, Germany
  • Homestay Accommodation
  • $

Germany Classic Program

Program Facts

  • Grades Accepted
    9, 10, 11
  • Accommodation Type
    Homestay Accommodation
  • Program Length
    Fall Semester, Fall Year, Spring Semester, Short-Term

Program Description

Studying abroad in charming Germany is a treat — there is something for everyone!

Modern cities such as Munich and Berlin are hubs of technology, but history buffs will also appreciate monuments such as the sobering Holocaust Memorial and the symbolic Brandenburg Gate. For those who love outdoor sports, the Black Forest’s scenic beauty is unsurpassed and the slopes of Bavaria offer some of the best downhill and cross-country skiing on the continent.

When it comes to cars, Germany is the world leader. Mercedes, Audi, Porsche and Volkswagen are all German engineered to speed down the famous Autobahn! This country seamlessly merges old with new — it’s a place where you can still see folks wearing traditional Bavarian lederhosen. And with food like Wiener Schnitzel and
sauerkraut, you're sure to enjoy yourself during your stay in Deutschland!

Classic High School is the traditional high school program that most students choose. This is the perfect choice for you who long for a genuine exchange experience. We match you with a carefully selected host family and high school in Denmark. You can be placed in a bustling big city, charming coastal town, or on the countryside close to the nature. This is the program for you that are open-minded, and excited to try new things.

Educatius Classic Program in Germany


Ages Accepted
15-17
Other Eligibility
If students have little or no German knowledge they should be confident English speakers.

Student Testimonials

It’s been 8 months since I came to Germany. I just can’t believe that there’s only a little more than 2 months left to stay with my wonderful German family and spend time with my friends... Time flies sooooo fast! The 2 weeks of my spring break was nothing but AWESOME! The first week, I was with a friend in Frankfurt. The second week, I was in Rome with my host family. We visited a lot of historic places that are shown in history textbooks. It was a BLAST!

Miki from Japan