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Important Information

The Goethe-Institut Cyprus is open and is conducting its events, courses and exams in accordance with the government decrees and in line with precautionary measures.

On this page we will inform you regularly about our current regulations regarding language courses, examinations and events.

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Please note the following:

  • Wearing a mask in the indoor spaces of the institute is compulsory for visitors aged 12 and over.
  • NoSafePass /AdaPass is required anymore for participation in examinations andlanguage courses orfor attending events.
  • We ask all visitors to the Institute to observe the hygiene rules. For the precautionary and hygiene measures for attending examinations, language courses or events, please see the notes below.

German Courses

Wearing a mask in the classroom is compulsory for people aged 12 and over.

The Goethe-Institut Cyprus strictly adheres to all precautionary and hygiene measures.

Registration

If you have any questions, please contact:
info-nikosia@goethe.de

German Exams

In accordance with current safety precautions, we regularly offer German examinations at all levels. The number of candidates per examination is limited according to room capacity.

Wearing a mask during the whole examination is compulsory for people aged 12 and over.

Registration

If you have any questions, please contact:
info-nikosia@goethe.de

Events

Our cultural events take place in compliance with all state regulations.

Wearing a mask is compulsory for visitors aged 12 and over when attending an event in our hall and in any indoor spaces of the institute.

Sign up for our newsletter to keep up to date with our events.

For enquiries, we can be reached at:
kultur-nikosia@goethe.de

Digital Offers

Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on social media for more updates and information on our digital offers such as podcasts, livestreams or our eLibrary "Onleihe".

general Information

Stay up to date with further developments through our website and our social media channels.

For general questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at
info-nikosia@goethe.de

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