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Steinke Institute in Bonn

The hometown of Beethoven with its renowned university, its generous parks and open-minded inhabitants always attracted students from all over the world. And nearly nowhere else in Germany there is such a booming economy like in Bonn.

Steinke Institute is situated in the center of Bonn in the pedestrian zone, directly in front of the main university building which was the former castle of the electoral counts of Bonn. We offer a wide range of intensive German courses. Whether you would like to prepare yourself for the access to a German university in a DSH or TestDaf course, or whether you want to learn German for professional reasons, there will always be a suitable course for you.

It is our aim that our students really enjoy their stay in Bonn. And our qualified teachers guarantee that you get first-class and effective German lessons at very competitive prices. Our instructors are especially experienced in assisting the students with their preparations for the German university entrance exams. Our teaching materials are first rate and up-to-date.

Our institute was founded in the beginning of 2001 and was named in memory of the writer and winner of the Bavarian literature award Dr. Udo Steinke („Ich kannte Talmann“).




Our institute (left) and Bonn university (right)


Udo Steinke (right) and the former German
foreign minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher (left)


 

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