did opens new junior camp in the Rhine Valley

German language provider did deutsch-institut has added a new junior summer camp in Oberwesel in the Rhine Valley to its portfolio for 2018.

The new location is available to students aged between 12 and 16 years old in course packages of two-to-four weeks, with full-board accommodation provided in a youth residence.


Explaining the new addition, Almir Krupic, Marketing Director at did deutsch-institut, told StudyTravel Magazine, "We have seen a growing demand for summer camps with residential accommodation over the last years.


"Especially agents and parents were looking for smaller locations, but at the same time with the possibility of quick connections from airports to the residence and school. The Rhine Valley is located less than one hour from Frankfurt Airport, so a quick arrival to our young participants is guaranteed."


He continued, "Our students have the chance to participate in courses with 24 or 28 lessons of German per week, which guarantees a maximum success of learning, while at the same time enjoying the beautiful nature and environment Oberwesel has to offer."


Commenting on the location, Almir added, "Lying directly next to the medieval Schönburg Castle, our new junior residence offers our participants a unique view over the city of Oberwesel and the Middle Rheine Valley, which belong to UNESCO's World Heritage Sites - and there are at least 30 more castles to discover."


did deutsch-institut entered the StudyTravel Super Star Hall of Fame at the 2012 StudyTravel Star Awards after winning the ST Star German School category for a fifth time.



By Matthew Knott

News Editor