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Find it in FRM: German Courses

There are many options for learning German in FrankfurtRheinMain (FRM), or to brush up or improve your language skills To give you an overview, we have put together some of the most important providers of German courses.

Adult Education Centre (Volkshochschule)

Deutschkurse für Kinder und Erwachsene in Frankfurt RheinMain

The Adult Education Centre (Volkshochschule - vhs) is the most well-known provider of further education programmes with a wide range of courses, including German as a foreign language. Here, you can acquire different language proficiency levels in certified courses. Quite often, you can also attend intensive courses which take place over a short period of time. Since Adult Education Centres are state-funded, the costs are relatively low. You can find German courses at centres in your vicinity using the course selection menu on the VHS-Kursfinder.

You can also use their free online service with online German courses from level A1 - B1.

Goethe-Institut

At the Goethe-Institut e. V. in Frankfurt am Main, you can choose from different German courses depending on your needs. They offer intensive courses, evening and weekend courses, exam preparation and specific work-related German courses. The courses are divided into different levels, and are recognized world-wide. As the Goethe-Institut has branches in many countries all over the world, you can take your first course abroad and then continue in Germany without any problem.

The Goethe-Institut also offers free German practice online.

Other Providers

Of course, there are many other providers of German courses. It can be quite confusing, as public and private institutions offer courses at very different prices. Therefore, it is very important to compare the content and benefits of each individual course before making a decision. Make sure that the course includes a qualification at the end, as you will need proof of this. It will do so if it follows the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Ask your course provider to confirm this.

German Courses for Children and Teenagers

Children and teenagers, whose mother tongue is not German, are offered special language lessons in school and Kindergarten. It is very important that your child has a good knowledge of German as that will enable them to do well at school.

If your child is still in Kindergarten, they will take a language test before they start Primary School in order to provide them with the correct level of support. If your child has already started school, they will be given additional support and specific language lessons to help them learn the language. Once they have finished these, they can switch to regular lessons.

More information on this can be found on the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) website and from your local school authority.

Teenagers who are no longer required to attend school, as well as all young adults up to the age of 27, can learn German in a special integration course. More information on this can also be found on the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees website.

Do you still have questions? Then feel free to contact us any time. Our team speaks many languages and is more than happy to help you.

Useful contacts

At the Goethe-Institut in Frankfurt you will be able to learn enough German for work, for your studies or for just getting by. You can choose between intensive courses (Mon-Fri) and evening classes (twice a week). The lessons are targeted, clearly structured and varied. The course is complemented by an exciting cultural and recreational programme.

District / Cities: City Frankfurt am Main
Diesterwegplatz 72
60594 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: +49 69 961227 0
E-Mail: frankfurt@goethe.de
Website: https://www.goethe.de/frankfurt
We speak: German, English, French, Spanish, Russian, Greek
Costs: Fee-based

The Adult Education Centre of the District of Alzey-Worms offers German courses and integration courses.

District / Cities: District Alzey Worms
Theodor-Heuss-Ring 2
55232 Alzey

Phone: +49 6731 408-6740
E-Mail: kvhs@alzey-worms.de
Website: https://www.kreis-alzey-worms.eu/volkshochschule/
We speak: German
Costs: Partly fee-based

The Volkshochschule Frankfurt am Main (Adult Education Centre Frankfurt am Main) is the largest public further education institution in Hessen. Their programme includes courses in the areas of society, culture, health, languages, work and basic education, as well as other options.
These include courses, seminars, workshops, symposia, guided tours, study tours and exhibitions. The programmes take place in its own venues as well as in schools and classrooms of other organizations. With over 130 full-time employees and more than 1,000 course instructors, the Frankfurt Adult Education Centre organizes around 5,800 events every year.

District / Cities: City Frankfurt am Main
Sonnemannstr. 13
60314 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: +49 69 212 71501
E-Mail: vhs@frankfurt.de
Website: https://vhs.frankfurt.de
We speak: German
Costs: Partly fee-based

The Adult Education Centre of the District of Offenbach is a public institution and adheres to the Hessen Law for Further Education. It enables lifelong learning for people of all ages, regardless of their origin or gender, through a diverse and innovative programme, as well as through a variety of learning processes. Their goals include developing your personality, promoting critical competency in a tolerant learning environment, as well as developing skills to increase self-esteem and self-reliance.

District / Cities: District Offenbach
Frankfurter Str. 160-166
63303 Dreieich

Phone: +49 6103 3131 1313
E-Mail: vhs@kreis-offenbach.de
Website: https://www.vhs-kreis-offenbach.de/
We speak: German, English
Costs: Partly fee-based

The Adult Education Centre in the District of Darmstadt-Dieburg would like to provide everyone with lifelong learning which is as diverse as possible, close to home and affordable. Their programme is diverse and tailored to the needs of the participants. It includes German and other language courses, vocational training, various creative and movement courses, guided tours and lectures on political and health topics, and basic education as well as courses for parents and volunteers. As part of the Hessencampus Darmstadt-Dieburg programme, they also offer free educational counselling, especially for migrants.

District / Cities: District Darmstadt-Dieburg
Albinistr. 23
64807 Dieburg

Phone: +49 (0) 6151 881 2301
E-Mail: vhs@ladadi.de
Website: https://vhs.ladadi.de/
We speak: German, English
Costs: Partly fee-based

The Adult Education Centre of the District of Gießen is a place for education and social interaction.
There you can
learn different languages,
participate in professional development,
experience culture and be creative,
actively do something for your health or
learn about social and political topics.

District / Cities: District Gießen
Kreuzweg 33
vhs-Haus Lich
35423 Lich

Phone: +49 (0)641 9390 5700
E-Mail: kvhs.giessen@lkgi.de
Website: https://www.vhs-kreis-giessen.de/
We speak: German, English, French
Costs: Partly fee-based

The Adult Education Centre in the city of Offenbach is the first point of contact for the local community regarding questions and advice on further education. The courses provide support for work (e.g. foreign languages, IT skills including SAP, communication and rhetoric, and soft skills), promote health (e.g. gymnastics, yoga, massage and preventative measures), and also support personal development in your free time (e.g. photography, art, pottery, cooking and theatre). In the self-study centre, students can learn using self-study programmes and, in principal, they can also learn how to use digital media.
Specific target groups are also catered for (e.g. children and teenagers, active senior citizens, skilled workers in the educational field and volunteers).
In addition, the courses for learning German are officially recognized as integration courses by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.

District / Cities: City Offenbach am Main
Berliner Str. 77
63065 Offenbach am Main

Phone: +49 (0) 69 8065 3141
E-Mail: vhs@offenbach.de
Website: https://www.offenbach.de/bildung/vhs/index.php
We speak: German, English, Turkish, Italian, Polish, Russian
Costs: Fee-based

We are a place to go for education and culture, and also just to meet up. We offer intensive courses, weekend training courses, long-term learning groups and lectures on various topics, such as languages, society, culture, health, work and career, and basic education.
Our work is characterised by our highly professional employees. As an examination centre for the recognition of certificates, we are able to issue course participants with proof of acquired knowledge in different fields of learning. We also facilitate access to the job market through professional qualifications and special measures.

District / Cities: City Worms
Willy-Brandt-Ring 5
Neusatzschule
67547 Worms

Phone: +49 (0)62541 853 4256
E-Mail: vhs@worms.de
Website: https://www.vhs-worms.de/
We speak: German, English, Italian
Costs: Partly fee-based