German B1 course
You already have an expanded knowledge of German basics and want to move on to the
B1 German course in Berlin
Higher, faster and further up the language ladder
Not sure if German B1 is the right level for you? Maybe you are already at B2? Here you can find our short placement video:
B1 German: speak up already!
B1 German: Just do it!
Does this sound exactly like the German B1 intensive course in Berlin you were looking for? Then you can register with us directly online: Registration German Course B1
Did you ever hear of a “Techtelmechtel” in Berlin? No? So much can be revealed: it has to do with interpersonal relationships. This is just one of the many topics of the B1 German course. Other typical German B1 topics include technical equipment, the environment, art and historical events. And this way you will also learn new tenses in the German B1 course – tenses that are just waiting to be used and spoken in partner and group exercises. In addition to the material from the German B1 course book, the course also deals with hot topics in Berlin – so it pays off keeping your eyes and ears open in everyday life.
Learn German B1 in Berlin – this is how it works
Eight weeks, four days per week, four lessons per day, plus homework. And all in B1 German. If this is not a B1 intensive course, then what is? We are pretty much offering you German B1 as a pure distillate.
In order to create a productive and pleasant learning environment, our B1 courses have an average of only 12 people per class. Of course, there is also a highly-qualified and enthusiastic German teacher who will guide you through the 12 German B1 lessons of the textbook Netzwerk neu. Deutsch als Fremdsprache B1 (Klett-Verlag). If you like, you can also take a B1 exam at the end of the course and receive an internationally-recognised B1 German certificate from our deutSCHule in Berlin.
Raise your level: B1 German in Berlin
Of course, more complex sentence structures also await you when it comes to question and answer sentences. This will bring a whole lot more variety to your daily conversations in Berlin. And don’t be afraid of mistakes! Because as Thomas A. Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, said: “I have not failed. I have just found 10000 ways that don’t work.” And he never even reached the German B1 level. Still, if you have the feeling that a little more learning in German B1 grammar would do you good, then you might want to have a look at our Grammatikkurs.
Language level German B1
According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, German B1 enables you to deal with most situations when travelling in the German-speaking world. You can follow a general conversation in clearly-spoken standard German and take part in it when it comes to familiar topics. If you successfully complete our B1 German course, your vocabulary and grammar will already allow you to use the language at an advanced level.
Furthermore, our German B1 course in Berlin can be divided into German B1.1 and German B1.2. So if you are aiming for a German B2 course, but still have some uncertainties and roadblocks to overcome, then maybe German B1.2 would be the right place to start for you.
Info about our B1 German intensive course from January 2024 (Tuesday - Friday)
16 lessons per week
09.15 – 12.30
13.15 – 16.30
17.00 – 20.15
B1 German Certificate after Exam (CEFR)
279€ (4 weeks)
558€ (8 weeks)
96€ Exam (CEFR) internal students
136€ Exam (CEFR) external students