Thank you GLS!
Manana, 27, from Georgia – November 19, 2018
Stay: I'll be here till march, Course Start: 2018
- After class activities
- Support by GLS staff
The Good & the Bad - what did you like best? What least?
I don't know how to differ, as everything was excellent for me, I will write more in another half, recommendations.
Your recommendations for other students
Last summer I had some German courses at another school(won't name it), today when I look back after my GLS experience It was "kindergarten".The best way to learn German fast and without worries is this school, the main thing is that teachers are very qualified and they know on which aspect you should look for, they make you pay attention on main things without hard times. even though Grammatik is explained in German its very easy to understand. they make you feel encouraged to talk and to write , that mistakes are OK and this is the normal way to study/talk/write.
The staff is super friendly and help you with everything , plus they know your schedule better than you and have advisors who can help you a lot if you are going to study in Germany or work here, they even helped me through my visa and study documents, they answer you in an hour maximum on emails (that is super rare nowadays).
now about little things: cafe normal, bit overpriced but GLS has super location so you can cross the street and eat different meals on budget and not on budget. coffee break perfect, campus pretty and clean(I mean toilets always clean! I always pay attention to this details as we pay money so we have to have comfort, gls does that for sure).
I did exam in `GLS for B1 , I took 2 week intensive course , I was very uncertain about it I thought that I would fail and won't learn a lot in 2 weeks . but it seems its not true, I learned more in 2 weeks than in 3 month ever.
p.s the location is best, Tram, Metro, buses, by walk 15 minutes from Rosentaler Platz, in the heart of Prenzlauerberg/Mitte( for sure best to be an live in Berlin).