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Integration course for young adults

Just like on the general integration course, you will learn German up to language level B1. In addition you will learn important information about

  • school and training,
  • work and career,
  • family and living together harmoniously,
  • health and healthcare provision,
  • culture and leisure,
  • and much more besides.

The lessons on the integration course for young people also offer a great deal of other advantages:

  • You will be in a class with people of a similar age.
  • You can attend 960 lessons.
  • You will work in small groups of 10 to 15 people.
  • You will look at current topics and subjects that interest you.
  • You will sometimes even have two teachers.
  • You will come into direct contact with education institutions and workplaces during a practical stage.
  • You will learn about advisory services which will help you to plan your next steps.
  • Travel costs to your course can be refunded.

display as address: Information available locally

You can obtain further information in your area from:

  • the Migration Advisory Service for Adult Immigrants and the Youth Advisory Service,
  • the immigration authority,
  • the employment agency, job centre or relevant local authority institution, and
  • integration course providers.
Date 17 December 2015

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