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Schools in Berlin

In Berlin, as in the rest of Germany, upon completing seven years of primary education, children and their parents choose between the following four kinds of secondary schools: Hauptschule (general secondary school), Realschule (secondary modern school), Gymnasium (which prepares students for university education) and Gesamtschule (comprehensive school). Parents may also choose to enroll their children in a unique school programme embedded in the European School (Europaschule), where pupils are taught in German and a foreign language, from primary school through secondary school. Additionally, four schools of classical study, known as Humanistische Gymansien, teach ancient Latin and Greek to their students. The Berlin-Brandenburg capital region is one of the major centers of higher education and research in the European Union. There are four universities and a number of private, professional and technical colleges throughout the city, altogether enrolling about 130,000 students, which have an international reputation in a variety of disciplines.


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Japanese International School
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Type: Private
Level: Higher
Address: Zehlendorf
Large educational centre offering specialist courses aimed at professional musicians and part time activities for the beginners
Features: Part time evening courses, weekend and summer programmes in Music Production and Performance
Jazz Institut Berlin
Phone: +49 30 68 83 05 860
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.jazz-institut-berlin.de/
Type: Private
Level: Higher
Address: Charlottenstrasse 55
Constituent part of Berlin's Music Academy, totally devoted to jazz music.
Features: Faculty in jazz composition
Johann-Gottfried-Herder-Oberschule
Phone: +49 30 972 70 94
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Website: http://www.jgherder.de
Type: Private
Level: Primary and Secondary
Address: Franz Jacob Strasse 5/7
Independent bilingual German / Russian school.
Features: Interesting curricular and extra-curricular activities such as arts, sports dance, music and computer clubs
Johann-Gottfried-Herder-Oberschule
Phone: +49 30 97 60 95 67
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Website: http://www.jgherder.de
Type: Private
Level: Primary and Secondary
Address: Franz Jacob Strasse 5/7
Independent bilingual German/English school situated in Lichtenberg.
Features: Interesting field trips and expeditions in Germany and abroad
John - F. - Kennedy - School
Phone: +49 30 6321 5701
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.jfks.de
Type: Private
Level: Primary and Secondary
Address: Teltower Damm 87- 93
German American Community School supported fully by the government.
Features: Over 100 different extra-curricular activities throughout each week
Katholische Fachhochschule
Phone: +49 30 501 01 00
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.tfh-berlin.de/
Type: Private
Level: Higher
Address: Köpenicker Allee 39
Private catholic university of applied sciences.
Features: Excellent sports and academic facilities
Katholische Hochschule für Sozialwesen Berlin
Phone: +49 30 501 01 00
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Website: http://www.khsb-berlin.de
Type: Private
Level: Higher
Address: Köpenicker Allee 39-57
Private Christian school combining academic excellence with broad cultural, sporting and social development.
Features: Wide professional and educational profile
Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee
Phone: +49 30 477 050
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.kh-berlin.de
Type: Private
Level: Higher
Address: Bühringstrasse 20
Independent School of Art and Design
Features: Wide range of intensive theoretical courses in the areas of Fashion, Stage and Costume Design, Sculpture, Textile and Surface Design
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