Germany is one of the few countries in the world that offers free university education to both local and international students and with their tertiary establishments rapidly coming up the ranks, learning German from a young age could prove to be a wise investment considering how much you could save in university fees. If you’re thinking of sending the kids to
Das Land der Dichter und Denker – literally translated as ‘the land of poets and thinkers’ – enrol them for a course at the Goethe Institut. The Learner’s Course caters for children aged ten to 14 years old and is held in a typical classroom setting; and there are also private lessons and small group sessions on offer for a more intensive education.
For now, the German introductory class will be held only during the school holidays at the end of the year. The centre is currently updating their class schedules so watch out for regular kids’ classes next year.
Suite 06-07, 6th floor, Menara See Hoy Chan, Jalan Tun Razak, KL (03 2164 2011/Goethe.de/ins/my/en). Learner’s Course, RM595.