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The easiest way to register for a German course with ActiLingua is to complete the secure online registration form at online registration form. You can also send us the completed PDF registration form via mail, fax or e-mail or book your German course with one of our trusted partners in your home country.
Find all contact details here.

At the time of registration, please pay the deposit of EUR 198,00. The deposit will be deducted from the total amount. Payment is possible with credit card (VISA, Mastercard) or via bank transfer.
Please use our secure online registration form or the payment form to pay by credit card.
Bank transfer:
Raiffeisenlandesbank Wien, Meidlinger Hauptstraße 46,
A-1120 Vienna; "banking charges borne by transferor".
IBAN: AT 30 32000 00005212808
SWIFT: RLNWATWW

We also make every effort to fit in last minute bookings - just send us the registration form and deposit. Should your first choice of accommodation (e.g.: host family) already be full, we will do our best to find accommodation for you within your second choice (e.g. student residence). However, when bookings are made at such short notice, there is the risk of accommodation being fully booked altogether.
We will confirm your registration within two working days of receiving your full payment of course and accommodation. We recommend that you pay by credit card as a bank transfer usually takes longer. If we cannot confirm your booking, we will refund your deposit.

As our German courses are often fully booked students should register as soon as possible. The earlier we receive your application and deposit, the easier it is for us to meet your wishes in terms of accommodation and courses.
Should you need a visa for Austria, please ensure that you leave enough time to complete the relevant paper work.
German courses at ActiLingua start all Mondays, for total beginners once a month. You can find the exact starting dates at the pages of our German course.

Of course it is possible to book your German course with one of our trusted partners around the world, who will be able to give you competent advice and all the answers you require in your mother tongue.

For the latest information on visa requirements, contact the Austrian Embassy or consulate in your country. The address can be found at the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' site. If necessary we will send confirmation of participation to the embassy on receipt of course payment.
More Information on Visa!

Students from RUSSIA and CIS-States, CHINA, HONG KONG and KOREA
To attend a German course at ActiLingua you require a visa for which you can apply at the Austrian Embassy in your country. We are happy to send you detailed information on visa procedures!

You can also contact one of our agents to help you with the visa procedure.

Cancellations must be made in writing before course start. Cancellation charges amounts to EUR 198,00 if you cancel up to 4 working days before course start. No refund is possible in the event of cancellation three working days or less before course start or after course start, or of non-arrival of the participant. A cancellation becomes effective upon receipt by ActiLingua of written or wired notification. Should the cancellation be accompanied by nomination of a suitable replacement, ActiLingua will waive all fees apart from an administration charge of EUR 40,00.

If your visa application was rejected, please send us a written confirmation of the Austrian Embassy or Consulate (in German or English) before course start. In this case we will refund the total payment less EUR 198,00 administration fee.

We recommend to all participants that they take out cancellation insurance which costs [DATENBANK] of the total amount and has to be paid together with your deposit. If you need to cancel your stay prior to departure due to illness or a serious illness of a close family member, all costs less insurance and travel costs are returned. A medical certificate is required for reimbursement.

Yes, you can book a cancellation insurance through ActiLingua which costs 4% of the total amount and has to be paid together with your deposit. This covers your lost programme costs if you are forced to cancel your programme prior to arrival due to your own illness or the serious illness of a close family member (parent, spouse). For illness, a medical certificate is required for reimbursement. The cancellation insurance and travel costs are not reimbursed.

Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee you a place at specific times since the course you are allocated to depends on your level of ability. You will be informed of your precise course times upon arrival.

So that the German courses can begin on time and all students are put in the correct ability group you must return the assessment test to us within 7 days after receipt of the booking confirmation. Please send us the completed test by email, fax or post or do the test online after registering. You will be told which group you are in upon arrival in Vienna. If we do not receive your test on time, you have to complete it on your first day in Vienna. That might lead to you missing your first day in class.

There is a wide range of German courses available the whole year round for adults aged 16+.
We teach standard German according to a recognized curriculum all year round, catering for students from beginner to advanced level.
The more time you spend in a country the better you will understand its people, its culture and, last but not least, its language.
We offer highly attractive discounts on our long-term courses: up to 18% cheaper in comparison with a short term Standard Course! This discount is already included in our price list.

Details about pricing can be found at German courses and in our brochure, which we will be happy to post to you.
Get a detailed price quotation for the German language course of your choice - within seconds and without commitments.

We offer group courses for adults lasting from 1 week up to one year. The minimum duration for individual tuition is one week. For detailed information visit German courses for adults 16+.
Our long-term courses are up to 18% cheaper in comparison to short term courses! This discount is already considered in our price list.

Of course, you can book a German course with a duration of one week only. The exact price for one-week tuition can be found in our current price list. On request we are happy to send you a customized offer for your stay.

ActiLingua offers group courses in Business German from B1.1. upwards. Please, check out the special starting dates.
Alternatively, you can take a Super-Intensive Course or one-to-one lessons where you can study for exactly what you will need to help you in your job.

Of course. You can find all details at Individual Course. If you want to book some units of individual tuition at an especially attractive price as a supplement to your Standard Course, we recommend that you book our Super-Intensive Course.

ActiLingua Academy is a member of Campus Austria, an association of Austrian language schools committed to offering top-quality instruction in German as a foreign language and recognized by the Austrian government.
ActiLingua is an official examination centre for the Austrian German Language Diploma OSD.
Our membership of the major certification organization IALC (International Association of Language Centers) serves as our international quality guarantee.

It is always good to be prepared. Read up on Vienna, its sights, history and culture either in a travel guide or our online Vienna city guide.
It always pays to do some German language reading, try to lay your hands on German language films or do some exercises. At Learn German online you can find German courses for beginners and advanced learners, German tests and interactive exercises.

Our motivated staff and small international study groups provide an ideal atmosphere for successful language learning. However, your progress depends very much on your own motivation and abilities. ActiLingua offers eight different course levels from beginner to advanced. Each course level usually consists of 20 lessons/week for 4 to 8 weeks. If you are good at languages and work hard it is possible to complete level A1 and A2 in 12 weeks.

Standard course:
09:00 am - 10:30 am, 15 minute break, 10:45 am - 12:15 pm
OR
02:15 pm - 03:45 pm, 15 minute break, 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Intensive course (additional lessons in minigroups):
12:30 pm - 02:00 pm or 05:45 pm - 07:15 pm

Depending on your knowledge of German, your lessons will take place in the morning or in the afternoon!

Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee you a place in a course at specific times of the day since the course you are allocated to depends on your level of ability. You will be informed of your precise course times upon arrival.

If you already have basic German knowledge you can start every Monday a German course at the ActiLingua Academy in Vienna. German courses for complete beginners start once a month. The exact starting dates and other details can be found at German courses

As our German courses are very popular and often fully booked, we recommend that you register as early as possible. We are happy to check if the selected German course and accommodation are still available in the period of time that suits you best. Just contact us by e-mail or phone and we will be happy to provide you with this information.

You can extend your German course directly in Vienna at our school office. The price for a prolongment (extra week) is very attractive: see prices.
Please let us know, as soon as you decide, so that we can consider your accommodation preferences. If you decide to prolong your stay on short notice, it is possible that your prefered accommodation is already fully booked. We will then be happy to offer you a suitable alternative.

If you plan a longer stay it pays to book the total duration at once: long-term courses with a course duration of minimum 12 weeks are reduced by up to 18%. (This discount is already considered in our price list).

No teaching takes place on public holidays. Tuition lost for this reason cannot be subsequently made up. Individual Tuition is not scheduled on public holidays.

ActiLingua is in a position to offer competitive prices: Compare us!

An example: The price of four weeks Standard Course with accommodation in a Host Family, in an Apartment or in a Student House (twin room) is: price list

Price includes:

  • 20 lessons German course per week (1 lesson = 45 minutes)
  • 5 lessons (2-3 times) cultural / special interest programme per week: e.g. Vienna guided tours; talks and videos about Austrian music, art, history, literature and architecture; Viennese Waltz course; parties; sports.
  • Accommodation as booked; use of kitchen included
  • ActiLingua Certificate
  • Course books may be borrowed for the whole course. Books can be bought at a 50% discount from the school office
  • Use of computers, books, videos and magazines in the multimedia library
  • Student service at the school office, Monday-Friday
  • Free internet access & WLAN/WI-FI
  • Student manual with interesting tips on Vienna
  • ActiLingua Card entitling holder to discounts at a number of museums, theatres, restaurants and shops

Our prices are quoted in Euro (EUR). To convert this into your currency use our Currency Converter.

The course can be paid in Euro (EUR) only.

The best way of paying for your German course is by bank transfer directly to our bank account or by credit card. We accept the following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard.

Our account details for bank transfer:

Raiffeisenlandesbank Wien, Meidlinger Hauptstraße, A-1120 Vienna.
IBAN: AT 30 32000 00005212808
SWIFT: RLNWATWW

Bank charges must be borne by the student. Please make out your money order as "bank charges borne by transferor".

If you decide to pay for your German course by credit card, please use our Secured Online Form or send us a fax or e-mail authorizing us to debit your card by a certain amount, and the following details:
- booking number or student's first name and surname
- amount
- type of credit card
- credit card number
- CVC code
- expiry date
- name of card holder
- signature (when sending a fax).

If you register via our secure online registration form you can arrange for payment online.

The deposit is EUR 198,00 and should be paid at the time of registration. The remaining course fees are due within 14 days of receipt of our booking confirmation, or 30 days before the start of the course at the latest. Upon receipt of your payment we will mail you the address of your accommodation. Payment must be made in Euro (EUR).

Two types of financial support are available at ActiLingua:

    • Scholarship ActiLingua awards 40 scholarships to school or university students, entitling them to a 100 percent reduction in the cost of a two-week standard course, not including accommodation.

  • Study cheque The ActiLingua study cheque gives a 10% price reduction on a one to four week course without accommodation to 40 students each year.

If you wish to apply for one of our scholarships or study cheques, you are requested to submit an application and registration form, enclosing a reference from your German teacher, and stating the precise name and address of your school/university and of the teacher concerned. We regret that no scholarships can be awarded for the months of July and August.

If you book a long-term course and prefer not to pay all of the course fees at once, we recommend you book a course duration you can easily pay in advance and then extend your stay at our student office in Vienna. The price for a prolongation (extra week) is very attractive:.
We regret that we cannot accept payment by instalments.

ActiLingua charges no registration fee. For your registration, all we require is a deposit of EUR 198.00, which will be deducted from the total amount.

If you register for a German course with ActiLingua together with one or more siblings and put the words "Sibling Discount" into the Special Requests field on our registration form along with the name(s) of your sibling(s), you will receive a discount of EUR 25.00 per person!

Yes. We offer discounts for groups of 5, 8, 10 or more people. Please contact us to enquire directly and specify the starting date and group size. We are happy to communicate our specific offer.
More details on our group offer here!

If you plan to come to ActiLingua with at least 2 more friends, you and all of your friends receive a discount of EUR 25,00 per person.
Fill in the words "TRAVEL WITH FRIENDS" into the field for special requests of your booking form or follow this link

We are very happy to hear that you are planning to return to ActiLingua Academy for your German course. Your decision is the best feedback, that we can hope for. It shows that you felt at home at our school and profited from our German programme. To thank you for your repeated trust we want to grant a price reduction of EUR 30,00 on any German course and accommodation. Fill in the words "alumni" into the field for special requests of your booking form or follow this link.

No previous knowledge is required for our German courses. Everyone is welcome. We offer German courses for every ability group. Your ability will be determined by means of a written and oral assessment test.

No special clothing is required. You can dress as casually as you like.

We can recommend our German courses even for total beginners who do not know a word of German! Our tutors are trained to teach beginners and since our colleagues and host families are used to foreign students there are hardly any difficulties outside of lessons. Courses for total beginners start once a month.

For adults aged 16 or above we offer German courses at ActiLingua Academy in the heart of Vienna. In special cases, we accept students aged 15 as long as the parent or legal guardian confirms in writing that they accept unlimited responsibility for the young person for the full duration of his/her stay. In summer, there are special junior courses for 12 to 17 year-olds at our Summer School in Vienna’s city centre. For students aged 16 to 19 years we can recommend our Holiday Course.

ActiLingua offers German courses for eight different course levels all year round: A1, A2.1, A2.2, B1.1, B1.2, B2, C1 and C2. Each course level involves 20 lessons of tuition per week and takes four to eight weeks to complete.

