Advice and information
German has the most native speakers in the European Union. Alongside English, German plays a key role as a language of business and culture and provides improved opportunities on the employment market – including in Belgium!
A German certificate from the Goethe-Institut attests language skills worldwide at all levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
REQUIREMENTSAll Goethe-Institut examinations can also be taken by external candidates if they have the appropriate language level. Attending a preparatory course is nevertheless recommended. We will be happy to advise you!
Our exams take place four times a year: in February, June, September and November.
15 Sept. 2023 (A1/B1)
22 Sept. 2023 (A2/B2)
29 Sept. 2023 (C1/C2)
Registration deadline for our September exams: no later than 01 Sept. 2023 (A1/B1), 08 Sept. 2023 (A2/B2) or 15 Sept. 2023 (C1/C2)
10 Nov. 2023 (A1/B1)
17 Nov. 2023 (A2/B2)
24 Nov. 2023 (C1/C2)
Registration deadline for our November exams: no later than 27 Oct. 2023 (A1/B1), 03 Nov. 2023 (A2/B2) or 10 Nov. 2023 (C1/C2)
Prices *internal apply to course participants of the Goethe-Institut Brussels.
The B1 and B2 examinations are now only conducted digitally, i.e. the examination takes place digitally at the Goethe-Institut Brussels. You will receive the necessary technical equipment for this day from the Goethe-Institut. Please note that a "German" keyboard will be used (QWERTZU keyboard).
21. November 2023
Registration deadline: 16. October 2023 - 13. November 2023
- You can register online by going to the applicable exam.
- The B1, B2 and C2 are modular exams. The modules do not have to be sat at the same time. Individual modules can be booked online.
We provide teachers at Belgian schools with the opportunity to take Goethe-Institut certificates on site. There must be a minimum of 22 exam candidates.
Examination regulations of the Goethe-Institut