In part 1 you will move beyond everyday interactions in German to discuss Germany’s political system, social affairs and media habits.
You’ll also learn to make travel arrangements, read travel guides and discuss places of interest, ideal for your next holiday or business trip. You’ll revise and practice using the perfect tense and cases, before moving onto connective, reflexive and modal verbs.
We teach in small groups, so you can explore the language in more detail and participate in discussions and debates.
The first of three upper intermediate modules, you’ll start working towards high CEFR B1 level of the Common European Framework Reference of language learning.
Who is it for?
You should be communicating at CEFR A2/B1 level or have studied formally for at least 120 hours. You may have completed our lower intermediate syllabus, have a good GCSE or a rusty A-level. See the eligibility section.
Find out more about our Learn German with City short courses courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Part 1 gives you the opportunity to see what it’s like to learn at this level, without needing to commit to the full year
- Our trained and native speakers provide first-hand cultural insights
- Learn at a prestigious London university as part of a small group.