meet GLS Campus Berlin
If you are considering GLS... book and pay for two week blocks.
Paul, 40, from Australia – November 03, 2015
Stay: 6 months (still studying), Course Start: July 2015 , Accomodation: No accomodation booked via GLS
- Support by GLS staff
The Good & the Bad - what did you like best? What least?
I liked the relative proximity of the Campus to the Mitte, bars, cafés and public transport.
1. The inflexibility of GLS Administration - (eg. Remeber to give two weeks notice if you require a day off next week.
2. The constant change of class locations.
3. For the most part, the lack of structured learning and degree of inconsistant level of teaching. (For the most part, if you are a studend having some difficulty - the teacher WILL leave you behind.)
Your recommendations for other students
If your a mature student (<30+), or like myself studying German to reside permanently in Germany... there are better alternatives.