The course level is determined according to the results of a written and oral assessment test. The written assessment test takes approximately 60 minutes to complete and covers grammar, reading comprehension and writing skills. It is automatically enclosed with the booking confirmation when a booking is made. Participants also have the possibility to take the assessment test online after registration. The assessment test needs to arrive at our office on Monday prior to course start at the latest. If you take it after arrival it might be possible that you miss class on Monday.
An oral assessment takes place on Monday, your first day at ActiLingua.

If you feel that the level is too high or too low, then please discuss the situation with your course coordinator. You will then be moved to the suitable level.

Throughout the year, ActiLingua offers German courses which cater to all levels from beginner to advanced. Our advanced courses include literary, socio-political, cultural and business related topics and help to develop a very high command of German.

To start on another date than the dates for beginners, you should have some understanding of basic structures and a limited vocabulary. You should be able to answer very simple questions spoken slowly. If you know the present tense verb forms of ‘gehen’, ‘kommen’, ‘sprechen’, ‘arbeiten’ and ‘schreiben’, are able to introduce yourself in German or ask for the directions of the train stations, you are likely not an absolute beginner.

If you are unsure about your German proficiency, we recommend that you book your course for a beginners date. Then you can be sure to be placed in the appropriate level. If this is not possible, please contact us, so that we can work out an individual solution!

The language of instruction is German. Our tutors use special methods to teach the German language to complete beginners. No other foreign language skills are necessary.

Our classes are small, international groups with an average of eight to a maximum of twelve students in Standard Courses, and an average of five to eight in Intensive Courses.

Further Information: Methods.

Further Information: Teaching Materials.

Further Information: Course Content.

Our teachers see themselves as your friends and partners. They are native speakers of standard German and take a genuine pleasure in working together with you. All teachers are highly qualified, academically trained and regularly attend training courses held by ActiLingua.

Almost all of our teaching staff speak English and/or another foreign language - but not in the classroom. Only German is spoken in the lessons.

We provide books for the duration of the course free of charge. Should you wish to buy a copy of the book you can obtain a 50% discount at the school office.

If you only have time in the evening, we can offer you an individual course from 05:45 pm to 07:15 pm. There are group courses from 09:00 am to 12:15 pm or from 02:15 pm to 05:30 pm.

Sixty percent of our students are university students aged between 17 and 30 seeking to improve their German language skills and awareness of Austrian culture as a supplement to their academic studies. Thirty percent are already working, with ages ranging from 25 to 65. Eight percent are business managers and executives of different nationalities. Two percent are retired and wish to improve their German and familiarize themselves with Austrian culture. We hold separate courses for juniors aged 12-17 years during the summer months at our Summer School. For young adults, we can recommend our Holiday Course 16-19 years.

ActiLingua Academy is attended by people from more than 30 countries - all continents are represented! Most students come from Europe, many are from Asia and North and South America, and an ever-increasing number come to us from Australia and Africa. Our academy therefore boasts a full spectrum of nations. Students’ different native countries and cultures go a long way to enlivening discussion in our international learning groups.

Our motivated staff and small international study groups provide an ideal atmosphere for successful language learning. However, your progress depends very much on your own motivation and abilities.
ActiLingua offers 8 different course levels from beginner to advanced. Each course level usually consists of 20 lessons/week (=Standard Course) over a period of 4-8 weeks.

An example: In 12 weeks it is possible to complete A1 and A2 if you are good at languages and work hard.
From this level onwards you can take the internationally recognized exam 'A2 Grundstufe Deutsch 2'.

If you have attended your course regularly (at least 90%), you receive a certificate of participation giving details of the type of course, duration, course level, number of lessons attended and topics covered.

ActiLingua is an examination centre for the Austrian German Language Diploma OSD, which is advocated by the Austrian state, boasts 120 examination centres and enjoys world-wide recognition for its German as a foreign language examinations. You may take the following examinations.
ActiLingua offers tailored preparation courses starting two weeks before the exam (starting dates for certificate courses). For detailed information, please visit Certificate Preparation Course.

ActiLingua offers special examination courses that ideally prepare you for the examinations of the Austrian German Language Diploma (OSD). The success rate of our students is almost 100%. Detailed information on our Certificate Preparation Courses!

Our teachers and staff will counsel you and help you find a suitable exam. It is not possible to answer this question prior to your arrival in Vienna, as the students' definite level of German can only be checked upon arrival on a short oral assessment.
Certificate preparation courses are booked and paid after oral assessment directly in Vienna.

Information on OSD-exams: 2 weeks before course start of our exam preparation course, we organise a free lecture and present available exams, their levels and their advantages and help you choose the best suitable exam for your needs and ambitions.

ActiLingua offers tailored preparation courses starting two weeks before the exam: Current starting dates!

Assuming existing German skills, you may start the programme any Monday. Complete beginners have a starting date approx. once a month. No music teaching takes place on public holidays and holidays of the Conservatory. Lessons cannot be subsequently made up.

You can take music lessons with very little knowledge of German. But you must have completed at least B1.1. to attend theory lessons at the Conservatory.

Certificates issued by the Conservatory are recognized world wide as it enjoys official status.

Teachers have very good pedagogical training and are very well qualified in their field.

In order to take part in rehearsals of the orchestra or chamber ensemble, you should master your instrument very well and start your programme at the beginning of September. You can take part in a rehearsal of the orchestra or chamber ensemble directly when you arrive in Vienna. The director of the Conservatory decides if your command of the instrument is sufficient to take part in the rehearsal on a regular basis.

The programme is specially focussed on people fond of music, who already master one instrument or devote themselves to singing.

If you would like to use your stay in Vienna to work on your linguistic as well as your musical skills, we can recommend the ActiLingua course German and Music - both to lay music enthusiasts and professionals with advanced musical training. The Conservatory offers highly qualified tuition for all common musical instruments as well as voice training. You will learn the name of your teacher on the first day at the Conservatory.

No, anybody interested in music (playing an instrument or devoted to singing) is welcome to profit from the high quality practical and theoretical lessons at the Vienna Conservatory. In order to take part in rehearsals of the orchestra or chamber ensemble, you should master your instrument very well and start your programme at the beginning of September. You can take part in a rehearsal of the orchestra or chamber ensemble directly when you arrive in Vienna. The director of the Conservatory decides if your command of the instrument is sufficient to take part in the rehearsal on a regular basis.

