs and time-consuming bureaucracy. For example, while you´re already attending a German evening course, you can book occasional individual lessons, where you focus on specific topics, or Business German to tackle your work-related communication objectives, or lessons to improve your pronunciation.
Many of our participants start with an intensive course or crash course. The main purpose is to quickly acquire the basics and get familiarized with the German language. Once the students reach the ability to communicate at a basic level, they sometimes change to the evening class to better accommodate their busy schedule.
Varying the type of courses is also good for your study progress. It energizes your learning pace and gets things moving. You meet new participants and get to know other language trainers – the change gets you out of the old routine into a fresh new start.
Do you still have more questions?
Contact us or come and visit our office at Hohenzollernplatz 5 in Munich.
Your Dialog by Alinguas Language School Munich Team