Looking for German Classes in Binghamton, NY? 

Have you wanted to learn German for a while and are finally ready to get serious?

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German language classes:

Sadly, there are no German classes in Binghamton that I’m aware of. 😔

German schools: 

There’s no German school in Binghamton. But, if you’re looking to get a degree in German, there are a whole host of German courses at Binghamton University. They offer a major, minor and dual degree programs for German. 

Binghamton University
Phone: (607) 777-2000
Address: 4400 Vestal Pkwy E, Binghamton, NY 13902

Other options:

Private German lessons: 

Sadly, I can’t find anyone teaching privately.

German Clubs:

The Binghamton German Club is an active cultural German club (not much emphasis on learning the language). The German club is not just for people of German descent but for those who enjoy meeting new friends and old traditions. They have many opportunities to drink German beer, have breakfast in the woods, an Octoberfest, and other social events.

View their upcoming events here.
Phone: (607) 775-5265
Address: 218 Loughlin Rd, Binghamton, New York 13904

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