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NRCSA Center: Anglo German School
Stuttgart, Germany  


About the NRCSA Center

Located in the very heart of the town center. Shops, cafes, restaurants and public transport are close at hand. The NRCSA Center in Stuttgart opened in 1972, and began teaching German in the early 1980's. Well-known for its relaxed and friendly atmosphere teachers are always ready to chat over a cup of coffee. All teachers are specially trained in teaching German as a foreign language, and classroom are equipped with audio and video facilities. Group courses are limited to 10 participants per class.

On completion of a course students receive a certificate stating the nature and length of that course. Should students wish to take a recognized examination such as Goethe Institut or PNDS (university entrance test German as a Foreign Language), the Director of German Courses will be pleased to help choose an appropriate exam and to help with the application. Goethe-Institut examinations are internationally recognized. German courses are taught exclusively by fully-qualified, experienced teachers.

The English Section of the school is also the Stuttgart examination center for Cambridge and Oxford University as well as the Institute of Linguists, London. There is also a state recognized vocational school for training commercial correspondents and assistants.


About Stuttgart

Stuttgart is a pleasant and lively city, is the capital of Baden-Wurttemberg, one of the most prosperous, export orientated "Lander" (States) in the Federal Republic, situated in South-West Germany. Stuttgart has a good central location, with Basle, Strasbourg and Munich only a few hours' drive away on the freeway.

The cultural diversity in the city of Stuttgart is impressive: there is a wide variety of theaters, a symphony orchestra, and the Stuttgart Ballet is internationally renowned. The famous University towns of Heidelberg and Tubingen are just 112 km and 40 km away respectively; the Black Forest is not far away from the city. Commerce and industry have made Stuttgart famous. Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Bosch all have their head offices here. With the 4th IAAF Athletics World Championships in 1993 Stuttgart also made a name for itself as an international sport center. Stuttgart football club is in the first league and top class international tennis tournaments are played in Stuttgart.

Transport facilities are excellent. Stuttgart can be reached either by rail or air from all over Europe, and there are air links with all parts of the world. The airport is about 20 km from the center of Stuttgart. The journey to the school takes about 20 minutes, using the fast underground link S-Bahn. A taxi costs about takes about 30 minutes. Local public transport facilities are also extremely good. The main railway station, Hauptbahnhof, is situated in the city center, about 20 minutes walking distance from the school, or 5 - 10 minutes by underground, bus or tram.

Students coming to sudy in Stuttgart for the first time are strongly encouraged to get an arrival transfer, and have a member of the local staff meet the student on arrival at Stuttgart station or airport. The student will then be driven to their accommodations, and can leave exploring the city till later.

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