germanyround

Why learn German?

  • Germany is one of the nations that founded the EU. For this reason, German is the official language within the governing bodies of Europe.
  • It is the mother language of 100 million people and it is spoken officially in 3 european countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland as well as in several parts of North Italy.
  • It is the second most favourite choice, after English, at the Departments of Foreign Languages and Literature in the greek universities. The german universities feature among the most competitive of the world.
  • The german economy is the locomotive of Europe, while Germany is the most important trading partner of Greece. The significance of the german language in trading and technology is undeniable. The headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) is in Frankfurt.
  • Germany is the country with the highest number of exports worldwide (automotive, pharmaceutical and chemical industries).
  • It is among the most populated countries in Europe and features among the most developed countries in the world (member of G8)
  • More than 30% of websites is in German
  • A significant number (40%) of tourists visiting Greece every year comes from German-speaking countries
  • The german language shares common grammatical, syntactical and logical features with the greek one.

Classes

Α1 3 hours/week (*40 weeks) Total 120 teaching hours
Α2 3 hours/week (*40 weeks) Total 120 teaching hours
Β1 3 hours/week (*40 weeks) Total 120 teaching hours
Β2 4 hours/week (*40 weeks) Total 160 teaching hours
C1 4 hours/week (*40 weeks) Total 160 teaching hours
C2 4 hours/week (*40 weeks) Total 160 teaching hours