Learn German, the most popular language in Europe. Whether you’re just starting out or want to hone your skills, these evening and weekend German classes London are the place to start.

The most popular course in the UK, Goethe-Institut offers ten-week lessons that teach you the basics of the language and how to use it. They’re suitable for beginners, and they’re run by professional teachers who speak the language fluently.

You’ll take a placement test on your first lesson, and you’ll start out at the level that’s best for you. Lessons are active and engaging, and they’re kept up to date with the latest teaching techniques.

If you’re interested in a less formal approach to learning German, try an online class from Lingoda. These small group lessons are a bit less expensive than private classes with your own teacher, and they offer the same immersive environment in which to practice speaking, reading, writing, and listening.

This free app provides a wealth of German grammar and vocabulary exercises and a full audio course, making it our pick for the best budget option. You can also progress to one of the company’s paid courses, which range from 50 euros per month for a conversation club to 500 euros for a virtual tutor with a small class size.German classes London