Information on practise facilities are available at the ActiLingua Academy (approx. EUR 2.50 to EUR 7.00 per hour).

It is generally not possible to rent a musical instrument for the duration of your stay. You can always contact a local store and negotiate an individual deal. However, if it is possible we recommend that you bring your own instrument.

Music instruction takes place at the “Vienna Conservatory” which is about 20 minutes from ActiLingua Academy by underground. About 600 students from all over the world study music at the institute. Instruction for music students and professionals and lessons for enthusiastic amateurs are available.

ActiLingua arranges paid work experience for EU students and unpaid work experience for EU and non-EU citizens. The placement starts after a German course of at least eight weeks' duration. EU citizens may work in Austria without a work permit. For details, please refer to German and Work Experience.

The type of job you can do in Austria depends greatly on your knowledge of German. As a general rule, however, your level of German must be relatively high to secure work in Austria.

Fill out the registration form for the German course and the application form for the internship. It is also possible for you to register online and to send your application form with one photo and a CV by email. For German and Work Experience you need to complete two registration forms: Our general online registration form for the preparatory German course and a special registration form for Work Experience which will help us to find a suitable placement for you.

Since your previous education and experience play a significant role in determining whether or not you will be allocated a place on a work experience programme, no specific position, employment location or remuneration can be guaranteed. We do our best to find an appropriate offer. Should no position be found, we will refund EUR 290.00.

Yes, we make an offer for accommodation during your internship, too.

You can collect your job confirmation from our school office 4 weeks before the commencement of employment. It includes precise details of your workplace, starting time and terms. Then, you need to call or arrange an interview with your employer and sign the job confirmation.

This course is perfect for all teachers of German at school, college or university level, whose mother tongue is not German. It is also suitable for students who are in training and will be German teachers after finishing their education.

We offer a German Teachers' Course 1 and a German Teachers' Course 2.

The German Teachers' Course 1 is perfect for all teachers of German with a mother tongue other then German who want further training in methods, didactics and culture (i.e. German teachers for youth and/or adults). The course includes 20 lessons of teacher training and 5 lessons of culture programme/special interest classes per week and requires a minimum level of B2.

The German Teachers' Course 2 is perfect for all teachers of German with a mother tongue other then German who want to focus on their language skills (i.e. teachers in training, primary or preschool teachers). The course includes 20 lessons of German and 5 lessons of culture programme/special interest classes per week and 7 lessons of teacher training. It requires a minimum level of B1.1.

For participants from EU member states and from Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Macedonia. The Erasmus+ (Comenius/ Grundtvig) Programme of the European Union awards grants towards the costs of the course, accommodation and journey to Vienna. Information is available at your national agency for lifelong learning. Erasmus+ PIC (Personal Identification Code): 948767283

For our German Teachers' Course 1, we can offer 5 dates per year or upon request (for min. 6 participants). The German Teachers' Course 2 starts every Monday, all year round. For details have a look at our German Teachers' Course website

The duration of your German course depends on your previous knowledge of German as well as on the intensity of the chosen course. The minimum duration of our University Preparation & Enrolment Guidance programme is 12 weeks. As a total beginner it is possible to complete level B2 for university entrance in 28 weeks, and level C1 in 36 weeks.

ActiLingua offers eight course levels from beginners to advanced. Each course level usually consists of 4 to 8 weeks with 20 lessons per week. If you are good at languages and ready to work hard, it is possible to complete levels A1 and A2 in 12 weeks.

Depending on the university and study programme you need either ÖSD Zertifikat B2 Mittelstufe Deutsch or ÖSD Zertifikat C1 Oberstufe Deutsch.

Total beginners need at least 28 weeks to complete level B2 and a minimum of 36 weeks to complete C1.

The earlier we receive your registration and deposit, the easier it is for us to match your requirements in terms of accommodation and courses. German courses at ActiLingua Academy start every Monday, for total beginners once a month. You can find the exact dates on the website of our German courses.

For the University Preparation & Enrolment Guidance programme, we need to receive your application at least 2 months before the start of the course.

If you register for our German and University Preparation Programme, we need to receive the application form and a deposit of EUR 198.00 at the time of registration. If you also book our Enrolment Guidance, we recommend to send the following documents at the time of registration or 2 months before the start of your German course at the latest:

For EU, EEA or Swiss nationals and others:
- High school diploma (translated and authenticated). Citizens of other nations applying at public Austrian universities additionally need:
- Confirmation of a recognized/ accredited university in your home country that you fulfil the requirements for studying:

  • in the same field of studies as you would like to study in Austria and
  • for the period of time you want to study in Austria.

It is not necessary to be enrolled at a university in the home country. This written confirmation is not necessary if you apply at a private university.

The majority of our students have little trouble getting a visa for their stay in Austria. EU citizens and citizens of Island, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland do not need a visa at all. Citizens of some countries need to apply for a visa for stays longer than three months. We recommend to apply for a VISA C (up to 3 months) or VISA D (up to 6 months) for the duration of the German course. For stays exceeding 180 days a "Residence Permit -Students (RP)" is necessary. To be issued the RP a conditional admission from a recognized/accredited university in Austria is required. For detailed information see our visa information page.

In case the visa application is declined we will refund the paid fee excl. an administration fee of EUR 198.00 until 4 working days prior to arrival (only after receipt of written proof of embassy's denial). After that, our cancellation policy applies.

The ActiLingua University Preparation course consists of German tuition, examination course and tutorials with an ActiLingua Enrolment Advisor, who will help you with the registration at the university.
Before registering for the ActiLingua University Preparation Course & Enrolment Guidance, you can find general information on studying in Vienna and all details on your German course on our website and on our information sheet "University Preparation & Enrolment Guidance", which we will be happy to send to you.

At the time of your application, you will have to pay a deposit of EUR 198.00, which will be deducted from the total amount. If you decide to take out the optional cancellation insurance (4% of the total amount), this will also have to be paid at the time of application. The remaining amount for the course is due at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the course.

The price quoted includes your accommodation during your German course with the choice of the ActiLingua Residence, a Host Family or Apartment.

We will be glad to provide you with the contact details of the university accommodation department. Your Actilingua University Enrolment Advisor will be happy to help you with this. Afterwards, you can book your desired accommodation independently.

The price may vary depending on the type of accommodation. Places at a student dormitory are available from EUR 230,- per month, private apartments range from EUR 250,- to 400,- per month if you rent accommodation for at least one year of studies.

