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Europanetzwerk Deutsch

The German Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut promote the German language as a working and procedural language in the European institutions through the exclusive grant programme ‘Europanetzwerk Deutsch’. Various language course programmes and events on socio-political and cultural topics provide the opportunity to improve existing German language skills and to become part of a committed alumni network in Europe. The ‘Europanetzwerk Deutsch’s’ activities take place both on site and online.

 

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Europanetzwerk Digital
Online course series “The news from Germany”

The ‘Europanetzwerk Deutsch’ invites you to participate in the online course series “The news from Germany” from 16.04. to 28.05.2021 in German. This online course series focuses on all the latest issues in politics, business and society. Each of the six 60-minute online sessions covers the latest developments in political and social affairs in Germany. Press articles and radio and TV items provide an authentic insight into how these issues are being received and discussed in Germany. The six-week online course series allows you to refresh your knowledge of German, practice linguistic structures and expand your vocabulary in specific areas. Apply untl the 11th of April. 


Our programme

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EU-courses in Germany

EU-courses are intensive language courses that take place at various locations in Germany (e.g. in Berlin, Frankfurt, Dresden, Munich) and include both, expert discussions with representatives of ministries and professionally relevant specialists as well as an accompanying cultural programme.

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Language courses on site

Here you will find information about our different courses’ formats. The focus of these courses is the teaching and practical application of the German language.
 

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Europanetzwerk Digital

The Europanetzwerk Digital programme turns your desk into an individual study desk: Digital courses, lectures, readings or discussion groups on European topics are offered in a special environment.


Past events

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Our past events

Would you like to get an insight into our activities and access the records of our last events? Here you will find an overview of our past projects.


Network

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Who are we? What kind of work do we do? Who do we address? In this video, the Europanetzwerk Deutsch introduces itself.
 

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Europeans speak German

Former participants of our courses report their experience with the German language and with the Europanetzwerk Deutsch.

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Timeline

How has the Europanetzwerk Deutsch developed since its foundation? Our timeline provides you with a quick overview.
 


Newsletter

Europanetzwerk Deutsch

The newsletter “Europanetzwerk Deutsch” will inform you exclusively about the EU courses’ programme, advanced language trainings and events of the Europanetzwerk Deutsch.
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Goethe-Institut Brussels

In addition to the activities of the Europanetzwerk Deutsch at the Goethe-Institut Brussels, the newsletter Agenda will also inform you about the wide range of cultural events and projects of the Goethe-Institut in Brussels.

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Contact

 
  Dr. Franziska Humphreys© Dr. Franziska HumphreysDr. Franziska Humphreys
Head of Unit
Programm "Europanetzwerk Deutsch“
Tel. + 32 2 5858 525
franziska.humphreys@goethe.de
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  Isabel Stüker@ Isabel StükerIsabel Stüker
Programm "Europanetzwerk Deutsch"
Tel. +32 2 5858 526
isabel.stueker@goethe.de
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