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What will I learn?

  • Speaking, listening, reading, writing skills
  • Key vocabulary & grammar
  • Confidence for conversations
Start climbing that career ladder with German language skills under your belt - a recent CBI survey found that UK employers place German language skills at the top of their wish lists. Our German courses in London are fun and practical lessons will help you get to grips with German quickly whether you are studying for business or pleasure.

The German language and German speakers remain central to our culture and economy. German is the second most commonly taught language in UK schools and Germany is second only to the US as a major UK trade partner. German is also spoken in Switzerland, Austria and Lichtenstein and is a common second language in many countries across Eastern Europe.

Our native teachers will help you to quickly gain confidence using German. Learning in small groups of no more than 14 students, you will explore the language using conversational practice, internet resources, TV programmes and audio resources to really bring the language to life. In no time at all you will be equally at home watching German theatre in Berlin or negotiating with suppliers in the Ruhr!
German classes in London are enjoyable, join us!

Course basics

  • 10 German classes
  • Once a week
  • 2-hour class
  • Evening or Saturday morning
  • Group size; 14 max
  • Qualified native teacher
  • Location; Central London

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What will I learn?

Courses are designed to follow the Council of Europe syllabus. This is essentially a list of different things you should be able to do in the language, and by looking at the table below you can get an idea of how long it might take you.

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The focus in all languages we teach is to get you using the language. If you would like to see what level you are try our online test and please get in touch if you have any questions; we can also assess your level on the phone. Except for Beginner's courses you can take a trial lesson with no obligation.

Council of Europe Level Group level at UIC Length of course Summary of what will be covered in the course
A1 Beginner 20 hours Greetings and introductions, Numbers, Professions, Talking about the family, Ordering at the bar or restaurant, Food and Drinks, The time, The alphabet, Definite and indefinite articles, Plural, Personal Pronouns, Question words, Nominative and accusative.
Beginner Plus 20 hours Describing daily routines, Talking about free time activities, Buying and asking prices/ ordering food and drinks in a restaurant, Hobbies, Numbers, Colours, Separable verbs, The Imperative, Modal verbs, Nominative, Accusative and Dative, Past tense, Comparison and superlative.
Elementary 20 hours Describing a house/ flat, Furniture, Inviting people to events, Talking about your health, The body, Clothes, Adjective endings, Reflexive verbs and pronouns, Two-case prepositions, Modal verbs in the past tense.
A2 Pre Intermediate 20 hours Describing a city and town, Talking about the weather, Expressing opinion, Making assumptions, Talking about events in the past, The Future, Transport, Pronoun “man”, Conjuctions, Genetive, Demostrative Pronouns.
Low Intermediate A 20 hours Talking about professions and education,Talking about important events (in the past and future), Family and friends, Answering the phone/ making notes, Adjective endings after definite and indefinte articles, Accusative/ Dative/ Genetive prepositions, Modal verbs, Subordinated clauses.
Low Intermediate B 20 hours Making appointments, Stating preferences and opinions, Inviting somebody to do something/ responding to invitations (formal and informal), Making suggestions, The office, Festivals and Celebrations, Subordinated clauses, Infinite pronouns, Subjunctive I and II.
B1 Intermediate A 20 hours Talking about consequences of decisions, Talking about fashion, Making a reservation in a restaurant, hotel, cinema, etc., Understanding job offers/ job descriptions, Travel experiences, Music, Politics and Society, Subordinated clauses, Sentence structure, Question words with prepositions.
Intermediate B 20 hours Describing life experiences, Summarising texts, Describing feelings, Planning an event, Reading and understanding the news, Talking about food, Biographies, Relative clauses, Subordinated clauses, N-Declinations, Genitive prepositions.
Intermediate C 20 hours Talking about personal experiences, Understanding and writing housing ads, Discussing problems and finding solutions, Understanding and giving instructions, Verb “lassen“ + Infinitive, Subjunctive II, Comparison with “je...desto”, Past perfect tense + “nachdem“.
B2 Upper Intermediate A 20 hours Writing letters (formal and informal), Writing a CV, Talking about favourite places to live, Talking about work and living abroad, The German school system/ other school systems, Modal verbs, Declination of adjectives, Passive form, Prepositional verbs.
Upper Intermediate B 20 hours Talking about working environments, Making appointments (on the phone), Making compliments, Talking about favourite books and writers, Politics and history, Subjuntive I and II, The conditional, Verbs with Accusative/ Dative.
Upper Intermediate C 20 hours Talking about technology, Talking about trends, Talking about a healthy life style, The environment, Health and diseases, Passive form, Past participles as adjectives, Concessive clauses, Participles.
C1 Advanced 20 hours For more details about higher levels please contact us.
UIC Languages, London W1W7SA

School’s location

UIC London is extremely popular with students looking to study languages, as it boasts an ideal location, close to the much visited Oxford Circus, and Regents Park. UIC is easy to reach, and well linked through many underground stations, and other transport links. At this enviable postcode (W1W 7SA) students really are in the heart of everything London has to offer, including the legendary Oxford Circus. To find out more, contact us on +44 020 7079 3334.

Our school

“Great teacher and an enjoyable experience. Looking forward to taking the next level.”
German Pre-Intermediate course