German is one of the most popular languages taken on evening classes in London. It’s often a choice for people planning a trip to Germany or Austria, but also for people who want to work in the German-speaking world, settle in one of its many countries, or master its rich cultural heritage. German is related to English and belongs to the same family, making it easier for native English speakers to pick up.
CLIE’s German courses are suitable for beginners and re-enrollers aged 18+. A language assessment is provided to help place students on the right course level for their experience, motivation and goals.
The Goethe-Institut offers more traditional German lessons, and certificates of attendance are available for the more advanced learners. Lessons take place in the evening and are taught by qualified teachers. Students of this type tend to be university students or professionals, and come from a range of different backgrounds.
DeutschAkademie’s free German learning app is a great option for those looking to start or re-enter the language, but is less structured than more dedicated paid options like Babbel or Duolingo. However, it’s a good alternative to the popular apps and provides plenty of vocabulary and grammar exercises and audio.
LSI’s central location in London means that it’s within easy walking distance to some of the city’s most famous landmarks, such as the British Museum and Soho’s clubs and shops. Its classrooms are comfortable and the school offers a range of supplementary materials to aid student learning, including texts with audio samples for spelling and pronunciation, podcasts and quizzes. German courses London