1 German language trip, 2 different cities - Vienna und Bamberg
The successful Berlin-Bamberg 2 city program launched by TREFFPUNKT Language Institute offers precisely these opportunities and now they have extended this idea further, offering an additional special program: “Dual destinations: Vienna – Bamberg”. This program links together two European centers of culture and history and offers intensive instruction at 2 specialist German language schools. An entertaining and varied program of activities forms an important part of the learning process at both schools.
Just as in the original program, students opt for a course in German as a foreign language for two weeks or more, staying for at least one week in one place before travelling on to the next. The course is flexible and can start in Bamberg or Vienna according to individual wishes and requirements.
The program can be extended to 4, 6, 8 or more weeks. The continuous revision of the course according to the latest developments in language teaching and the abundance of free time opportunities guarantee an unforgettable language holiday.
Why offer a language program like this?
This is an attractive alternative for those students who are not learning the language purely for professional reasons. Language holidays are often used as a chance to visit attractive tourist destinations and to meet new people. However, with so many different options available, it is often difficult to choose between them. The TREFFPUNKT program combines the charm of the small romantic UNESCO heritage town of Bamberg together with the stimulating atmosphere of big city Vienna, thereby offering the best of both worlds.
Further advantages of the new language program:
- A high standard of teaching in both places
- Standardized teaching methods according to the European framework for languages.
- An attractive leisure programme included in the course fee
- Convenient rail travel through the delightful countryside between Bamberg and Vienna.
Organization and booking is handled by just one of the two centers. Prices start at 911 Euros for 40 teaching hours over 2 weeks – this includes private accommodation. A hotel stay increases the cost to 1141 Euros. Courses start every Monday. For further information, please refer to
TREFFPUNKT Language Institute
D-96047 Bamberg, Deutschland
Tel: +49 (0)951 204404
Fax: +49 (0)951 204474
Contact: Alexandra von Rohr
TREFFPUNKT Language Institute is one of the leading specialists in “German as a foreign language”. Thousands of people from all over the world have already reported favourably on the institute’s level of German knowledge and intercultural competence. In addition it is a language training service provider to several well-known international companies. The institute was founded in 1995 and is situated in Bamberg, Bavaria. It is represented by numerous co-operation partners throughout the world. Further information can be obtained at:
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