For a long time we have collected for you the most frequently asked questions that parents and participants have before the start of our programs. The answers to these questions are intended to give an overall impression of the educational and language programs of GISB GmbH, as well as the preparation for them.
Where can I order the program?
Programs GISB GmbH can be ordered from our partners.
In St. Petersburg:
Foundation “Russian-German meeting center at Petrikirche St. Petersburg”
Adress: Nevsky Prospect, 22-24, St. Petersburg, 191186
Tel .: +7 (812) 570 40 96
German language courses “100% Deutsch”
Address: st. Marseilles, 33, office 405, Odessa, 65123
Tel .: +38 (097) 335-41-41
Программы GISB GmbH можно заказать у наших партнеров.
Do the participants receive a certificate after the end of the shift?
At the end of the program, each participant receives a certificate.
Is the flight included in the cost of the program?
How do participants get to the campsite?
Participants receive a free transfer from the airport to the location of the language camp.
Does the organizer provide visa support to participants in a language camp?
A special invitation is made to the participant’s name, which is necessary for obtaining a visa.
LIFE IN LANGUAGE CAMP
Are boys and girls housed separately?
Yes, boys and girls are always placed separately.
Language assistants and teachers – who are they?
As assistants and teachers, we invite only native speakers who have the appropriate education and experience in teaching German.
What are the conditions of accommodation in the language camp?
The placement conditions depend on the program. As a rule, participants are accommodated for 3-4 people, there is a shower and a toilet in the room.
What rules exist during the program?
Here are the basic rules that all participants of the program must observe without exception:
- respect all participants in the language program, organizers and teachers;
- observe the basic rules of life safety
- observe basic rules of personal hygiene
- comply with the regulations of the youth hotel
- observe the internal regulations of the GISB GmbH program.
In the language camp is strictly prohibited:
- drink alcohol, smoke, use narcotic substances
- intimidate, scoff, and also use physical force against other program participants
- swim in the reservoirs without the knowledge and permission of the organizers of the program
- leave the territory of the youth hotel without the permission of the organizers of the program.
More detailed information you can find on our website in the section “Rules of Conduct during the linguistic program “.
How is the food organized in the language camp?
The peculiarity of the language camp is not only that children get the opportunity to learn German with the native speakers daily, but also the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of the language being studied. This means to get acquainted first and foremost with the culture of a German-speaking country. An integral part of the culture of each people, of course, is her kitchen. That’s why we offer our young guests to join traditional dishes, get acquainted with the specifics of food intake and understand the taste habits of native speakers.
THE DAY OF THE DAY IN THE LANGUAGE CAMP
What does a typical day in a language camp look like?
Immediately after breakfast, the camp participants begin to learn German in the form of fascinating lessons that last until lunch. After lunch, we offer an excursion program or outdoor games with the use of German. After active rest, participants are invited to dinner. In the daily program, an hour is planned for the completion of German language tasks in groups led by the teacher. The day ends with the evening program. In addition to constant training of language skills, we pay great attention to the development of the personal qualities of the camp participants and the formation of a positive emotional atmosphere in the group. Every evening in a game form we involve children in activities aimed at developing communication skills, revealing leadership potential and acquiring skills in working in a group.
What do the participants do in the language camp, apart from German lessons?
In addition to the fascinating lessons of the German language, we offer an extensive regional program and daily activities aimed at developing the personal qualities and social and communicative skills of participants.