Metropolitan cities, idyllic villages, green hills, and beautiful rivers. Germany is a country with all kinds of sceneries and lifestyles to offer. Becoming an exchange student in Germany is the perfect opportunity for you to get a genuine experience of this exciting country.
Highlights of High School Programs
Why study High School in Germany
Becoming an exchange student in Germany is the perfect opportunity for you to get a genuine experience of this exciting country. When staying with a German host family and attending a local high school, you will gain a unique insight into the characteristic German culture as well as become fluent in the widely popular language.
As a German speaker, you are able to communicate with millions and millions of people. This is a qualification that will open plenty of doors for you in the future, not least career-wise. Germany is one of the world’s biggest economies, and as an exchange student, you will be enjoying a country with friendly people, excellent education, and living standards.
Willkommen in Deutschland!
Where do students live?
Staying with a German host family
By staying with a host family, you will experience what it is like to live like a true German. You will get to try typical German food such as different kind of wursts and sauerbraten and find out more about the customs and traditions. It is the ultimate way to get to know the country from the inside out.
Since you will be surrounded by the German language almost all the time, you will become a fluent speaker much faster than you can imagine. Make sure to always engage in conversations with your host family, even if you may be a bit insecure in the beginning. Tell them about your day and ask them about theirs. Like this, you will become more and more fluent for each day passing.
Carefully selected host families
Our host families come in all shapes and sizes, and they live all over Germany. Some have kids and pets, some live in big houses in the countryside and others in apartments in the city.
What they all have in common is that they have a passion for cultural exchange and are looking forward to finding out more about you and where you are from. Introduce them to some American films and music or make them a typical dish. It is always much appreciated when the students do that little extra to show recognition to their host families.