German A Level

Sixth Form

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Awarding body


Full Time - September 2018



Course introduction

Did you know? German is the second most important language for industry in the UK.  In other words, if you know German, you are in business.

Indeed, the scarcity of German speakers among the British population will definitely help you stand out from the crowd when it comes to launching a successful career.

A reasonable proficiency in German will also give you vastly improved opportunities to work and live in a German-speaking country.

It is a logical language that simply needs assembling, and that is exactly where we can help.

Why choose Brock for German A Level?

At Brock A Level German is taught by a native speaker with a masters degree in Languages and Literature, plus years of experience in teaching German in the UK.

You will also benefit from contact with a German-born learning assistant who will help you with your fluency, accent, emphasis and clarity of expression.

Thanks to this dedicated help and support past students have enjoyed excellent success rates in becoming near-native German speakers.

Teaching & learning

As a learner you will benefit from a liberal mix of teaching methods, including reading German newspaper articles and listening to news reports.

There will also be a wide range of other resources and engaging activities that will help bring the language to life. This often involves using modern technology.

Importantly, you will have opportunities to explore German outside of your comfort zone by immersing yourself in the German culture through exchange and scholarship programmes.

Course structure

  • Improve in all aspects of using German, giving you enhanced abilities in speaking, listening and writing.
  • Explore defining aspects of German society, which will help you identify with the German national psyche.
  • Investigate the political and artistic phenomena of German-speaking countries to gain a broad appreciation of Germanic culture.
  • Understand how multiculturalism works in Germany, drawing parallels with the British model.
  • Appreciate the significance of German re-unification for German society.

Minimum entry requirements

Five GCSEs at grade 4 and above to include:

  • German grade 6
  • English Language grade 6

If you do not have GCSE German, we may accept prior experience such as living in a German-speaking country or using the language regularly. 

What can I do with this qualification?

German goes well with a range of subjects because Germany is a leading contributor in academic fields such as archaeology, architecture, psychology, sciences and engineering.

Fluency will open employment opportunities in the UK and abroad, and will represent a distinguishing feature for you when applying to the top universities in the UK.

Furthermore, it will open doors to rich cultural experiences in countries like Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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