Accommodation for students in shared rooms includes WiFi, TV and bed linen. Separate accommodation is available for teaching staff. Breakfast and dinner is providedare and held in a charming dining hall in an old historical brewery. Our cuisine includes traditional local dishes as well as international meals.
Our lovely outdoor area includes a volleyball court and soccer pitch. Jogging or inline skating on the nearby track (16 km long) are always a possibility, as is an enchanting walk through the beautiful forest. If you really don‘t feel like doing much more than relaxing with friends, there is always the Club House where you can grab a drink while you listen to music, play pool or Playstation, or watch some TV.
The local town has a number of places to eat and buy groceries. There is also a regular tran service to Leipzig city, where you will find all your familiar shops. For those interested in learning more about German culture and our rich history, there are 1 or 2 day trips to Berlin and Dresden.We also arrange tours to some of the most prestigious company facilities in the area, including the BMW and Porsche factory and DHL facilities at nearby Leipzig airport.
The aim of Vitalis is to match the needs of our students with what is required in a practical workplace, providing them with the opportunity to practice and develop their professional knowledge and competences so that they can increase their employability and become more competitive on the European labour market.Find out more
Vitalis coordinates projects for the different member companies concerning receiving students under the framework of the Erasmus+ programme and other European projects. Most students we receive are enrolled in secondary or higher vocational courses in a European college of education. Please use the contact form to indicate your current education status.Find out more
Over the past 20 years we have received thousands of students from around Europe, and we appreciate for many of them it is the first time away from home as a young adult. What we ask of all students is to respect our guidelines on antisocial behaviour and make the most of the opportunity they have been given.Find out more
Let us know who you are and the practical course you are interested in attending. If you are a student or a teacher we will
need to know where you are studying or working. If your college is already part of the Erasmus+
programme we will let you know what you should do to enroll on one of the courses. If not, we will try and contact the
college directly to explain how it works.
All information is kept confidential. We will not disclose your identity in any requests, neither will your personal information be used for any other purpose than to contact you.