Partners and Sponsors
The development of major projects depends, now more than ever, on people and institutions willing to support this kind of work. Additional resources from foundations and private sponsors help us to realize exceptional projects aimed at promoting international understanding and to assume responsibility.
You can support our work as a sponsor or supporter. If for example you would like to get involved in promoting the German language by supporting education or exchange projects, or if you want to deepen mutual cultural understanding through programmes in music, theatre and performing arts, please contact us. Together, we can reach many people and create a basis for lasting friendly relations.
The Goethe-Institut works in close partnership with education and business agencies in the UK to promote German language and cultural awareness.
Association for Language Learning (ALL)
The ALL is the UK’s major subject association for all teachers of foreign languages at all levels. The Association provides information and publications, professional development activities and aims to improve the teaching of and emphasis upon taught languages at all levels.
British Council (BC)
The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for educational oportunities and cultural relations.
UK-German Connection is a bilateral government initiative for school and youth links. It offers funding for schools and youth groups to carry out joint UK-German projects, as well as a range of bilateral programmes, trips, seminars and ambassador networks. It also provides a dedicated school linking service and offers information and advice on UK-German activities.
Business in the Community (BITC)
Business in the Community is a unique movement of over 700 of the UK’s top companies committed to improving their positive impact on society.
Young Enterprise (YE)
The Young Enterprise Vision: 'That all young people will have the opportunity to gain personal experience of how business works, understand the role it plays in providing employment and creating prosperity, and be inspired to improve their own prospects, and the competitiveness of the UK.'