Location
  • Germany
Length
1 to 13 weeks
Financial Support
General grants/scholarships

Program Details

Language
German
Age Min.
18
Age Max
75
Timeframe
Short Term Spring Break Summer Winter Year Round
Housing
Apartment Guesthouse Host Family
Groups
Small Group (1-15) Medium Group (16-30)
Travel Type
Budget Family Older Travelers Solo Women

Pricing

Starting Price
300
Price Details
Breakfast, the accommodation, Arabic or German classes, as well as some visits to different landmarks and sites. Some examples include the Arab neighborhood, refugee dorms, and public parks as well as historical sites in the city.
What's Included
Accommodation Some Accommodation Some Activities Some Meals Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare Airport Transfers Travel Insurance Visa
Jan 29, 2024
Dec 15, 2023
171 travelers are looking at this program

About Program

These volunteer programs are for undergraduate and graduate students, professionals, employees of human rights organizations, retirees and anyone interested in volunteering with refugees in Germany. Volunteers in Germany will have the chance to stay with Arabic or German host families, study colloquial Arabic or German, and experience the German/Arabic culture, politics, and daily life in the city of Halle.

Volunteer with Refugees in Germany is a great opportunity for those who want to work with refugees in Germany. This program will give you the opportunity to organize and participate in activities and events for refugees in Halle, Germany. Many refugees in Germany strongly believe in the importance of education to improve their situation in Germany and better integrate themselves in German society. That is why the Excellence Center provides social, educational, and community activities for refugees in Halle. These activities are mainly for young children, youth and women

Video and Photos

Impact

Ethical Impact

With all our Arabic courses and volunteer programs, we aim to make a long term difference for the Palestinian local community through the exchange of ideas and “walking in each other’s shoes”. Our programs and courses foster shared learning, for both our community and you. During your Arabic course, you will get to learn so much more than just the language. You will also get to learn a lot about Palestinian culture and customs and the political situation in Palestine. Additionally, you will have many opportunities while outside the classroom to practice your Arabic in a natural and authentic way while navigating your new life in Hebron. Your time with us in Hebron will also provide you with many opportunities of cultural exchange and mutual learning, both with local Palestinians as well as with our other international participants.

Program Highlights

  • Meet new people including Germans, Arabs, Immigrants and internationals in Germany.
  • Engage in educational, cultural and community development activities.
  • Learn spoken German or Arabic.
  • Get to know the refugees situations in Germany.
  • Make a difference in your life as well as in others.

Popular Programs

Arabic

The Volunteer to Teach English and Study Arabic in Germany program provides you with the opportunity to volunteer with refugees, immigrants, and Germans in the city of Halle (Saale), Germany, while studying the Arabic language, and practicing it with native speakers from Syria, Sudan, and Palestine. While you volunteer you will also become familiar with the Arabic and German cultures as you live daily life in Halle.

German

Volunteer to Teach English and Study German (1-13 Weeks): If you are a fluent English speaker looking for volunteer or internship opportunities to improve your German in Germany while you teach English abroad, you are in the right place. If you are endowed with a spirit of adventure, searching for volunteer opportunities, keep reading!

Refugee

Volunteer with Refugees in Germany: This volunteer program is for undergraduate and graduate students, professionals, employees of human rights organizations, retirees and anyone interested in volunteering with refugees in Germany. Volunteers in Germany will have the chance to stay with Arabic host families, study colloquial Arabic or German, and experience the German/Arabic culture, politics, and daily life in the city of Halle, Germany.

Media

The Volunteer in Media & Journalism Program in Germany: is an opportunity to build and develop media and journalism skills. Program participants conduct video interviews, write articles describing Center activities, write articles describing stories of refugees’ lives, as well as daily life in Halle, Germany. Participants’ photography skills are utilized photographing the Center’s activities.

Related Programs

Program Reviews

4.89 Rating
based on 97 reviews
  • 5 rating 88.66%
  • 4 rating 11.34%
  • 3 rating 0%
  • 2 rating 0%
  • 1 rating 0%
  • Impact 4.8
  • Support 4.8
  • Fun 4.9
  • Value 4.7
  • Safety 4.95
Showing 1 - 8 of 97 reviews
Default avatar
James
4/5
Yes, I recommend this program

My 6 weeks teaching English and Studying German experience

On my arrival in Germany on a Monday morning in early November I was warmly greeted by Rafat and the other volunteers at breakfast. This was my first time in Germany, and my first time travelling to Europe as an adult so I was understandably nervous upon arriving. Yet, the community spirit at the centre made me feel comfortable and welcome from day one.

