Photo: Goethe-Institut/Sonja Tobias German courses and German exams Learn German with the international market leader for German courses. Whether you are in Germany, in your home country or online – the Goethe-Institut is your qualified partner. German courses A1–C2 German exams Our learning concept Corporate Customers Teaching German The Goethe-Institut is the world's leading provider of professional development for German teachers. We offer you a comprehensive programme – in your home country, in Germany or via distance learning. Professional development [DE] Concepts and materials [DE] Events and competitions [DE] Practise German free of charge You can benefit from our diverse online opportunities covering language levels A1–C2. Our commitment to German The Goethe-Institut is committed to the German language all over the world Study Bridge Committe work Europanetzwerk Deutsch Language and mobility "Schulen: Partner der Zukunft (PASCH)" Initiative Alumniportal Deutschland German as a foreign language worldwide: 2015 survey Magazine Sprache Digital competence Which digital competences do educators require today? The German government has just decided to invest heavily in digital media in schools. This makes the question of how educators should approach this topic in future all the more pressing. © adobe.stock Recognition of qualifications Orientation in the bureaucratic jungle Will a foreign electrician’s qualifications be recognized in Germany? Can a doctor from Ghana work in a German hospital? The answers can be found in an official recognition notice. © adobe.stock German for doctors Mistakes in doctor-patient consultations can have serious consequences If foreign doctors have a limited knowledge of German, this can have serious consequences. An initial study into authentic doctor-patient consultations highlights the problems and provides useful information for German lessons. What’s On © adobe.stock Auserlesen! - the book column Auserlesen! is published in Magazin Sprache every month. It recommends books from all different genres – ranging from literature for children and teenagers, novels, biographies and non-fiction books to crime novels and thrillers. © adobe.stock Latest GFL news You can find new reading/listening passages here each month with exercises relating to current themes published in “Presse und Sprache”. © EFSZ Graz The European Day of Languages Celebrating Europe’s linguistic diversity The European Day of Languages - celebrating Europe’s linguistic diversity for 18 years! Find out about the origins of the Day, why it has become so popular, and how you can get involved this year on 26 September.