German language school in Frankfurt, Germany
Learning a new language means entering a new world, and at TANDEM Frankfurt we want to share this adventure with you. Our goal is to provide everything our students need, in order to learn German in a natural and unique way. We are curious; we look for new ways to teach languages and allow people from different cultures and mentalities to be in touch with each other. We are very interested in cultural exchanges and quality teaching.
TANDEM Frankfurt is an international German language school that welcomes thousands of students from different cultures every year. Most of the students stay in Frankfurt, increasing the possibilities for foreign students to join the local culture both inside and outside of school. We offer German courses for all levels, as well as an advisory service to obtain visas and accommodations. We take care of each student individually; our classes are full of activities to practice the German language, mostly learning it with great humor. Our levels correspond to the Referenzrahmen des Europarats (CEF). We are authorized by the TestDaf Institute; our students can be prepared for different types of certification exams and for university access.
In TANDEM Frankfurt we want our students to know the most interesting aspects of German life. We offer a complete program of cultural and sports activities. Our team of professionals is always available to help and answer individual questions. We are a big family and we make our students feel welcome and at home.
Our school is located in the center of Frankfurt, in a quiet but accessible area of the city. It can be reached by metro or on foot. Just a few meters away, you will find the historic center of Frankfurt. There you can walk and enjoy the artistic heritage of the city, including the cathedral and the town hall. Shops, cafes and art galleries surround the Square. If you are eager to learn German in a friendly and familiar environment, you have found the perfect school for your success.
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Your accommodation in Frankfurt
We have everything in hand to find the perfect accommodation for you! Would you like to practice your German outside the classroom and immerse yourself into the German culture and life? Then we have a great offer for you; share an apartment with German hosts (breakfast or half-board may be available). Alternatively, you can share an apartment with another student from our German courses. If you prefer a hotel or a hostel accommodation, please contact us!
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Activities and Excursions
Besides teaching the German language, one of our main goals is to familiarize our students with Germany, its culture, history, economics and any trending topics. With this goal in mind, we organize activities on a weekly basis on various topics relating to German culture and life. Visits to the main sights of Frankfurt such as the historic center, Goethehaus, Paulskirche (the seat of the first German parliament) and museums are examples of our cultural program.
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Why study German in Frankfurt?
Frankfurt is one of the most important metropolises of Germany, and one of the great financial and economic centers of Europe. Located in the center of the country, it is the fifth largest city in Germany. Thanks to its central location and having the third most important airport in Europe, it is very easy to reach. It is also home to the most important book fair in the world, and the Frankfurt Motor Show, the largest in this sector.
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We offer combined German courses in different locations. You can start your German course in TANDEM Frankfurt and continue in one of our partner schools in Bielefeld, Bremen, Cologne, Berlin, Göttingen, Hamburg and Munich.
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Germany is a culture-rich country with an extensive history and a bright society. It has abundant traditions which attract millions of visitors to Oktoberfest in Munich, or Carnival in Cologne.
The German language often gets labeled as a very difficult language to learn. Although German is not a Romance language like some of its European neighbors, there are many benefits and unexpected surprises learning this seemingly challenging language.