Julian Großherr adapts content for Deutsch perfekt magazine, a monthly magazine for learners of German as a foreign language. He teaches German, English and Mandarin and has worked in China and the Netherlands before. He is an enthusiastic traveler, an intercultural trainer and likes to write as well.
UPCOMING LIVE STREAM: 02.10.2020 – 14.00 (CET)
SEMESTER START IN GERMANY FALL 2020 – ONLINE ORIENTATION WEEKS & MORE
Finally, German universities are opening their doors again (or seminar chatrooms, mostly). Let’s welcome the fall term 20/21 together! In a year of unprecedented conditions, how are German universities going to host their (Web) Welcome Weeks? How can online resources and personal contacts help you get along during orientation? What other services can you expect as a new student? And how are German universities approaching online and offline events in times of COVID-19? Let’s peek into what’s in stock for the newbies or anyone who never could imagine to start university in times like these!
07.08.2020 10 WAYS TO MAKE THE INTERNET YOUR GERMAN LANGUAGE THEME PARK
Deutsch 2.0 – here I come! The internet is a huge playground when it comes to modern learning opportunities. Deutsch perfekt & Fintiba will give you 10 ideas on how to turn your German skills into something 2.0! Julian is a language teacher and an editor for Deutsch perfekt, a German language learning magazine. He’ll provide you with 10 fun ways to turn the internet into a German language theme park.
15.05.2020 THINGS YOU CAN PREPARE FROM HOME
(while you’re Corona-stuck on your way to Germany)
Has Corona put your study trip to Germany on pause? In cooperation with Deutsch perfekt, we collected some advice on what you can organise remotely! learn a couple of useful tips that will make things easier after you arrive.
27.03.2020 10 CAREER BENEFITS YOU WILL GET FROM LEARNING GERMAN
Many have chosen Germany for the next big step in their lives: going abroad, receiving an education at some (usually free) German university, pushing their academics a great deal forward. Some will need to study the German language, others can choose to do so. But one thing we all know for sure: having studied and/or worked in Germany looks only half as good on paper if you haven’t at least acquired a little bit of German.
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