DIT was founded in 1981 by Hans Ebenhöh who is still the director. It achieved accreditation status by the quasi-governmental body Campus Austria in 1993 as a language school of outstanding merit. It is a small school set in the Austrian Alps, surrounded by exceptional natural beauty. With nearly fourty years of experience of teaching German as a foreign language, we have improved our programme over the years in response to feed back from students. The school has grown in reputation since 1981, and welcomes students from all over the world. As a small school, we can offer a friendly and efficient service when you are inquiring and booking your course. The office can be closed in the morning (office hours 13.00 till 18.00). You can try to phone later, too. None of our replies is automatic or computer generated - you will get a swift, personal and friendly response.
DIT is in Kitzbühel in the Austrian federal state Tirol (Tyrol) at the border of Bavaria, South Germany. It is a small, ancient town in the mountainous western part of Austria. It is internationally famous because of the annual World Championship Downhill Ski Race, Super G and Slalom. Kitzbühel is also host to the Austrian Tennis Open Championships, Oldtimer meetings and golf tournaments. The town itself is therefore well served by trains, buses and roads, as well as being an attractive alpine town surrounded by mountains.
The school is set in a leafy suburb of the town, a 15-20 minute walk from the centre. This is a convenient location, with some guest houses to accommodate students, supermarkets, hairdresser, fitness, a large sports equipment and clothing store, pubs, restaurants and a bank within 5 minutes walk. There are also tennis courts and a riding school within walking distance from the school.
There are bus stops all over the town, taking skiers to the slopes. Our nearest bus stop is a three minute walk from the school.
Kitzbühel is an hour's drive from Salzburg and Innsbruck, and rather less than a two hours drive from Munich somewhat in the middle between these three places.