German in Dublin

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Our locations for German in Dublin

  • Our German Adult Courses are held at our premises in Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2, and in other locations throughout Dublin – Aungier Street, Dublin city centre/ Dublin 2 | Drumcondra, Dublin 9 | Mount Merrion, South Dublin | Castleknock, West Dublin/ Dublin 15 | Sutton, North Dublin/ Dublin 13 | Foxrock, South Dublin/ Dublin 18.

Our course times for German in Dublin

  • Our German classes are held during the morning, lunchtime, afternoon and evening from Monday to Friday. We also hold classes at our premises in Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2 on Saturdays which is located close to Dublin city centre.
  • Our German Courses are held once per week, and depending on terms may vary from a 5 week, 10 week, 12 week course with classes of 1.5 hours or 3 hours – see timetable below.

Our teaching methodology for German in Dublin

    • Our German classes follow our methodology – communicative/ task based approach.
    • Our German classes will focus on improving the students’ speaking, listening, reading and writing skills with a focus on developing the students’ communication skills.
    • Grammar is introduced naturally in the class through presenting specific situations and contexts to the students.
    • Our German teachers are experienced, professionally qualified and passionate about your learning.
    • Our German course programmes are aligned to the Council of Europe Framework for Languages.
    • Students may also avail of private tuition.


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    German | GCD, Dublin 2 | Adults | October 2017 Term

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    German

    Beginner

    Grand Canal Dock

    Dublin 2

    18th October

    7-9pm

    10 weeks/ 20 hours

    €220

    €40

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    Copy and Paste course code into booking form | Deposit to reserve your place stated above, remainder to be paid on first day of course | CC = Community Centre



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    German | Afterschool and Arts and Crafts | Kids | April 2017 Term

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    Afterschool

    ABC Drumcondra

    Drumcondra, Dublin 9

    24th April

    4.45-5.45pm

    12 weeks

    €130

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    ABC = Arts and Business Campus | CC = Community Centre | PC = Parish Centre | Copy and Paste course code into booking form


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    Top reasons for learning German. In Dublin. With Ole School of Languages.

    1. Germany has the largest number of native speakers in the European Union, spoken in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
    2. German is among the ten most commonly spoken languages in the world.
    3. 92 Nobel Prizes and counting! 22 Nobel Prizes in Physics, 30 in Chemistry, and 25 in Medicine have gone to scientists from the three major German-speaking countries, while many laureates from other countries received their training in German universities. 11 Nobel Prizes in Literature have been awarded to German-language writers, and 7 Germans and Austrians have received the Peace Prize. Albert Einstein’s mother tongue was German.
    4. Germans are world leaders in business and engineering, and opportunities to work there will increase dramatically with knowledge of the language. There are also a number of German companies based in Dublin where naturally it would be a benefit to learn German if applying for a vacancy or working in one of these companies. Leading Multi National companies based in Dublin are crying out for German speakers, with tangible increases in salary for those German speakers.
    5. The German-speaking world has produced some of the most revered filmmakers of the 20th century – from Fritz Lang to Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Wim Wenders and a generation of transnational directors such as Tom Tykwer and Fatih Akin. German and Austrian filmmakers such as Lang, Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch also shaped the history of Hollywood.
    6. German is the language of (take a breath) Arendt, Bach, Beethoven, Bonhoeffer, Brahms, Brecht, Buber, Freud, Goethe, Grass, Hegel, Heidegger, Heisenberg, Kafka, Kant, Mahler, Mann, Marx, Mozart, Nietzsche, Planck, Schoenberg, Schubert, Schumann, Wagner, Weber, and hundreds more great philosophers, writers, artists, scientists, and composers. But these days it’s also the language of choice for writers, filmmakers and thinkers from a wide array of cultural backgrounds, such as Yoko Tawada, Zsuzsanna Gahse, Terézia Mora, Michael Stavarič and Melinda Nadj Abonji. German isn’t just for “Germans” any more (but actually it never was).
    7. German is the second most commonly used scientific language in the world.
    8. Almost a fifth of the world’s books are published in German, the original is usually better that its English translation.
    9. 68% of all Japanese students study German.
    10. Many of the Western world’s most important works of philosophy, literature, music, art history, theology, psychology, chemistry, physics, engineering and medicine are written in German and continue to be produced in German.
    11. Germany is the world’s second-largest exporter.
    12. The German economy ranks number one in Europe and number four worldwide.
    13. Germany is home to numerous international corporations such as Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes and many more.
    14. Direct investment by Germany in the United States is over ten billion dollars.

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