More Information: Insurance.

Your local high school diploma needs to be translated and authenticated in order for it to be recognized by Austrian universities. In addition, you will need to prove your German proficiency (i.e. with OSD "B2 Mittelstufe Deutsch" diploma) and a confirmation of a university in your home country that you fulfil the requirements for studying there.

Citizens of non-EU countries applying at public Austrian universities need:
- Confirmation of a recognized/ accredited university in your home country that you fulfil the requirements for studying:

  • in the same field of studies as you would like to study in Austria and
  • for the period of time you want to study in Austria.

It is not necessary to be enrolled at a university in the home country. This written confirmation is not necessary if you apply at a private university. You can find an example of the certificate of special qualification for university studies here.

Should all required documents be correct and submitted on time, a successful admission at an Austrian university is very likely. Please bear in mind, however, that ActiLingua cannot be held responsible for the verification of the documents. The final decision on whether a student will be admitted or not will be taken by the university, not by ActiLingua.

Cancellations must be made in writing before course start. Cancellation charges amounts to EUR 198,00 if you cancel up to 4 working days before course start. No refund is possible in the event of cancellation three working days or less before course start or after course start, or of non-arrival of the participant. A cancellation becomes effective upon receipt by ActiLingua of written or wired notification. Should the cancellation be accompanied by nomination of a suitable replacement, ActiLingua will waive all fees apart from an administration charge of EUR 40,00.

When booking our University Preparation and Enrolment Guidance Programme the cancellation charges amounts to EUR 618,00 (EUR 198,00 deposit + EUR 420,00 University Enrolment Guidance) for bookings of longterm German courses from 12 weeks on. When booking a 6-11 weeks German course the cancellation charges amounts to EUR 788,00 (EUR 198,00 deposit + EUR 590,00 University Enrolment Guidance ). No refund is possible in the event of cancellation three working days or less before course start or after course start, or of non-arrival of the participant. A cancellation becomes effective upon receipt by ActiLingua of written or wired notification.

If your visa application was rejected, please send us a written confirmation of the Austrian Embassy or Consulate (in German or English) before course start. In this case we will refund the total payment less EUR 198,00 administration fee. In the case of University Preparation and Enrolment Guidance Programme bookings we will refund the total payment less EUR 618,00 or EUR 788,00.

We recommend to all participants that they take out cancellation insurance which costs 4% of the total amount and has to be paid together with your deposit. If you need to cancel your stay prior to departure due to illness or a serious illness of a close family member, all costs less insurance and travel costs are returned. A medical certificate is required for reimbursement.

The more time you spend in a country the better you will understand it, its people, its culture and, last but not least, its language. The following advantages await you on a longer ActiLingua course:

  • A particularly attractive price: The long-term course is up to 18% cheaper in comparison to the Standard Course! (This reduction is already considered in our pricelist.)
  • Lasting improvement and consolidation of language skills
  • Comprehensive exposure to the culture and character of another country
  • Good working relationship with native speakers and other course participants
  • Making good contacts and friendships.

Our motivated staff and small international study groups provide an ideal atmosphere for successful language learning. However, your progress depends very much on your own motivation and abilities. Generally, each course level consists of 20 lessons/week for 4 - 8 weeks. If you are good at languages and work hard it is possible to complete A1 and A2 in 12 weeks.
If you have attended the course regularly (at least 90%) you receive a certificate of participation stating details like course level, duration and type of course. Optionally, you can take the ActiLingua test and get a grade for the proficiency you have acquired.
If you need your German in official and business situations mostly, it might be a good idea to prepare for an internationally recognized German certificate. ActiLingua Academy is official examination centre for the Austrian German Language Diploma (OSD). You can participate in tailored preparation courses and take a wide selection of internationally recognized exams.

If you have attended your course regularly (at least 90%), you receive a certificate of participation giving details of the type of course, duration, course level, number of lessons attended and topics covered.

Für den Fall dass Sie einen offiziellen Nachweis Ihrer Deutschkenntnisse für Ihren beruflichen Fortschritt benötigen, empfehlen wir Ihnen ein international anerkanntes Zertifikat wie das vom österreichischen Staat unterstützte Österreichische Sprachdiplom Deutsch (ÖSD) für das ActiLingua offizielles Prüfungszentrum ist. Zusätzlich zu Ihrem Deutschkurs können Sie sich in einem maßgeschneiderten Prüfungsvorbereitungskurs auf Ihre Prüfung vorbereiten.

If you can already speak some German, there are German courses starting every Monday. German courses for complete beginners start once a month: current starting dates..

You have a choice of Host Families, Apartments, ActiLingua Residence and hotel accommodation the whole year round. Student Houses are available in summer.

At the ActiLingua Residence and in Host Families it is possible to book breakfast, half board or self catering (cooking facilities). Our Apartments are equipped with a kitchen in which you will find the most important utensils and crockery. Accommodation at the Student House is available with breakfast or half board.

ActiLingua Residence: Available year round. The apartments are especially comfortable in a tastefully renovated art-deco building ("Jugendstil") typical for Vienna. The school and the city centre are within easy distance and can be reached within 10 minutes by public transport. Quiet location, Gasometer Shopping center nearby. There are two types of apartments available: Standard or Superior

Student House: Available in July and August. You have your own room (single or shared room) in a favourably located student house with rapid access to the city centre. Most rooms feature their own shower, toilet and telephone. You can choose between breakfast and half-board. There's a kitchen where you may use the hotplates and refrigerator free of charge - students must provide their own crockery and utensils.

Apartment: Available year-round. We recommend this type of accommodation if you value your independence. You are accommodated in a well-maintained flat, often shared with other ActiLingua students, in single or shared rooms with shared bathroom and kitchen. You are responsible for your own meals; the flat contains all usual kitchen utensils and crockery. Most flats are also equipped with their own washing machine and TV.

More inofrmation on our accommodation options here!

If you stay at a Host Family half-board includes breakfast and lunch or dinner depending on your course schedule and the Host Family. If you stay at a Student House half-board is always breakfast and dinner.

Usually the distance between the accommodation and the school is approx. 20-30 minutes (maximum of 40 minutes) by public transport.

A soon as we receive the complete amount for the course and accommodation, we will send you the exact address of your accommodation within two working days. Additionally, you will receive a Welcome Letter and a Voucher containing useful pre-arrival information!

