Goethe In­sti­tut

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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.

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