Entries by Camilla.Ella

Student Protection Plan

FDSV Student Protection Plan (SPP) for the transfer of language students who are unable to continue their language course due to the insolvency of a member company of the inbound section of FDSV. Objective of FDSV-SPP In the case of insolvency the inbound members safeguard each other as well as each others’ language students in […]

Hygiene concepts in the language travel industry are working well

Press release, October 1st 2020 The FDSV members have drawn an initial positive balance in the handling of language trips under Corona conditions. The social distancing- and hygiene concepts of the language schools have also proven themselves in practice! Language courses in European countries including Germany have been possible again since the summer. Depending on […]

FDSV’s German language school association grows

FDSV’s German language school association grows Study Travel Magazine, 12.11.2019 The inbound German language department of agency association FDSV has welcomed another three member schools following its recent AGM. Established last year initially with Germany-based tour operators that also offered German language programmes, the inbound pillar subsequently expanded its remit to accept standalone German language […]

German language market grows, UK share declines

German language market grows, UK share declines Study Travel Magazine, 16.04.2019 The German outbound language study market expanded in 2018, with the UK remaining the most popular destination but losing a little market share to European competitors, according to the annual report released by tour operator association FDSV.

The Pie News: Quality guaranteed for German learners

Language schools in Germany that cater to international students have the chance to have their courses reviewed in line with European Standard for Language-Study Tour Providers criteria for the first time, according to FDSV, the Association of German Language Travel…  Clic here for the article