Over the course of my stay, I enjoyed teaching English to 5 students coming from Syria, Ukraine and Germany, ranging from 9 years old to 85 years old, each with varying degrees of English. The lessons are held as personal one to one tutoring, so you have the freedom to design and tailor the lessons to each of the students' needs. I found this experience to be very rewarding, as it gives you the chance to build a constructive relationship with each individual.

At the same time I also took beginner A2 German lessons in the centre taught by Muaz alongside fellow acquaintance Caterina. Muaz is a great teacher, who really pushes you to speak your best every lesson. I found my German improved steadily over the course of my stay. I even held a few impromptu classes with Cat where I became the teacher :P The only negative was the scheduling of the lessons. Lessons were not scheduled in advance but rather, during the week whenever Muaz was available. Unfortunately this meant, I often didn't know if I was having a lesson or not until the day before, which became slightly frustrating. I found the same was true with scheduling my students as well. It is fair to say the centre at times can be a little disorganised, but it does not detract from the experience all too much.

For my accommodation, I shared a room with two other volunteers in a flat which belonged to one of the excellence centre staff. I did not mind the sharing experience, and it was fun to have roommates that I could bond with. However, I found the accommodation itself to be on the smaller side for four people. This was true of the kitchen which could only really support one person at a time, and also lacked both a microwave and a proper oven. It was also frustrating that we only had two sets of keys between the three of us, and had to frequently let each other in. However, your accommodation experience will likely differ from mine if you live with a host family.

Far and above the best part of my experience at the centre was getting to know the other volunteers. Each morning we would gather in the dining room to enjoy an Arabic breakfast with the other staff and volunteers. It's a great bonding experience and a fund blend of cultures. Even though, I came to the centre with a mind to learn German, I gained a new insight into Arabic culture and even picked up a few Arabic words along the way. Wallahi.

The centre attracts an amazing type of person, passionate about languages and eager to learn about other cultures. Everyone was so inviting, and together was organised some really fun European excursions, to Berlin, Dresden and even Paris. I will always remember enjoying a baguette by the Seine with James. The centre is also closely linked with the Erasmus Students Network in Halle, and through that social group we were invited to some really awesome parties.

Overall I had a really fun time at the centre and made some very unforgettable memories. I could not have wished for a better introduction to Europe.

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
Döner
18 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi James,

Thank you for sharing your detailed and insightful review of your time at the Excellence Center in Germany. It's wonderful to hear about your positive experiences, both in teaching English to a diverse group of students and in taking German lessons.

Your reflections on the community spirit and the opportunity to build constructive relationships with individual students resonate well. It's heartening to know that you found the teaching experience rewarding, and Muaz's dedication to pushing students to speak their best is commendable.

We appreciate your honest feedback regarding the scheduling challenges for lessons and the accommodation issues. We understand that these aspects, while not detracting significantly from your overall experience, could be improved for future volunteers.

It's particularly delightful to read about the enriching cultural exchange and the strong bond among volunteers. The European excursions, shared breakfasts, and cultural insights make for a memorable and fulfilling experience. We're glad that your time at the Excellence Center provided a gateway to unforgettable memories and a positive introduction to Europe.

James, thank you for being a part of our community, and we wish you continued success in your future endeavors.

Warm regards from Halle, Germany,

Default avatar
Caterina
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

the excellence center in halle

After three months at the Excellence Center, I cannot recommend this experience enough to others who are interested in participating. Nurtured by the welcoming team that is always eager to help you, or by the beautiful architecture that surrounds you in the charming city of Halle, the Excellence Center is a special place. I will start by saying that I came to Germany with little no knowledge of German. My teacher, Muaz, helped me so much and was extremely patient as I stumbled through learning a new language. I confidently say that I have learned so much and I am very happy with the results!

