Study German in Munich with EF and experience the bustling student life of Germany’s 3rd largest city. EF Munich is situated in the Schwabing district, where the city’s medieval architecture blends with a vibrant young scene. Our German courses in...
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Study German in Munich with EF and experience the bustling student life of Germany’s 3rd largest city. EF Munich is situated in the Schwabing district, where the city’s medieval architecture blends with a vibrant young scene. Our German courses in Munich place students only a few blocks from the Englischer Garten, the city’s massive green space where locals go to play soccer and have picnic lunches.As an EF Munich student you’ll be placed in our small language courses, personalized to fit your needs and proficiency level. Interacting with locals is important and we offer special interest classes with a local flavor so you’ll be fully acquainted with German culture. Our recently renovated school features a student lounge, garden and an activities office that will point you to the best that Munich has to offer. Our EAQUALS certification reflects the excellent academic environment and high level of personal attention that EF’s German courses in Munich provide.
Since 1965, EF has helped people of all ages and nationalities become citizens of the world. Our continuing mission is to open the world through education for people around the globe – and you’ll notice our commitment to quality and excellence from the very first moment you contact us.
Customize your course:
- Reside at a screened local host home or in the EF residence, an international dorm
- Select the intensity of your studies and special interest classes that interest you most
- Start any Monday or join a gap year intake
- Live like a local and experience the secret hot spots of a new city, hosted by EF staff - our local experts!
You can earn US college credit for any intensive course through our partner in education, the University of Montana. Transfer your courses back to any US university or add to your applications or resume. Contact the US based admissions team to start planning your study abroad adventure
- Academic Year
- January Term
- Short Term
- Spring Break
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Culinary Arts
- Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
- Foreign Languages and Literatures
- Germanic Languages, Literature
- German Language, Literature
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