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German Language

“Your Success is in our Hands”. As of July 1, 2013, Germany opened its doors further for non-EU immigration, which is caused by the growing need for a skilled work force.This is a good time for Filipinos who are interested in working abroad to land in Germany.

Germany, in the heart of Europe, is a candidate well-worthy of consideration for anybody with plans of migration. Not only the country has remarkable economy, it has a comfortable, moderate climate with the full range of seasonal changes: Sunny and warm summer days are contrasted by the romantic atmosphere of snow-covered medieval cities in winter. Germans are welcoming immigrants from different countries, especially those from Asia. Germany has a high standard of living both in urban and rural environment. The country has a rich culture, religious traditions very similar to Filipinos, a hearty cuisine and breathtaking variety of landscapes and sights. All the neighboring countries can be visited without recognizable borders at any time, due to the European Union. A stable currency, the Euro, is shared by those countries as well.

Highlights of the firm

  • Reasonable Professional Fees
  • Expertise in immigration and financial and business consultancy
  • Knowledge staff
  • Comprehensive information and forms website for the benefit of our clients
  • Immediate response to client needs
  • Friendly, caring and efficient workers
  • Expertise and experience
  • Very high rate of success in all applicants filed

German Language in BNAC

BNAC offers German Language to every applicant who wishes to learn German as part of their requirement before going to German. Those already proficient in English WILL NOT have a hard time learning German since both languages are from the same family. Learning German language is valuable for your career if you wish to work in Germany.

Courses they need to take:


  • Learn and understand familiar, everyday expressions and simple sentences
  • Introduction of one self as well as asking others about themselves.
  • How to respond to questions e.g. where they live, who they know and what they own
  • Communicate in simple manner.

A2 –

  • Understand sentences and commonly used expression related to personal information or information  about family, shopping, work, immediate surroundings.
  • Understand   simple, routine situations dealing with a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and common topics.
  • Can describe background and education, and other things associated with immediate needs in a simple way.

B1 –

  • Use of standard language on familiar topics associated with work, school, leisure time, etc.
  • Can deal with situations typically encountered when travelling in the language region.
  • Expressing  oneself simply and coherently on familiar topics and areas of personal interest.
  • Can report on experiences and events, describe dreams, hopes and goals and make short statements to justify or explain own views and plans.


  • Understand main contents of complex texts on concrete and abstract topics
  • Understand specialized discussions on primary area of specialization.
  • Communicate spontaneously and fluently
  • Expression of oneself on a wide range of topics

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