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DIE NEUE SCHULE was founded in 1984 and is today one of the largest and most renowned language schools in Berlin. More than 1000 participants from more than 40 countries study here throughout the year. Centrally located in the green, relaxing district of Wilmersdorf, DIE NEUE SCHULE offers a wide range of courses in German as a foreign language.

Music Production Alumnae Spotlight: Zatina Gardner
Tuesday March 26, 2019

Music Production Alumna talks singing gospel in church to performing at the Apollo Theatre Meet Zatina. She’s a recent graduate with serious ambition. We interviewed Zatina at the last alumni mixer and gleaned so much positive insight into her experience in the music industry. Zatina shares the importance of always staying true to your vision […]

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Individually combinable intensive courses, evening courses, and private lessons take place all year round at all levels in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The in-house examinations at level B1, B2 or C1, as well as the university examination telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule, can be taken directly at the school. Applicants are comprehensively prepared for the respective examination in the telc Deutsch C1 University Preparation Course or in the TestDaF Course.
If German is not enough for you: DIE NEUE SCHULE also offers English, Spanish, and Italian in intensive courses, semi-intensive courses, weekend intensive courses, evening courses, and private lessons.

The Importance of a Great Reference
Wednesday April 17, 2019

Our Career Development team is a great resource, know them and know them well. We’ve all been there. You’re on the cusp of graduation and have begun the job application process. You scan down to the line item on an application asking for references. You squirm. Stress sweat sets in and you ruminate about all […]

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DIE NEUE SCHULE focuses on quality: All teachers are native speakers and hold an additional didactic qualification in addition to their university degree. As far as study and test-taking strategies are concerned, the heads of our German and our English departments will be glad to assist you with advice and support.

Languages are spoken. This is why every language training is communicative and interactive. Grammatical exercises, reading, and writing are important components of every course, but they are not ends in themselves. They always aim to improve active speaking skills.

Don’t miss the varied leisure and cultural programme with three to four free events per week: weekend excursions, visits to museums, regulars’ tables and city walks. These are wonderful opportunities to get to know Berlin and meet other students from DIE NEUE SCHULE. All activities are accompanied linguistically by German teachers.

German Language Course Visa
Tuesday October 23, 2018

You need a German language course visa if you’ve been confirmed as a participant in a non-academic German language course, lasting 3-12 months, covering at least 18 hours of lessons each week. This course shouldn’t be predestined to prepare you for further university studies in Germany. A German language course visa is valid initially for […]

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For those who need centrally located accommodations in Berlin, a modern apartment or nice host families are available.

The NEUE SCHULE staff will be happy to help you plan your language course and advise you not only in German, but also in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Danish, Korean or Japanese.



Intensive Course
Intensive Plus
Intensive Special
telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule preparation
TestDaF preparation
English/ Spanish/ Italian-Courses
Culture and Leisure

DIE NEUE SCHULE Gieselerstr. 30A D-10713 Berlin
Tel.: +49 – 30 – 873 03 73
Fax: +49 – 30 – 873 86 13
E-Mail: info@neueschule.de
Subway station
U7, U3, Fehrbelliner Platz

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