The Carl Duisberg Training Center Munich
The Carl Duisberg Training Center Munich is located in the west near the city center. It is close to public transport and to the University of Applied Sciences. Munich University, the Schwabing student district and the English Garden are also nearby.
Our training center has 15 seminar rooms, a “Lernstudio” and a party room.
We have vending machines for hot and cold drinks as well as a cafeteria serving snacks and drinks in the mornings for our international students.
Our training center in Munich is especially convenient, as there is a guesthouse for students on the premises.
Munich - a cosmopolitan city and at the same time a village of a million people. This third largest German city is an architectural work of art: the spectrum reaches from the gothic Peters Church at Marienplatz, over the baroque Nymphenburg Palace, to the ultra modern BMW-tower.
The metropolis will charm you with its zest for life especially in the way it connects traditional and modern: “laptop and Lederhose” so the saying goes. When thinking of Munich one cannot forget the world famous Oktoberfest, or the FC Bayern München football team and its breathtaking home ground Allianz Arena, not to mention the famous Hofbräuhaus.
Top class museums such as the Old and the New Pinakothek, as well as the Pinakothek of Modern Art, the German Museum with the largest natural science and technical exhibitions round off the picture of Munich as the cultural highlight in Germany.
The Bavarian state capital is at the same time a strong economic metropolis and important university city, with some of the most internationally renowned and research oriented universities and elite universities. Munich is also popular with students as the city and surroundings have so many high quality leisure activities to offer.
Munich is the gateway to the Bavarian Alps for hiking, rock climbing, paragliding, skiing or snowboarding: during every season you can enjoy a whole variety of experiences and sports in Europe’s unique mountainous terrain. Countless lakes and rivers in the Alpine foothills are an open invitation for you to enjoy water sport activities.
Famous cultural sites such as the fairy tale castle Neuschwanstein eternalized with the myths of King Ludwig II, are within a 100 kilometer radius.
Also important cities such as Augsburg and Regensburg (UNESCO-world heritage site) and the largest stretch of hop growing region in the world, the Hallertau, are situated more or less on the doorstep. After so much activity the best way to end the day is to enjoy a fresh wheat beer in one of the many lovely beer gardens.
- Jazz dance
- Table tennis
- American football
- Hang gliding
- Ski touring
- Airport/Station transfer
- Facilities for students with disabilities
- Visa support
- Student counselling
- Host family accommodation
- Host family accommodation without students of same native language
- Own apartment
- In hotel/guesthouse
- On campus
- Shared Apartment
- Student Residence
- Art history
- Cultural tourism (theater, museum, etc.)
- Historical sightseeing
- On campus events
- University student social events
- Rock climbing
- Culture Shock presentation
- Local cultural events (festivals, etc.)
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