Please inform us of any allergies and dietary requirements when you register, your needs will then be taken into account when we allocate you to your accommodation!

In our carefully selected Host Families, well-maintained Student Houses and comfortable Apartments you can choose among shared rooms and single rooms. We do our best to satisfy all your wishes concerning accommodation. Should, contrary to expectations, a type of accommodation be fully booked, we will immediately contact you to offer a suitable alternative and try to work out a solution which meets your requirements.

You share a room with another ActiLingua student who has come to Vienna to learn German. We make every effort to place students of the same age and different nationality together. Of course, you always share a room with a student of the same sex.

In the case of accommodation in Host Families or Apartments, ActiLingua makes every effort to put students of different nationalities and the same age together.

If you would like to stay together with a friend who is also attending an ActiLingua course, then please let us know when you register. We will make every effort to ensure that you are placed together.

Our ActiLingua Residence also serves hotel guests who do not take part in one of our German courses. We are happy to tell you more about our prices. Please contact us for further information!

Alternatively, we recommend that you stay at a hotel or a guesthouse during your German course. Due to the limited number of rooms we are only able to offer accommodation to course participants. If you prefer to hunt for your accommodation yourself, please contact the Vienna Tourist Board.

Should a student, contrary to expectations, be dissatisfied with the accommodation, this should be communicated to the school office in Vienna as soon as possible, however no later than three days after arrival. ActiLingua will then offer a suitable alternative.

ActiLingua Residence: A laundrette service is offered at the residence. A public laundrette is available nearby too. Most Host Families and some Apartments feature washing facilites at cost price. Most Student Houses feature laundrettes. However, as any other metropolis there is a huge number of public laundrettes all over Vienna, which is a good occasion for tuning in on local talk.

Please bring your own towels. Bed linen is provided.

Your room is cleaned weekly. If you have booked accommodation in our ActiLingua Residence your room is cleaned twice weekly (ActiLingua Residence Standard) or even Monday through Friday (ActiLingua Residence Superior). Read more!
Bed linen is changed every two weeks.

Our well looked-after Apartments are generally used to accommodate our course students. An average of one to four, and a maximum of eight, students are accommodated in one apartment. If you book ActiLingua Residence Superior, you will have your own apartment.

The apartments in our ActiLingua Residence feature a fully equipped kitchen.

Kitchens in our Apartments are fully equipped, too.

If you stay with a Host Family you can - after talking to your hosts - use the family's kitchen.

Student House features a kitchen. Students need to bring their own crockery and utensils.

Please note that the location of the Host Family cannot be chosen. The apartments of our Host Families are located in all of Vienna with good connection to public transport. Usually the distance between the accommodation and the school is approx. 20-30 minutes (maximum of 40 minutes) by public transport.

We make every effort to ensure that your stay is as pleasant as possible. Accommodation standards are regularly checked by us. We also ask all our students for feedback after their stay. Our landlords are selected with the following criteria in mind:

  • Closeness to the school (average of 20-30 minutes, max. 40 minutes) by public transport
  • Size, furnishings and fittings in the flat, bathroom facilities and student's room
  • Access to the family's communal areas
  • Weekly cleaning of the flat and check that everything is OK
  • If breakfast or half board is offered, choice of food at breakfast and a three-course hot lunch or dinner
  • Opportunity to get to know family members and any other tenants.

Some of our Host Families are young and childless, some have children who attend school and some are older couples whose children are already grown up and live elsewhere.

Please note that you cannot book a room with a private bathroom and toilet at the Host Family. Students generally share the kitchen, bathroom and toilet with other members of the Host Family. If you wish to book a room with a private bathroom, we recommend our Superior Apartment at the ActiLingua Residence. The Superior Apartment (30-40 m2) is for single use with private kitchen, bathroom and toilet.

We offer about 40 places with host families throughout the year and are currently increasing the number. Some Host Families only accept students that book accommodation and board, others prefer female or younger students. We aim at accommodating the wishes of Host Families and students. It can happen that we do not find a suitable Host Family for the student due to incompatible preferences. In this case we always offer a suitable alternative, i.e. an Apartment or accommodation in the ActiLingua Residence.

Your arrival day is Sunday before course start. Please inform your landlord until Tuesday before the start of the course of your exact arrival time. We recommend to book a transfer at "Airport-Driver" directly at the airport which is usuallly cheaper than taking a regular taxi. Transfers can also be booked online or through ActiLingua. Go to Airport-Driver.at or call +43 1 22822. You will be met by a driver either at the airport (in the arrivals hall) or the railway station. You can find up-to-date prices on our price sites. It is also possible (and cheaper) to go by bus, train or tube.

Of course. If you book our transfer services and have told us your exact arrival time, you will be met by a driver holding a sign with your name or with an ActiLingua sign. You will be met by a driver either at the airport (in the arrivals hall) or the railway station (on the platform direct). You can find up-to-date prices on our price sites.

Vienna's transport network is very efficient. There is an underground (U-Bahn), trams, buses and suburban rail network (Schnellbahn). Tickets are available at all tobacconists and at ticket offices in the underground stations.
There are weekly tickets (EUR 16.20), monthly tickets (EUR 48.20), daily tickets (EUR 7.60), "shopping tickets" (EUR 6.10 valid from Mon - Fri 08:00 am - 08:00 pm) and single tickets (EUR 2.20 when purchased in advance). Night owls can travel all over the city by night bus (Ticket: EUR 2.20). Taxis (Tel. +43 60 160 or +43 31 300) are another possibility; there are taxi ranks almost everywhere, and taxis can be ordered by telephone from cafés and restaurants. Information on public transport in Vienna can be found at http://www.vor.at/ sowie http://www.wienerlinien.at/ ; http://www.taxi60160.at/ und http://www.taxi31300.at/ contain details about taxis in Vienna.

Tickets valid for all public transport in Vienna (tube, tram or bus) are available at ticket offices and machines (Sunday, too!) at all tube stations and in all tobacconists (Trafik). Ticket machines accept coins and bills and return the change.

All participants need to register on their first day (Monday) at the school office at 08:30 am.
If we have received the assessment test until Tuesday before course start you are assigned to your course level after a short oral assessment talk. Afterwards, you will learn your course level and schedule (morning or afternoon).
If not, you need to fill in the written assessment test then. This might lead to you missing your first day in class!

