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Hier finden Sie Deutschkurse in Frankfurt RheinMain, Infos zur Sprache und wie wichtig sie für den Beruf ist.

Find it in FRM: German classes in FRM

FrankfurtRheinMain has many options available to learn German or to brush up or improve your language skills. We have composed a selection of the major providers of German classes for you.

Adult Education Centres (Volkshochschule)

Adult Education Centres (Volkshochschule) are the most well-known provider of educational programmes with a wide range of courses, including German as a foreign language. Here, you will gradually achieve different language proficiency levels in certified classes. Often you can also attend intensive courses that take place over a short period of time. Since Adult Education Centres are publicly funded, the costs are relatively low. You can find German lessons at local Adult Education Centres using the course search menu at the VHS-Kursfinder.

You can also use the free online portal "Ich will Deutsch lernen" provided by the Adult Education Centres. This portal offers virtual German classes from level A1–B1.

Goethe-Institut

You can choose from different German courses at the Goethe-Institut e. V. in Frankfurt am Main depending on whether you'd like to take an intensive, evening or weekend course, prepare for a test or need to learn German specific to your profession. The courses are divided by level, and are internationally recognised and comparable. As the Goethe-Institut exists all over the world, you can take your first class while abroad and then continue learning once you have arrived in Germany.

The Goethe-Institut also offers free German practice online.

Additional providers

Of course, there are many other providers of German courses. The large choice can become confusing, especially as there are both public and private courses for language training at very different prices. In order to make the right decision for you please compare the content and the benefits of each German course. Make sure that the course includes language assessment, which is a final examination that is considered proof of qualification. This will be the case for example if the course follows the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The course provider should be able to certify this.

German classes for children and adolescents

Children and adolescents having another mother tongue than German are offered special language lessons in schools and Kindergarten. Good German skills are very important for your child – it is the only way for them to succeed at school.

If your child is in Kindergarten, they will take a language test before they begin Primary School in order to provide them with the correct support. If your child has already begun school, support and language-learning classes are available to assist them before switching to regular classes.

For more information about how to sign up your child for school please check the official website of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) and contact your local school authority in FRM.

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. You can also find information on this on the official website of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.

Questions? Feel free to contact us at any time. Our team speaks many languages and would be happy to help you.

Helpful contacts

Goethe-Institut
 

At the Goethe-Institut in Frankfurt you will successfully learn German for work, study or everyday life. You can choose between intensive courses (Mon-Fri) and evening classes (twice a week). The lessons are goal-oriented, structured clearly and varied. An exciting cultural and leisure programme complements the course.

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

Kreisvolkshochschule Alzey-Worms
 

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

District / Cities: District Alzey Worms
Ernst-Ludwig-Straße 36
55232 Alzey

Phone: +49 6731 49 4740
E-Mail: kvhs@alzey-worms.de
Website: http://www.kreis-alzey-worms.eu/volkshochschule/
Costs: Partly fee-based

Volkshochschule (VHS) Frankfurt am Main
 

The Volkshochschule Frankfurt am Main (Adult Education Centre Frankfurt am Main) is the largest public further education institution in Hessen. Their programme consists of offers in the areas of society, culture, health, languages, profession and basic education, as well as special offers.
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 69 212 715 01
E-Mail: vhs@frankfurt.de
Website: https://vhs.frankfurt.de
Costs: Partly fee-based

Volkshochschule Kreis Offenbach
 

The Adult Education Centre District Offenbach is the further education institution of the Offenbach district, and works on public contract according to the Hessen further education law. 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. Development of personality, promotion of criticism competences in a tolerant learning environment, development of self-confidence and self-responsibility, all these are being seen as organisation goals.

District / Cities: City Offenbach am Main
Frankfurter Str. 160-166
63303 Offenbach am Main

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

Volkshochschule Darmstadt-Dieburg
 

The VHS Darmstadt-Dieburg (Adult Education Centre Darmstadt-Dieburg) would like to enable lifelong learning for everyone, that is as diverse as possible, nearby located and affordable. Our course programmes are diversified and tailored to the needs of the participants. It includes, amongst other services, German and other language courses, vocational training offers, creative and movement courses of all kinds, guided tours and lectures on political and health topics, basic education facilities and courses for parents and volunteers. As part of the Hessencampus Darmstadt-Dieburg, we also offer free educational counselling, especially for migrants.

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

Phone: +49 6071 881 2301
E-Mail: vhs@ladadi.de
Website: https://vhs.ladadi.de/
We speak: German, English
Costs: Partly fee-based

Volkshochschule Landkreis Gießen
 

The Adult Education Centre is a place of education and social interaction.
You can learn different languages, develop your career pathway, experience culture, be creative, actively improve your health or learn about social and political topics."

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

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

Volkshochschule Offenbach am Main
 

The vhs (adult education centre) is the first point of contact for the local community as regards questions and advice on further education. The courses provide support at work (e.g. languages, IT skills including the SAP system, communication and speech, soft skills), promote health (e.g. gymnastics, yoga, massage, preventative measures), and also contribute to personal development during leisure time (e.g. photography, art, pottery, cookery, performing arts). In the self-study centre students can learn individually using specialised self-learning software and practice the use of digital media in general.
There are also learning opportunities for particular target groups (e.g. children and teenagers, best agers/senior citizens, educational personnel, voluntary workers).
In addition the programme includes courses for learning German which are recognised by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees as integration courses.

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

Volkshochschule Worms
 

We are a place for education and culture, and a meeting point for people. We offer intensive courses, weekend training, as well as long-term learning groups and lectures on various topics, such as: languages, society, culture, health, work and career, basic education.
Our work is characterised by the high professionalism of our employees. As an examination centre issuing largely recognized certificates, we enable our course participants the certification of acquired knowledge in different fields of learning. We enable participation in the labour market through professional qualifications and special measures.

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

Phone: +49 62541 853 4250
E-Mail: vhs@worms.de
Website: http://www.vhs-worms.de
We speak: German, English, Italian
Costs: Partly fee-based

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