We hope you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. Given ongoing local and global health concerns and in accordance with Toronto Public Health advisories, the Goethe-Institut Toronto will remain physically closed to the public until at least June 15, with team members working remotely and reachable by email. We will keep you posted about next steps & will continue to stay in touch with lots of online content and recommendations to inform and entertain you.
For those of you looking for the most face-to-face time with other students and our teachers, this is the option for you. These courses consist of 50% live group meetings, and 50% flexible online learning, closely supported by tutors trained especially for this format. With our sophisticated virtual classroom platform, the online live meetings are just as interactive as meeting at the institute. The group meetings will take place online until in-person classes can resume safely, after which the classes will be once again held at the Goethe-Institut as usual.
If you possess a high level of proficiency or are a Native Speaker of German, consider enrolling in this course. International Languages teachers are needed and valued at all levels of K-12 schools.
Our physical library may still be closed but that doesn’t mean reading is cancelled! If you aren’t already a member of the Onleihe, our eLibrary, what are you waiting for? Signing up is easy, and you can download materials directly to your mobile devices and computers. Check out some great German books, newspapers, magazines, albums, films and more!
In order to give cultural workers and their online events greater visibility and reach across borders, the Goethe-Institut has launched the digital platform kultura.digital. Artists of all disciplines and from all over the world can make their event accessible to an international audience and receive financial support from the audience via a donation function.
Our online courses are starting on July 2, 2020.
Registration opens shortly.