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  • Vivat Lingua! celebrates its 20 years!

    We have been helping people improve their language skills since 2003. Back then, our first course room was at Mirabeauweg 6. Since 2017, we have been at Friedrichstraße 18 – and since 2020, our courses are all over the world. 

    Over the course of these 20 years, our community has continued to grow. Some of our course participants have even made videos for us! You can watch them on our social media channels

    Would you like to congratulate us too? Amina, our social media coordinator, will be happy to organise a video with you!
    Contact her by email: aminarigotti[at]vivat-lingua.de

    We will celebrate with a livestream event on 17 July from around 19:30. We'd love to meet you there! You will find the link here at the beginning of July.

  • Support refugees by gifting German training

    There's war again. We are thinking a lot about how to best help people in need. In 2015 and 2016 some people contacted us and said, "I would like to support a refugee with a German course." We thought it was a very nice idea back then and thus could support  refugee learners.⁠

    Therefore, we have decided to continue to facilitate sponsorships.
    Since March of this year, we have again been able to arrange 28 German training sponsorships.

    Contact us if you would like to support refugees with a German course. We will gladly arrange contacts - or support a sponsorship anonymously.


    Contact us to help

  • Learning a new language is a gift that can open up the world:

    It is permanent.
    It is CO2 neutral.
    It creates joy!

    Treat your loved ones to our language voucher!
    Go to www.vivat-lingua.de/de/gutschein, choose the amount and order, print and send the voucher directly online. Just fill out the order form below and optionally add a personal greeting!

    Happy gift giving!

  • We are very honored...

    The Ministry of Economy, Labor and Tourism Baden-Württemberg named us the winner of the competition "familyNET 4.0 - corporate culture in a digital working world" on November 30.

    We are thrilled! Thank you very much!

    Yes, we want to improve the digital working world!
    Yes, we want to make education high-quality and fun!
    Yes, we want to give our super Vivat Lingua! team the best design, earning, working and development opportunities.

    This award tells us: hey, you are on the right track.
    So: we'll keep it up, we promise.

    We would like to thank the Vivat Lingua! Team and Marina Menner and Carina Kramer for their preparation.

    We are happy and grateful!
    Adelheid Kumpf and Niels Stock

  • "das Fingerspitzengefühl" - practising languages on social media

    das Fingerspitzengefühl = der Finger (finger) + die Spitze (tip) + das Gefühl (feeling)⁠
    (I am careful about how I behave or express myself. I do not hurt others with my words or behavior).

    Become part of the Vivat Lingua! Learning Community on social media and learn with us alongside your language course. Follow us and get extra vocabulary, grammar and Germany input! We look forward to your likes and comments!

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  • Vivat Lingua! COVID-19 Update (14.02.2023)

    Our language training courses are starting predominantly in the virtual course room via Zoom.
    The coordinators decide whether a language training starts via Zoom or face-to-face.
    Information can be found directly in the respective foreign language courses.

    As of now, there are no rules at Friedrichstraße 18. We suggest you still wear a mask for your safety.

    Thank you for your cooperation.
    Adelheid Kumpf and Niels Stock

  • Getting to know a new home with our Welcome Guide.

    Learning German does not only mean accusative and dative. ⁠
    Learning languages at Vivat Lingua! also means getting to know a new home. ⁠⁠

    Our welcome guide Niels shows the German learners from Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria and the Congo the quarry near Wendelsheim. ⁠⁠

    Very relaxed. ⁠⁠
    On a Sunday. ⁠⁠
    With laughter and without a facemask.
    ⁠⁠Wonderful! ⁠⁠

    More information on the welcome guide and other services included click here.
    Contact us!