I travelled to Germany three months post graduating high school in the United States. Upon arriving to Halle I found myself in a complete culture shock, and felt extremely overwhelmed by the language barrier and differences of the country. The team at the Excellence Center helped me feel welcomed and apart of the community right away. By giving me a tour of the city, helpful advice, and lots of delicious food, I felt at home within the first week. The center ensures that all volunteers are placed with host family’s that are kind and welcoming people. My host, Thomas, has taught me so much about authentic German life. Through weekly dinners and chats over coffee I have learned about the language, history, and culture of Germany. Furthermore, the center does a wonderful job of creating an instant feeling of community between the volunteers. I have come to make some lifelong friendships through the people I’ve met. I have also learned a lot about myself through the experience. I also love the connections I have made with the students from the local university. I have met a lot of international people, and I highly recommend participating in activities with the university if you volunteer here! Lastly and most importantly, the connections I have made with my students has been lovely! Getting to know their stories has really opened my eyes. Watching their English improve is extremely rewarding and exciting for both parties!

Overall, I can not emphasize enough how wonderful this experience has been for me. the Excellence Center has played a really impactful role in my life. Rafat and the team have created a great environment for both the volunteers and students. I highly recommend participating in this program for either all three months or even just a week. You won’t regret it!

What was your funniest moment?
filming my goodbye video and not being able to stop laughing!
Pros
  • community
  • experience
  • diversity
Cons
  • lack of organization
  • less english speaking
  • city can feel unsafe
15 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi Caterina,

Thank you so much for sharing your detailed experience with us. We're delighted to hear that you felt warmly welcomed and embraced the community spirit at the center from day one.

It's wonderful that you found teaching English to be rewarding, creating constructive relationships with students from diverse backgrounds. We appreciate your feedback on the German lessons and scheduling concerns, and we'll certainly take this into consideration for improvement.

The joy in bonding with fellow volunteers over Arabic breakfast, cultural exchanges, and exciting excursions is truly heartening. We're glad you had a fun time and created unforgettable memories.

Thank you for being part of our community, and we wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

Warm regards from Halle!

Default avatar
Caterina
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

An Excellent Experience

After three months at the Excellence Center, I cannot recommend this experience enough to others who are interested in participating. Nurtured by the welcoming team that is always eager to help you, or by the beautiful architecture that surrounds you in the charming city of Halle, the Excellence Center is a special place. I will start by saying that I came to Germany with little no knowledge of German. My teacher, Muaz, helped me so much and was extremely patient as I stumbled through learning a new language. I confidently say that I have learned so much and I am very happy with the results!

I travelled to Germany three months post graduating high school in the United States. Upon arriving to Halle I found myself in a complete culture shock, and felt extremely overwhelmed by the language barrier and differences of the country. The team at the Excellence Center helped me feel welcomed and apart of the community right away. By giving me a tour of the city, helpful advice, and lots of delicious food, I felt at home within the first week. The center ensures that all volunteers are placed with host family’s that are kind and welcoming people. My host, Thomas, has taught me so much about authentic German life. Through weekly dinners and chats over coffee I have learned about the language, history, and culture of Germany. Furthermore, the center does a wonderful job of creating an instant feeling of community between the volunteers. I have come to make some lifelong friendships through the people I’ve met. I have also learned a lot about myself through the experience. I also love the connections I have made with the students from the local university. I have met a lot of international people, and I highly recommend participating in activities with the university if you volunteer here! Lastly and most importantly, the connections I have made with my students has been lovely! Getting to know their stories has really opened my eyes. Watching their English improve is extremely rewarding and exciting for both parties!

Overall, I can not emphasize enough how wonderful this experience has been for me. the Excellence Center has played a really impactful role in my life. Rafat and the team have created a great environment for both the volunteers and students. I highly recommend participating in this program for either all three months or even just a week. You won’t regret it!

What was your funniest moment?
Filming my goodbye video and not being able to control our laughter
Pros
  • Community
  • Education
  • Experience
Cons
  • Big city
  • Less English speakers
  • Not best organizing methods
15 people found this review helpful.
Default avatar
Grace
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

My experience teaching English and studying German

To begin, I have had a wonderful time here in Halle. I initially was just looking for something to do during my winter break at university, but what I found in my two weeks here at the center was nothing short of an exceptional experience.

From the moment I got off the train, two volunteers were there to meet me and help me back to my host family. The next night, I went out to dinner with the other volunteers and students at the local university and was amazed at how instantly people were welcoming and kind. Honestly, the community fostered here at the center cannot be understated. Some of my favorite memories from my time here are just hanging out with the other volunteers at the center or going out to dinner.