Our Host Families will explain the easiest and fastest way to school in all detail and show you on the city map. Then you set out for school independently.

Every course includes 5 lessons/week of cultural and special interest programme. We organize special talks, discussions and videos about Austrian music, art, literature, history and architecture. Films, tours of the many sights of Vienna, parties and sports all form part of the programme.

To broaden your Austrian horizons, we also organize trips at cost price to places in the environs of Vienna and further afield. For instance, you can join us on a trip to Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Graz, the "green heart of Austria" , Budapest, the capital city of Hungary , medieval Klosterneuburg or the famous Wachau region in the Danube valley! If you are doing a course in the summer, you can take a dip in the magnificent Lake Neusiedl or savour Austrian wine at a traditional "Heuriger" wine tavern in one of the finest wine-growing areas. City walks, special interest lectures on Vienna's art, literature, architecture and history, a Waltzing course and a hands-on introduction to Viennese cuisine are some of the highlights of our leisure programme. You can find the programme and more information on activities on our blog.

Our cultural and special interest programme mostly takes place in German. According to our teaching methods German is used exclusively with total beginners, too. We include diverse images and demonstrative graphics to support understanding. For some programmes English language handouts are available on request.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to combine a German course with a day's skiing or snowboarding. You attend your German course from Monday to Friday and then head off to the ski slopes on weekends. Please refer to German and Wintersports for details.

Vienna offers a wide range of activities in every season for sport lovers. The following section provides you with a general picture of the sorts of activities on offer. For further information please consult our comprehensive student manual which will be handed to you at the start of your course.

Swimming

Vienna has over forty public and private indoor and open-air pools all of which are in immaculate condition and kept very clean. The wonderful Amalienbad and the Erlebnisbad Margareten with its giant water slide, sauna and wild water rapids are both worth a visit. In the summer you can soak up the sun in the midst of an Italian Riviera atmosphere on the Danube Island or settle down for the day at the Krapfenwaldbad and enjoy its spectacular hilltop view of Vienna. Information on all public swimming pools can be found at public baths in Vienna..

Fitness, Tennis and Squash

For fitness fans Club Danube has the answer. It offers everything your heart desires: tennis, squash, badminton, aerobics and much more. There are 12 branches throughout Vienna, with the headquarters at Franzosengraben (U3 -Erdberg terminus). Fitnessclub Heimlich is just around the corner from our school. Students can attend aerobic and other fitness classes at a reduced rate upon production of an ActiLingua Card.

Ice Skating

In the cold winter months we can recommend the Wiener Eislaufverein ice-rink. It is one of the largest artificial rinks in the world, covering 6,200 sqm. Skates can, of course, be hired. The outdoor ice-rink in front of Vienna's City Hall is great fun and can be enjoyed throughout January and February. Skate on the rink and enjoy the city hall's fairytale lights. Those who find skating on an artificial surface too boring can take a trip to the picturesque Lake Neusiedl. When the ice is thick enough, it is magically converted into one of Europe's largest natural ice rinks!

Bicycle amd skate hire

The numerous cycle paths and the Danube Island are perfect for roller skating, inline skating and cycling. Equipment can be hired from Rad- und Skaterverleih 2000 on the Danube Island (Copa Cagrana) at a reduced rate with the ActiLingua Card.

Skiing

If you are in Austria for the winter you should definitely not miss out on a ski trip. You can practice your skiing at Hohe Wand-Wiese. Semmering - Stuhleck, 113km from Vienna offers yet more opportunities to try out your skiing, featuring cross country trails, toboggan runs and a multitude of beautiful hiking trails as well as pistes to suit all abilities. Skis, snowboards, boots and poles can be hired next to the skilifts.

German instruction takes place from Monday to Friday. You are entirely free to make plans for the weekends and discover Austria on your own. If you prefer to discover Austria with your school mates we offer weekly excursions to favourite destinations (Salzburg, Wachau region, lake Neusiedl or even Budapest) at cost price. For longer trips we recommend that you go before or after the German course.

Vienna is the ideal place to learn German! The Austrian capital combines the convenience of a modern cosmopolitan city with the imperial charm and flair of bygone years. It boasts outstanding infrastructure, is clean and safe, and has all the inspiration you could wish for on a language course. The monuments to its rich history and imperial past capture the imagination of history lovers. Music and art fans swarm to the city, and its vibrant social scene provides fun and entertainment - off the beaten track too. Take a look at our Guide to Vienna and check out Vienna's attractions for yourself!

As is the case with all languages, German has its regional variations, particularly in the way it is spoken. The German speaking territory can be divided into two linguistic areas - Northern German and Southern German. Austria is in the Southern German area. All over the world there are people whose spoken language is different from the standard version and Vienna is no exception. Dialect is not spoken any more or any less here than in other German speaking towns. The German spoken in Austria is pure and melodious, and is regarded by many experts to be the most correct form of the language. At ActiLingua Academy you learn standard German according to a recognized curriculum.

Vienna is one of the safest capital cities in the world. An excellent public transport network of underground trains, trams and buses that extends into the suburbs carries you quickly to your destination from early morning until late at night. You can travel almost all over the city in safety at night too. Vienna boasts all the convenience of a European capital city, but has managed to remain free of the frequently associated dangers of metropolitan life. The friendly atmosphere of calm and "Gemütlichkeit" which the Viennese have elevated to a kind of philosophy runs through the whole city and makes visitors feel at home very quickly.

Austria's climate is generally moderate and mild. Average summer temperatures range from 20°C to 30°C, the average winter temperature is around 0°C. Vienna is exposed to the warm and dry Pannonian climate and the raw Alpine climate so the temperature and weather conditions tend toward extremes. Above-average temperatures or sharp drops in temperature can occur at any time of year. If you come to us in the summer, we recommend that you bring swim wear, waterproofs and a light jacket just to be on the safe side! In the winter, warm clothing and sturdy, waterproof footwear is essential even if blazing sunshine and positive temperatures are forecast for the duration of your stay. Up-to-date weather reports can be found at http://www.wetter.at and at Weather.com.

