The Goethe-Institut’s Studienbrücke programme is specifically designed to prepare students from abroad wishing to embark directly on a course of study in Germany.
The Goethe-Institut is involved in committees and international institutions such as the International Association of Teachers of German.
Where and how do foreign students acquire their German language skills before embarking on a course of study in Germany? And which entrance exams do foreign students have to take before being admitted to university in Germany? A study conducted in collaboration with CHE Consult has the answers.
PASCH is a worldwide network connecting more than 1700 PASCH schools with a particular link to Germany. The Goethe-Institut acts as mentor to around 550 PASCH schools in the national education systems of over 100 countries.
Within the scope of our international project we arrange internships for student teachers and young teachers at our partner schools abroad.
The language and mobility project develops services for language and intercultural qualifications for immigrants, and provides information and advice on living and working in Germany.
The Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut promote the German language in Europe through this impressive scholarship scheme. Europanetzwerk Deutsch is an exemplary project for the European multilingual policy.
The Goethe-Institut supports German minorities in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia on behalf of the German government by implementing cultural strategies and educational policies.
Alumniportal Deutschland is a social network to promote networking between alumni of Germany, companies, universities and organisations.
Deutsch 3.0 is an initiative organised by the Goethe-Institut in collaboration with the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft (Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities), the Institut für Deutsche Sprache (Institute for the German Language), and Duden.
The survey of the number of German learners worldwide is an assessment of trends and developments in interest in the German language worldwide.