As for my lessons, I had students as young as seven and as old as 80 - and each one was a formative experience for me as a teacher! Even though I was only here a short while, I felt I had built a real bond with my students. My highlight as a teacher was probably saying goodbye to one of my students after our last lesson together; she got me a gift and gave me a hug goodbye! I was so touched that in only two weeks it seemed we had mutually left an impression on one another.

In regards to my language learning, I took German courses here at the center. My lessons with Muaz were truly amazing. I think one of my weakest spots when it comes to language is getting out of my shell or not feeling nervous about making stupid mistakes and simply going for it. Muaz created such an open environment in our lessons that I felt I could truly say whatever and push myself to create more complex sentences and such.

In close, the mission and work here at the Excellence Center is commendable, and Rafat's dedication to and vision behind the center is unmatched! I would highly recommend a visit here at the Excellence Center and will fondly look back on my time here.

What was your funniest moment?
Going out to dinner with other volunteers. Even though we had only known each other for a few days, we joked and laughed around like we'd known each other for ages. Not to mention - the food here is delicious.
Pros
  • Great community environment
  • Wonderful language lessons
  • Direct impact
18 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi Grace,

Thank you for sharing your heartfelt reflections on your two-week experience at the Excellence Center in Halle. We're thrilled to hear that what started as a winter break activity turned into an exceptional and memorable journey for you.

It's heartwarming to know that the sense of community at the center played a significant role in making your stay special. The welcoming atmosphere, instant connections with other volunteers and students, and the fond memories of hanging out together or going out to dinner are exactly what we aim to foster.

Your dedication as a teacher shines through in your description of your lessons with students of various ages. Building a real bond with students, regardless of age, and having a meaningful impact on each other's lives in such a short time is truly remarkable. The farewell moment with your student is touching, emphasizing the connections that can be forged in a brief but impactful span.

We're glad to hear that Muaz's German lessons were a positive and empowering experience for you. Creating an open and supportive environment is crucial for language learning, and it's inspiring to know that you felt encouraged to step out of your comfort zone and express yourself freely.

Your commendation of the mission and work at the Excellence Center, as well as Rafat's dedication and vision, means a lot to us. We appreciate your recommendation and are delighted that you'll fondly look back on your time here.

If you ever decide to continue your journey with us or explore other opportunities, know that you'll always be welcomed back with open arms.

Wishing you continued success and enriching experiences in your future endeavors, Grace.

Best regards from Halle, Germany!

Default avatar
James
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

An amazing experience

My experience at the Excellence Centre in Europe

As I write this, I’ve been staying at the Excellence Centre for three months, teaching English and studying both Arabic and German. I’ve got nothing but praise for every aspect of the Centre, the staff, their mission, the learning experience, and the accommodation.

At the Centre I stayed in a shared house with two other volunteers and a member of the Centre staff. The accommodation was excellent for a shared room, and the people were welcoming. On the living experience at the Centre, the place has a real community atmosphere; the Centre feels like one big family, especially when we’re all enjoying breakfast together in the mornings!

The quality of language tuition at the Centre is also very high. I studied German for the first part of my experience, and then switched to studying Arabic, both of which were taught by the fantastic Muaz Albaid. He’s a brilliant teacher, with a knack for explaining the most difficult linguistic and cultural concepts in a way that makes them seem as simple as can be, as well as being great value to have around. Through his tuition, I’ve improved my skills in both languages faster than in any other learning situation I’ve had before. The other teachers at the centre are also excellent, for example Ali Moshmosh, also very talented and highly multilingual. The lessons are very professional and of a comparable standard to what I’ve experienced as a university student. The small class sizes also improve the experience, with lessons tailor-made for your level and language goals.

Rafat is the life and soul of the centre, as well as the driving force behind its mission, with an infectious passion for his work, shared by every other member of staff - ultimately, the reason the Centre exists - to have a positive effect on the refugee community in Halle (Saale) by making language learning more readily available to those who don’t necessarily fit into the mould of the German system. This is a task at which he is succeeding beyond all expectations. I was really gratified to see that I and the other volunteers were having a visibly positive effect on our students, and it was great to see them develop over the time that I was teaching them.

