+49 178 728 32 44 - (Mon - Thu, 11:00 - 18:30 & Fri, 10:00 - 17:00) infoberlin@das-akademie.de

Online registration at DAS Akademie

Online registration at DAS Akademie is a simple process. If you are interested in signing up for one of our acclaimed courses, simply fill out the form below.

After you have submitted the online registration form, our team will get in touch with you to share all the relevant details for the language course of your choice, organise the placement test (if needed) and send you the final registration form. As such, completing the online registration form is completely non-binding.

Learning your desired language in our language school in Berlin or online is only a few steps ahead.

Online Registration Request

* By filling out the form, you will not be committing to a contract. You will simply be expressing your interest in a course. We will then initiate the online registration process by providing you with more information about your course.

Registration Process: Step by Step

If you request to register for any level other than A1.1, our team will invite you for a free placement test. In case you do not want to take an elaborate assessment, the test can be conducted in form of a short informal conversation over the phone. In this way, you will also have the opportunity to meet one of our great teachers personally and ask any questions you might have.

After the first step is complete, our team will send you an email with a course recommendation. Here, you will find the final registration form attached. Finally, you will need to fill out and send this form to us via email.

Did you know?

The most effective language learning method is the way kids learn their mother tongue: listening and speaking. This is why the language courses at DAS Akademie focus on speaking.


“Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another way to think about things.” Flora Lewis

“One should not aim at being possible to understand but at being impossible to misunderstand.” Marcus Fabius Quintilian