German Classes
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Germany is the hub for higher education aspiring Indian students and working professionals. Germany unlike many European countries, provides you the opportunity for free tuition in various fields like Life Sciences and Mechanical / Mechatronics.

As such, German learning is mandatory for acquiring German visa entry for higher studies and or work purposes.
We have a dedicated panel of German instructors who will train you and make you an expert in the language and culture within a short span.

Come learn German Language with us and get your all pass ticket to Germany!





 German Basic (GZ A1) Level

 40 hours / course

INR 13,000 

INR 800

  German Basic (GZ A2) Level

 55 hours / course

 INR 14,000 

INR 1,000

  German Standard Basic
(Summer Course)

 15 hours / course

 INR 4,500

INR 500

 German Tuition

 3 classes per week

 INR 2,500/Month


 German Etiquette & Culture Programme

5 hours
[or along with the German Course selected]

INR 3,000 
[FREE if selected with a German Course]


① Other Videos and print-outs are covered within the above course fee. 
② Exam fee is separately paid during the exam registration to the Goethe Institut.
German Learner's Examination
The German [GZ] Level Examination is the beginner level examination that follows the guidelines of Common European Framework of Reference framed and governed by the Council of Europe for all European languages.

There are 6 Levels according to the framework for all European languages.
Levels A1, A2 - Beginner Level [GZ Levels]
Levels B1, B2 - Intermediate Level
Levels C1, C2 - Advanced Level

Across the world, a number of Institutions conduct these exams online and offline.
In India, the CEFR based exams are conducted by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan at all Metros - Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Bangalore and Pune.

In Chennai, the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan located at Nungambakkam conducts the German A1 to C2 exams.

The examination dates for each month and the examination fees can be referred at the link :
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