Visit The Victoria Falls In Livingston, Zambia (Taken By DLI Germany)

Since 2010 we have taught the German language within and outside Germany.

Taught Levels:

A1, A2, B1, B2, and C1.

Learning Mode:

At classroom contact and through online.

We offer German for various purposes:

  • As a foreign language taught according to the Common European Framework of Languages(CEFL) (Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmen für Sprachen (GER))
  • For study, international students, professionals, non-professionals, tourism, business, social exchange, politicians, etc.
  • Also, the German language is compulsory in all other studies. Such diploma and degree courses,
  • Other languages translations, English, Russian, French, Spanish,

Examinations And Examiners:

Held in Germany, Africa, and England. Our students are tested by Goethe Institut, Telc, University Service-UNS. Prior to these exams, the students do the DLI Germany internal assessment, which qualifies them for the actual final exams above.

Current Teaching Centers:

  • Germany, Zambia, Kenya, Congo DR, England
  • Note: You can join in via online from any other country

For further details about the standard language descriptions and examinations, visit these links:

  • Telc
  • Goethe Intsitut
  • University Service UNS


Experience game in Livingstone, Zambia (Taken By DLI Germany)

Apart from learning the German language, our students are taken through intercultural training (ICT) leading to knowing more bout Germany and its people. Among the most striking topics is cultural shock! It describes the expected differences between your country and Germany.

The ICT course involves the following ”must learn” topics before you travel to Germany or any other German-speaking countries:

Taught by our expert Mrs Nicole Späth.

Program content:

  • Living in Germany and a German lifestyle
  • Different countries – different customs
  • Culture shock: What surprises should you expect?
  • The German food and drinks
  • Understanding of the cultural differences of the interaction partners
  • Understanding of the specifics of intercultural communication processes
  • Intercultural willingness to learn
  • The German laws
  • Settling in Germany for the first time
  • Perceiving and expanding boundaries
  • Different values, norms and working methods as well as understanding of other points of view
  • Understanding of one’s own cultural character and sensitization of one’s own cultural values ​​and norms
  • Metacommunication skills
  • Preparation for the foreign assignments