As a volunteer, you have complete control over your schedule and how you teach your lessons, which are generally one-to-one, while also being supported by the vast experience of the Centre’s staff and the resources of the organisation - this really makes the experience as beneficial as possible for both students and teachers. Personally, I had the opportunity to form relationships with my students over my time at the Centre, and I’m quite sad to say goodbye to them.

In conclusion, I would recommend the Centre to anyone who wants to make a real positive impact here in Halle (Saale), anyone who wants to improve their language skills in German or Arabic under professional, high-quality tuition from people who really care about their mission, or simply anyone who would like to enjoy the community atmosphere and see the good work that Rafat and the others are doing here.

Pros
  • Great impact
  • Having a positive effect
  • Friendly people
21 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi James,

Thank you immensely for sharing your extensive and positive experience at the Excellence Centre in Europe. It's heartening to read about your three-month journey and the impact it had on your language learning, teaching, and overall sense of community.

We're thrilled to hear that your accommodation was excellent and that the community atmosphere at the Centre felt like a big family. It's moments like enjoying breakfast together that create lasting connections and contribute to a supportive environment.

We're grateful for your commendation of Muaz Albaid and the other teachers at the Centre. Providing high-quality language tuition and creating a learning environment that simplifies complex concepts are integral to our mission. Your progress in both German and Arabic is a testament to the effectiveness of our teaching approach.

Thank you for recommending the Excellence Centre to those who want to make a positive impact, improve their language skills, or simply immerse themselves in the community atmosphere. We truly appreciate your contribution to our mission and the enriching experiences you've shared.

Wishing you continued success, and we hope to welcome you, James, back to the Excellence Centre in the future.

Best regards from Halle, Germany!

Default avatar
Blair
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

2 weeks teaching English and learning German

I had an incredible experience during my two weeks of volunteering at the excellence centre in Halle. The team all have such interesting backgrounds and their journeys to get here and the work they now do are both eye opening and inspiring. I can honestly say that the work they are doing is contributing to making the world a much better place.

Rafat, Muaz, and Ali are all incredible people. The excellence centre always has good vibes with them around, and the place runs seamlessly under their guidance. The shared breakfast each morning is always tasty and provides a great social environment. They are always organizing social meet ups for the volunteers outside of the centre as well.

The English teaching lessons for refugees are run in an organized, yet relaxed manner. Rafat ensures that volunteers are paired well with students and trusts us to teach in a way that we feel suits us and the students. He is also always close by to answer whatever questions we may have, and to help out with whatever else we may need.

The German lessons were organized and run very well. Muaz is a great teacher – very engaging, and always patient! 2 weeks was certainly not enough to gain an extensive knowledge of German, but I left with a much better vocabulary and understanding of the language thanks to Muaz.

43 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi Blair,

Thank you for sharing your incredible experience volunteering at the Excellence Centre in Halle! It's evident that your time there was both enlightening and inspiring.

It's wonderful to hear that you found the team's backgrounds and journeys fascinating and that you believe in the meaningful impact they are making in the world. Rafat, Muaz, and Ali seem to have left a lasting positive impression on you, and the good vibes and seamless operation of the Excellence Centre under their guidance are indeed commendable.

The shared breakfasts and social activities sound like a fantastic way to foster a sense of community among volunteers. The structured yet relaxed approach to teaching English to refugees, as well as the organized German lessons, show the dedication of the team in creating a supportive learning environment.

We're grateful for your kind words and the recognition of the valuable work being done at the Excellence Centre in Halle.

Blair, thank you for being part of this endeavor, and we hope your experience continues to inspire and motivate you in the future.

Greeting from Germany

Default avatar
Jillian
4/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Learning and teaching

I’m a teacher from Australia who is looking to semi-retire in a few years from now. I was able to take 3 months leave without pay from my college to mix some travel with volunteer work, doing what I love.

My two week program at the Excellence Centre has been exactly what I’d hoped for: the opportunity to meet and work with people from other parts of the world, who have either temporarily or permanently settled in Halle (Salle).

The team at the Excellence Centre is a great mix of people, working under the guidance of Rafat. Our shared breakfast every morning is warm and welcoming. Rafat’s cooking is delicious and completely different from what I’d usually have at home. The team of volunteers develop friendships over breakfast and discuss their day ahead. Plans are made for evenings and weekends.

