CDC Munich – Intensive German

Minimum age: 16
Levels: All
Lessons per week: 24 German lessons + 2 workshops
Duration: 1 week+
Start Dates: every Monday/ for beginners: April 4/ May 2/ May 30/ July 4/ August 1/ September 5/ October 4/ October 31/ November 28/

CDC Munich – Crash German

Minimum age: 16
Levels: All
Lessons per week: 24 German lessons + 2 workshops + 5/ 10 one-to-one teaching units
Duration: 1 week+
Start Dates: every Monday

CDC Munich – TestDaF, Telc B1 – C1 Preparation

Minimum age: 16
Levels: All
Lessons per week: 20 lessons - TestDaF or 7,5 lessons - Telc
Duration: 4 weeks
Start Dates: on request, TestDaF May 16/ August 15/ September 12/ Oktober 10/



Carl Duisberg Centre is a high-quality service provider in the areas of international training and qualifications. Life-long learning is central to its promotion by providing students with professional language courses, intercultural training and wonderful experiences abroad and work-related training.

The courses provided are aimed at all age groups and life stages, from students exploring the world for the first time to professionals who would like to improve their skills for future employability. The school also has a widespread network to serve customers wherever they may be around the world.

The core values are centred around the following five elements: Connecting people, cultures and countries, working together to reach a common aim, serving the public good while remaining economically viable and working with top quality standards.

The language courses are professional, targeted and effective so that students can achieve their learning goals. All of the material, as well as teaching methods, are comprehensive and personalised so that a perfect environment can be created, which paves the way for a successful learning experience.

The school has locations in four different parts of Germany, with each city having its character and history. These locations are Berlin, Cologne, Munich and Radolfzell on Lake Constance. Participants choose if they would like to study in one area of Germany or to change to a different city.


Munich is a city that combines innovation and tradition to create a mixture of ‘Laptops and Lederhosen’. It is the principal city of Bavaria and has 1.3 million residents, which makes it the third-largest city in Germany. Overall, it is an important economic location, a town with many universities and a famous city for tourists.

The Carl Duisberg Centre is located close to the centre of Munich and is easily reached using public transport. Residence for students and the school is based in the same building. The training centre consists of 21 classrooms, a language lab and a student lounge. Vending machines are full of snacks and drinks. A cafeteria is also open, which provides small meals and drinks in the mornings.


Munich is primarily known for the Oktoberfest, Bayern Munich FC and the Allianz Arena. It also has many internationally recognised museums such as the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Deutsches Museum.

Right next to the school is the famous Olympic Park and Olympic Stadium. Within reach are also Munich University, the Schwabing student district and the English Garden. The English Garden is known for being one of the largest parks in the world. Students will be able to explore Munich and its many beer gardens for a refreshing day out in the town.


The leisure program is included with the total cost of the German course. Depending on the activities, additional fees may apply.

Group Activities
There are group activities offered to students every week. This is focused on the exploration of Munich while making friends and using German outside of the classroom. Students can take part in many activities such as visiting museums, sporting events, guided tours and enjoying meals with fellow students.

Special Munich activities include a visit to the Olympic Stadium, barbeque picnics on the Isar River, attending football matches, sledging excursions and full-day trips to Salzburg and Lake Chiemsee.

Culinary Excursions
Something significant to Munich is its culinary culture which in some aspects is different from that of other cities in Germany. Students will be able to discover various Bavarian dishes in traditional inns or beer gardens. Some local specialities include Obatzda (Camembert spread, onions and spices), Weisswurst (Bavarian sausage with sweet mustard), or possibly try the roast pork with dumplings and red cabbage. This is all complimented with a classical Bavarian beer.

School Facilities:
  • 21 classrooms
  • Language Lab
  • Cafeteria
  • Tea and coffee
  • Student lounge
  • Free Internet access and Wi-Fi
  • High standard teacher qualifications
  • Qualified teaching staff to make sure you are learning the right things
  • Registration fee
  • Confirmation of booking and receipt of payment for visa
  • Placement test
  • Welcome package
  • Learning material both physical and online
  • Regular progress tests with feedback from teachers
  • Leisure and cultural activities
  • Assistance and support for any administration problems and also in case of emergency
  • International certificate of participation