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Six years ago Transmitter was founded in Vu’s living room, with the goal to provide a German school that offered both a high quality of teaching as well as a sense of community. Over the years, the school has grown and evolved, with all of your support. Today, after five years in our current space in Allerstraße, we’re pleased to announce the next important step of our journey: from July 15th, Transmitter is moving to a new, bigger space in Kreuzberg!

We will, of course, miss Neukölln - especially our beloved ‘Schillerkiez’, which has been our home over the past few years. However, our new space in Kreuzberg is just a hop, skip and a jump away at Gneisenaustraße 86. It is more central, making it easier for many of you to reach us, no matter where you are in Berlin. For our Neuköllner students, it’s just a bike ride through Hasenheide or a short journey on the U-Bahn - we are located right next to U-Bahn station Gneisenaustraße (U7), so we’ll still be neighbours!

It’s important to note that Transmitter will be moving to the new location in the final week of our next course round, meaning that starting on July 15th, all classes will be held at Gneisenaustraße 86, and not at Allerstraße 15.

We are excited to take the next step in our journey with you all!

Photo: Alte Wilde Korkmännchen via Flickr (CC BY-ND 2.0)