Level up.

Whether you’re perfecting your “guten tag” or reading Goethe, our five levels of German offer something for everyone.

 
Beginner
 

Take Level 1 if you've never tried learning German (or you've taken a decade off).

Take Level 2 if you're familiar with the basics (including the nominative and accusative cases) and can say simple things in the present tense.

Take Level 3 if you've studied the present tense (and can handle nominative, accusative, and dative cases) and have a basic knowledge of past tense.

 
Beginner
 

Take Level 1 if you've never tried learning German (or you've taken a decade off).

Take Level 2 if you're familiar with the basics (including the nominative and accusative cases) and can say simple things in the present tense.

Take Level 3 if you've studied the present tense (and can handle nominative, accusative, and dative cases) and have a basic knowledge of past tense.

 
Intermediate
 

Level 4

No Upcoming Classes

Level 5

No Upcoming Classes
 
Intermediate
 

Level 4 / 10-Week Course

Level 5 / 10-Week Course

 
Advanced
 

Level 6

No Upcoming Classes
 
Advanced
 

Level 6 / 10-Week Course

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Mar 28, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.