The language school F+U Academy of
Languages is situated in the middle of the vibrant center of the
university city Heidelberg, in the very vicinity of the river Neckar
and the famous castle.
Today, F+U Academy of Languages is one
of the largest and most popular language schools in Germany. Over
4,000 students participate in our languages courses in Heidelberg
Our programme comprises German,
English, Spanish, Italian, French, Japanese, Chinese courses and
other languages. The atmosphere in the school is very international:
The German courses are attended by students from over 90 countries
German courses at F+U Heidelberg:
German intensive courses, German conversation, Business German, DSH
and TestDaF preparation, mini groups, German courses for teachers,
distance learning for German, internships, German courses for juniors
(7-15), German courses in the morning, in the afternoon and in the
evening, Christmas courses, boarding school, international trade,
company training. Learning German at F+U Heidelberg is an
We are a test center for the major
worldwide examinations: TestDaF, DSH, TestAS, onDaF, TOEFL, TOEIC,
LCCI, ECDL, TELC, and EBC*L, to name but to a few.
Our courses are taken by pupils,
students and professionals, but are also just as popular among people
who wish to learn a language purely out of cultural interest alone.
At our Foreign language school you can
also graduate as a foreign language correspondence clerk, European
secretary or translator.
Our range of services is complemented
by the organization of language lessons tours in all continents.
Thirty multimedia-equipped classrooms
(up to 60 in summer), 3 Internet rooms with 50 computers and a
library make learning a pleasure, and during break times you have the
chance to enjoy a chat with colleagues in the common room with its
terrace, or in the cafes located in the building.
Heidelberg is one of the most beautiful
towns in Germany and symbol for the good old Germany. Over the years,
Heidelberg's beauty has drawn a number of poets, painters and
scientists. The name Heidelberg also stands for a modern science and
business location of international renown. This
concentration of sciences offers
unequaled opportunities and is the basis for a dynamic
science-orinetated economy, which elevates Heidelberg, despite its
modest population of 145.00, to being one of Germany's highest flying