Founded by the Romans in 38 BC, the city on the Rhine River has acquired a special status for its classic architecture, history and entertainment.
Presently being the fourth-largest city in Germany, Cologne has become the cultural centre of the region during the reconstruction of the post-World War II era. Cologne City Hall, Cologne Cathedral, Holy Trinity Church and Severinstor are some of the most popular sites that tell the story of the renaissance.
Cologne is one of the warmest German cities, with mild winters and balmy summers. It is also one of the trendiest cities for young adults. Cologne has Germany´s highest ratio of bars to people! Nightclubs, pubs and restaurants are found on each corner, offering a rich diversity of tastes and moods. Four German words that you’ll learn quite quickly? Fritten, Hämchen, sauer- kraut, and especially Kölsch!
Germany is the most popular ESL destination in Europe. The economy is stable, teaching jobs pay well, and native speakers from outside the European Union can easily obtain a work permit if they have a university degree and an internationally recognized TESOL certificate.