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Located on the banks of the Rhine, Cologne is the most ancient German city. Its name “Colonia” comes from the Roman empress Agrippine, who raised it to a city rank in the year 50 A.D. In Cologne, people like living with history and traditions, that is why the carnival is quite special for the inhabitants. This “fifth season in the year,” whose kick-off is at 11.11 a.m. on 11/11, is a big cheerful and joyful popular festival, now worldwide famous. Cologne is one of the main touristic magnets in Germany; each year, several millions visitors come to discover the city, attracted by its important cultural activity and the incredible richness of its historic and artistic heritage. The old part of the city shelters many architectural treasures whose most famous is the gothic cathedral, with its two 157-meter-high towers. For the art lovers, we also recommand two interesting museums : the Wallraf Richartz museum with its collection of art dating from the Middle-Ages to the beginning of the modern era, and the Ludwig museum which shelters works of art from the Russian avant-garde and American pop art. But Cologne is also a modern metropolis, equipped with an important industrial area and a particularly active audio-visual hub. Numerous radio and TV channels’ headquarters are settled here and the media centre (“Domstadt”) is one of the most important in Europe. At last, we should not forget to mention this Cologne’s venerable institution, that is to say the breweries. You will be able to enjoy Kölsch, a delicious beer which is said to be found nowhere else. Amusing and interesting, Cologne is a unique city in its own way and one of the favourite destinations to study the German language in Germany.

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Bénédict International
Bénédict International Language & Business School is a school of German as a foreign language with a more than 35-year experience. It is located in a modern building in the centre of Cologne, in a peaceful street, a ten-minute walk from the cathedral, the famous Dom, and from the station. In the surroundings, you will find numerous shops, cinemas, theatres, as well as a large choice of restaurants and cafeterias. Bénédict school is also very close to the old part of Cologne, the Altstadt, which offers many different visits, and to its walk along the Rhine banks, the Rheinpromenade, one of the busiest places in the city with its numerous bars and cafes.

Courses are organized in 4 levels according to the Common European framework of reference for languages from the European Council. Registrations are opened all year long and you may take a level test through the internet before starting your language course in Germany.

Bénédict International Language & Business School is a private school asserted by the German authorities, it is a member of the VDP ( private German schools association) and an exam center for the DAF Test ((Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache) the standard exam for German as a foreign language, in Germany but on an international level as well.
Euridiom's opinion
Benedict German school largely deserves its excellent reputation. Its years of experiences allowed it to acquire a unique know-how in German teaching and in welcoming foreign students. Stategically located in Cologne, it is a very good option for a language course in Germany.
Capacity 100/200 Students
Method Communicative. Use of a study book, of authentic documents and varied audio-visual aids.
Facilities The school comprises 9 classrooms, a multimedia centre with an access to the internet, a TV room, a library, a bar and a garden as well.
Activities Bénédict school offers activities along with each course. In summertime, a particularly rich and interesting programme is available ( see “Summertime German Course and Activities”).
German Course and Exams Preparation
One-to-one German Course Extra Intensive
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