Roman Polanskis „Tanz der Vampire“ awakens a true and classic musical. After the vampires satisfied their lust for blood in Hamburg between 2003 and 2006, they finally returned back in September for upcoming 5 months. On the stage of Theater an der Elbe, the cast will celebrate the musicals twentieth anniversary – of course with an unforgettable midnight ball.
On the 11 November, up to 70,000 carnival revellers will come together on Heumarkt square to celebrate the opening of the new carnival season.
The exhibition will present a view of Japan from within adding fashion trends, manga and anime, the much-loved sport baseball, the gambling game pachinko, religious and seasonal festivities or the Japanese love of traveling. Finally the roots of today´s popular culture are traced back to the urban commoner culture of the Edo period (1600-1868).
Please find here the German language course programme 2018 organized by our member school Tandem München. It contains updated information on next year's courses, dates and fees.
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All prospective students planning to study in Germany need to prove their language skills. Tandem Cologne is an official examination centre for all telc-exams, and also, since the beginning of 2016, for TestDaF-exams. Telc examinations We offer German language exams for all levels, from Start Deutsch A1 to telc C1 Hochschule. You can find an [...]
Our summer courses are now over, and, as always, we would like to thank all of our team and our students for the good times we had. Cologne in summer is always a great place to be, with lakes, beer gardens, parks and summer events to meet, hang out and party. Our Cultural [...]
Everyone who wants to study at a university in Germany must pass one of the following German language tests: TestDaF or Telc C1 Hochschule. We at Kästner Kolleg - Tandem Dresden prepare language students for both exams successfully for many years now. We are proud of the high pass rate (over 90%!) of our former [...]
Berlin, the capital of Germany, with a population of almost 3,5 million people, was known for its famous Berliner Mauer (The Berlin Wall). Nowadays more students are realizing how important it is to not only learn a new language but also to dig into the culture of that language. Living and studying in another country [...]