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Deutschkurse in Indonesien © Goethe-Institut Indonesien

Online Courses

Great news for everyone interested in learning German in Indonesia: All our courses are now online! There is no need to be based in Jakarta or Bandung. You can learn German from wherever you are in Indonesia.

Darling, Berlin! Berlin, Sayang! Berlin, Teerak! © Goethe-Institut

Darling, Berlin! Berlin, Sayang! Berlin, Teerak!

From 6 to 27 December 2020 the Goethe-Instituts Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia are jointly presenting the online film festival entitled Darling, Berlin! Berlin Sayang! Berlin, Teerak!

"Verzeichnis einiger Verluste" in Indonesian translation Foto Judith Schalansky: © juergen-bauer.com

Linking Culture through Literature: "Verzeichnis einiger Verluste" in Indonesian translation

A talk with Judith Schalansky, author of the book Verzeichnis einiger Verluste, Kartini Nurdin, Chair Person of the Publisher Yayasan Pustaka Obor Foundation Indonesia, and Hendarto Setiadi, translator.

Pickup Service of the Library © Goethe-Institut Indonesien

Pickup Service of the Library

The library is temporarily closed to visitors due to the pandemic. However, this does not mean that you cannot borrow our media. Check out our new service!

Living and Working in Germany © Goethe-Institut

Living and Working in Germany

Are you moving to Germany to work/ to marry/ to join your spouse? With us you will find answers to your questions about the necessary language exam and living and working in Germany. Please write to us:

 Recreations in Isolation © Groupe Dejour

(Re)Creations in Isolation

A new section on the website of Goethe-Institut Indonesien that features stories and inspirational activities by artists, intellectuals and cultural workers who have worked closely with Goethe-Institut Indonesien before.


#Musictalk © Groupe Dejour


#MusicTalk is the new music series format from Goethe-Institut, starting March 2020, in support of #wfh or Working From Home. The program features Indonesian music artists and industry players from various genres. Each one-hour episode is an interactive program that combines music talk, intimate performance from a guest’s own home, and Q&A streamed through our Instagram channel @goetheinstitut_indonesien