As well as being in the middle of Europe, Vienna is also in the middle in terms of prices. Since joining the European Union, basic food costs have come into line with those in the rest of the European Union. Products available in the Austria federal capital originate from all over Europe. You will find a wide variety of clothing, textiles, furniture and food products, on sale in open-air markets and modern shopping malls, as well as a host of typical Austrian souvenirs. Vienna is not a particularly cheap tourist destination in European terms, but visitors find it a great place to shop. Food and drink comes in all price categories. There are numerous inexpensive pubs serving good local and international dishes. Main meals cost an average of between EUR 5.00-7.00. Beverages cost between EUR 2.00-4.00. Naturally, you will also find upmarket restaurants in higher price brackets (particularly in the inner city). Here you have to budget for between EUR 11.00-18.00 for a main meal. A good bottle of wine costs EUR 10 upwards.

It goes without saying that food and drink is cheaper at the supermarket: a litre of wine costs as little as EUR 2.50, a can of beer from EUR 0.50, 1 kg of bread approx. EUR 2.00 and a frozen pizza an average of EUR 2.50. Websites of some Austrian supermarket chains:

Vienna's transport network is very efficient. There is an underground (U-Bahn), trams, buses and suburban rail network (Schnellbahn). Tickets are available at all tobacconists and at ticket offices in the underground stations.
There are weekly tickets (EUR 16.20), monthly tickets (EUR 48.20), daily tickets (EUR 7.60), "shopping tickets" (EUR 6.10 valid from Mon - Fri 08:00 am - 08:00 pm) and single tickets (EUR 2.20 when purchased in advance). Night owls can travel all over the city by night bus (Ticket: EUR 2.20). Taxis (Tel. +43 60 160 or +43 31 300) are another possibility; there are taxi ranks almost everywhere, and taxis can be ordered by telephone from cafés and restaurants. Information on public transport in Vienna can be found at http://www.vor.at/ sowie http://www.wienerlinien.at/ ; http://www.taxi60160.at/ und http://www.taxi31300.at/ contain details about taxis in Vienna.

In the districts 1-9, 12, 14-17 and 20 from Monday to Friday (09:00 am - 10:00 pm) the max. permitted parking period is 2 hours. Short stay parking tickets are available in most tobacconists, at some banks and at public transport ticket counters. Half an hour costs EUR 1.-. Free parking spaces can be found throughout the districts 10,11,13,18,19 and 21-23. Careful: Not all parking spaces are free, short term parking zones are marked in special colours. It is also possible to park in one of the many underground car parks. The Technical University underground car park in Operngasse, 1010 Vienna, for instance, costs approx. EUR 3.50 per hour.

Yes. ActiLingua offers its students vocational training. Please consult German and Work Experience for further information.

Vienna offers a multitude of things to see and do for everyone! The city's calendar is packed with concerts, festivals and events. Numerous theatres, cinemas, sporting facilities, restaurants, pubs and coffee shops offer exciting pastimes for everybody. For further details go to our Vienna City Guide !

That depends on your personal spending habits and the booked accommodation (full-board, breakfast or self-catering). At our sites on course prices you can find an up-to-date reference.

You can take advantage of our free internet access to keep in touch with friends and family back home. Our ActiLingua multimedia library features 20 workplaces with computers and free internet access. There is free WLAN / Wi-Fi in the whole school.

If you fall ill during the course, we will call a doctor for you if necessary and try to help you as swiftly and unbureaucratically as possible.

For reasons of data protection we are not permitted to hand over the addresses and telephone numbers of our students. References from former ActiLingua students can be found on our website Student Opinions.

Angehörige von EU, EWR oder Schweizer Staatsbürger benötigen folgende Dokumente:

    • Das Abitur bzw. die Matura oder ein gleichwertiges Reifezeugnis (übersetzt und eventuell beglaubigt). Die einzelnen Universitäten entscheiden, ob Zusatz- oder Ergänzungsprüfungen verlangt werden.

  • Nachweis der Kenntnis der deutschen Sprache: ÖSD Zertifikate „B2 Mittelstufe Deutsch“ oder „C1 Oberstufe Deutsch“ abhängig von der Studienrichtung. Eine Auflistung der Anerkennungen der ÖSD-Prüfungen an österreichischen Universitäten finden Sie auf http://www.osd.at/.
    ActiLingua bietet maßgeschneiderte Vorbereitungskurse auf diese und alle anderen ÖSD-Prüfungen an. Unsere Prüfungskurse beginnen jeweils 2 Wochen vor den offiziellen Prüfungsdaten. Details finden Sie auf der Seite Prüfungskurs.

Angehörige anderer Staaten brauchen zusätzlich:

  • eine Bestätigung Ihrer Heimatuniversität, dass Sie dort studieren dürfen und zwar:
    o dieselbe Studienrichtung, die Sie in Österreich studieren möchten und
    o für jenen Zeitraum, in dem Sie in Österreich studieren möchten

Bitte beachten Sie außerdem: Es gibt Zugangsbeschränkungen bei einzelnen Universitäten, vor allem bei stark frequentierten Studiengängen und Fachrichtungen (z.B. Medizinische Fächer, Biologie, Pharmazie, BWL, etc.)


Unser Deutschkurs Universitätsvorbereitung und Platzierung bereitet Sie optimal auf ein Studium in Österreich vor.

As a part of our leisure programme we organise weekly excursions at cost price. Our students visit favourite destinations like Salzburg, Klosterneuburg, Wachau region, Lake Neusiedl or Graz accompanied by an experienced tutor.

Austria has many destinations to offer which appeal to all tastes. The mountainous western provinces are great for year-round hiking and perfect for winter sports. Water sport fans will find just the right thing at Salzburg province's lakes, the beautiful Wörthersee in Carinthia in the warm south and at the huge Lake Neusiedl in eastern Austria. Culture vultures will be bowled over by the beautiful historic towns of Graz, Salzburg and Innsbruck. The Internet contains many addresses which will be of help to you as you select and plan your trip around Austria; we have compiled a short list for you below.

Venice, Budapest or Prague, too, are close to Vienna and well worth a visit.

Travel agencies
  • Verkehrsbuero

Transport
  • Austrian Airlines
  • OEBB - national railway company
  • Westbahn - railway company
  • Postbus - national buses
  • Eurolines - international buses

Car rental
  • Hertz
  • Budget
  • Europcar

You can find information on arrival and departure to/from Austria in our arrival information or you can contact any of our reliable partner agencies in your country that will be happy to help you organise your trip! As we are a German language school, it is not possible to book a flight through ActiLingua.

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