In the school five languages are taught, three of which (English, German and French) in the bilingual system and there is special language teaching in Japanese and Russian. In the previous school year 139 of the school leavers passed 151 (!) language examinations, mostly at C1 level.
Besides a high level academic and language tuition there is professional vocational training in economics in the school. In the first two years the students study basic economics and law and set up their own business venture, which makes it possible for them to get acquainted with the basic terminology of economics and the world of work.
The school has relations with 20 secondary schools in 15 countries of Europe. We collaborate either in EU projects, or the students travel to a school abroad every school year within the framework of several decade-long student exchange partnership programmes.