Halle (Salle) is a beautiful city. I had planned to travel to Berlin for my weekends, but decided against it as there is so much to do, both here and in nearby Leipzig. The public transport system is efficient and many places of interest are within walking distance. There’s a lot of local and international cuisine to try and Halle has many coffee shops.

I have had the pleasure of working with a number of students: some teens on summer break; some young ones about to commence their university studies; and some young professionals seeking to develop their careers with yet another language. All had a high level of English already. These students were from various places: Syria, Palestine and Ukraine.

Sometimes my small groups met at the Centre and worked together there. Sometimes we visited our favourite cafes, to drink coffee and have conversations in less formal settings. Adult students know what they want to work on, so sessions can be student led. Most wanted English conversations but some also wanted to conference their essays and CVs. Interactive grammar activities from free online quiz websites were fun and lively. Students’ errors make for handy teachable moments. The Centre has wifi so we could use very short films for discussion. Students quickly began bringing their own YouTube clips for class

I chose Arabic as the language in which to receive some instruction as part of my program. It seemed to me to be a more useful language for my Australian context. I’m an absolute beginner. Ali was an excellent teacher. (Sh’kran, Ali) I now know a few greetings and useful phrases to use. I also learned a lot about the Arabic alphabet and culture.

I’d recommend the Excellence Centre to anyone who wants to spend time learning and teaching languages in less familiar surrounds. I’m sad to be finishing. I’ve really enjoyed my two weeks here. It’s been a very positive experience.

Thank you Rafat and your special team!

35 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi Jillian,

I'm thrilled to hear about your fulfilling and enriching experience at the Excellence Centre, and I greatly appreciate your detailed and heartfelt review. It's truly inspiring to see how you combined your love for teaching with your desire for meaningful travel during your semi-retirement.

The sense of community and camaraderie you described among the team at the Excellence Centre, especially during the shared breakfasts guided by Rafat, paints a warm and inviting picture.

Your heartfelt recommendation of the Excellence Centre speaks volumes about the impact it had on you. Your positive experience and the connections you've made highlight the center's ability to provide a meaningful and enriching experience for both learners and volunteers.

Thank you, Jillian for sharing your journey, and I hope the memories you've acquired during your time at the Excellence Centre continue to resonate with you as you embark on your future endeavors.

Greetings from Germany!

Default avatar
Tyrell
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Excellence Center Review

To begin my review, I would like to talk about my arrival to the center. When I first arrived, I was confused, they were very helpful in making sure I could find the center. My accommodation was very nice and clean. My first day volunteering, I was very nervous, but the other volunteers were extremely kind and welcoming, it wasn’t very hard to fit in with everyone. The breakfast was different from what I was used to, but it was delicious, and you could tell that they put in a lot of work preparing it. The excellence center provides a great amount of freedom to the volunteers, personal and in the classroom. The personal freedom that I was allowed, gave me the opportunity to explore Halle. I thought about the classroom freedom that I was given, and it made me feel uneasy because I have never taught and some structure would have been nice, however this gave me the chance to become a more confident person. Doing the work myself will help me prepare for when I move into a teaching position after I complete my time volunteering. When it comes to acquiring students, I will say that the process was a bit unorganized. I wouldn’t say that it was the fault of the center but rather how the volunteers handled transferring students. However, I do wish that there was a better way of scheduling classes. For example, there could be a board somewhere in the room and we make our schedules based on the available time slots. That way no one is looking for a place to teach when the classrooms are occupied. I did like when we played sports and the special goodbyes we did to fellow volunteers, I just wished we played more sports before we started the day. I found that exercising before sitting down and doing work made me more focused and in a better mood. Overall, I found this 2-week experience to be very fun and rewarding. There were more positives than negatives and I would definitely recommend this program to others.

32 people found this review helpful.
Response from The Excellence Center

Hi Tyrell,

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughtful feedback on your experience with the Excellence Center in Europe. We truly appreciate your insights, and we're glad to hear that your overall experience in Halle, Germany was positive and rewarding.

We're pleased that you enjoyed the breakfast and recognized the effort that goes into its preparation. Your recommendation means a lot to us, and we're grateful for the opportunity to have had you as part of our program.

Thank you once again for your feedback and for being a part of our community in Halle, Germany. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors, and please know that you're always welcome back at the Excellence Center.

Greetings from Germany!

Questions & Answers