In January 2019, we will be offering intensive holiday courses for children aged 4 to 6 and 7 to 11 years. More information about courses in Melbourne and Sydney are available on our homepage or at the language course offices.
Save the date! The 2019 Queensland German Teachers Conference will be held on 29th-30th March 2019. This conference is a great way for German teachers from all sectors to share ideas and network with colleagues. We would also like to invite German teachers who may be interested in presenting at the conference to get in touch with us.
I’m often asked why I started learning German. My go-to answer is “because it’s easier than French and Chinese”, both of which I tried and failed to learn at high school. German was still a hard slog, but I was able to gradually piece things together.
“Germany is a country that relies on international exchange.” As a “living” network, the Goethe-Institut makes present-day issues visible and enriches discourse in Germany with new stimuli and international viewpoints. In an interview, Secretary-General Johannes Ebert explains what focal points of the Goethe-Institut’s international cultural and language work will play a special role in 2019.