F+U Academy opens in Chemnitz

27, January, 2015

Germany-based provider F+U Academy of Languages has announced the opening of a new campus in Chemnitz, which becomes the group’s fourth year-round centre.

The new 73,000m2 campus in Chemnitz is the largest in the F+U Group

The new F+U Chemnitz is located on a 73,000m2 campus at the edge of the Ore Mountains, with around 100 rooms and facilities including wireless internet, multimedia-equipped classrooms, an internet café, washing machines and a convenience store. On-campus leisure activities include table football, pool, football pitches and volleyball courts.

The school will offer German language programmes such as intensive German, TestDaf preparation, grammar courses and conversation training as well as junior camps in the summer and winter and group courses. The school additionally offers a range of programmes in other languages.

F+U Chemnitz is also working with the Technische Universität (TU) Chemnitz, “one of the most distinguished institutions of higher education in Germany”, said F+U in a company statement.

“Chemnitz, regarded as the ‘City of Modernism’, is well known for its stimulating scientific and economic environment. In cooperation with TU Chemnitz, F+U offers guided tours of the university’s libraries and grounds. We also provide informational seminars and workshops to support our students’ future success through securing enrolment at a German university,” said F+U.

Regarding the location and local leisure opportunities, the company said, “Be it going for a run or a leisurely bike tour or appreciating the lovely natural surroundings, F+U Chemnitz and the surrounding area offer many opportunities to help our students relax and enjoy numerous fun activities.

“In the winter months, the nearby Ore Mountains also offer the possibility to go skiing or snowboarding. Chemnitz possesses ski trails, slopes, ice skating rinks, swimming pools are more.”

F+U Academy also has schools in Heidelberg, Darmstadt and Berlin, and is part of the F+U Group, one of the largest private providers in Germany, which includes a university of applied sciences, a university of cooperative education and international schools.

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