German language courses in Frankfurt

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hello all,

 

i am also new in this forum and would like to thank miracle for the generous information.

If anyone knows where to learn intensive deutsch for B1 + Beruf or for getting the certificate for B2 Prufung.. kindly let me know

 

thanks heaps

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Hello,

Im also looking for a good german language school.I wanted to know if taking german at Goethe institute is better than taking one at Frankfurt university as i saw that the university too offered german language courses.Also if i do enroll in a course at Goethe, which is say a 2 months course, will i just be preparing for a single level the entire 2 months(just A1 in 2 months)?

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Hi, 

A few pages back someone asked about Eifert but I didn't see a reply to this.

Does anyone have any experience with Eifert?


My employer said they will pay for me to have training there but I would like to know how they are.

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I would not support Berlitz by giving them money. They pay peanuts. Here in Austria they pay 15 Euros an hour.

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Berlitz is such a shady company. They pay 15 Euros here, that is with no insurance, benefits, pension etc. Also, they don't want their teachers to work for other people.

 

I would avoid them at all costs. Berliz, CEF/KERN, Inlingua ...all trash

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