We meet Kinga Langer, manager of Sprachzentrum -TANDEM Göttingen.


  1. How did 2014 go for you, and how did it compare to previous years?

2014 went very well, we had many students in the German intensive courses; we expanded our offer and we were quite successful with our new evening courses. In comparison to other years we had a slight increase of number of students and also more inquiries. 2014 we moved into new, bigger premises.

  1. What developments do you expect in 2015?

The total number of students will stabilize, but we will increase the number of students who do a preparative course for the TestDaf examination.

  1. Anything new this year?

We offer more evening courses for people who already live and work in Göttingen.

  1. Where do the majority of your students come from?

We have a mixture from all over the world.

  1. What are your most popular student activities at your school?

Canoeing, small trips to the surroundings of Göttingen, our Halloween and Carnival celebrations.

  1. What makes your destination special for your students?

We are a small school, but we think that this is an advantage: we keep in touch with our students and we try to offer a comfortable and nice atmosphere for them. We support and care for our students in a very individual way. Göttingen is a safe city and famous for its University. That´s why there is an open-minded ambience which invites you to make friends from all over the world. Moreover, younger students (and their parents) don´t have to be worried about criminality for example. Göttingen is a multi-faceted city which also offers a lot of cultural activities, sports and very friendly people.

  1. 3 things that make your German language school special for your students?

– Nice atmosphere.
– Young and inspired teachers.
– Students find small classes and our flexibility to meet their wishes.

Kinga Langer from Sprachzentrum – TANDEM Göttingen: www.sprachzentrum.de


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