Intercultural Awareness & Competence Programmes
Mumbai

Intercultural Training © GI-Mumbai

Cultural issues are…what oil is to an automobile….When functioning well, culture is not recognized.  – Wendy Hall
 
Cultures deliver powerful messages to your communication partners. Our half-day workshops are open to all, be it students, professionals or simple individuals curious to know more about Germany, the German people, their mind-set, cultural standards and communication patterns.

Our Intercultural Training Programme: Who is it for?

With a better understanding of the day-to-day life in Germany/India, these workshops are intended to teach exchange students what to expect and what not to, about family structure in Germany/India, student-teacher relationships, the German/Indian mindset as well as strategies to cope with culture shock, an inevitable part of living in a foreign country.

Duration: ½ Day

For further information, please contact:

Chandrika Javeri
Tel. +91 22 22027542 Ext: 109
chandrika.javeri@goethe.de

Amrita Dhara
Tel. +91 22 22027710
amrita.dhara@goethe.de

Nikita Ahuja
Tel. +91 22 22027710
nikita.ahuja@goethe.de
German language teachers benefit from the analysis of German textbooks from an intercultural perspective. They will be introduced to the Model of DMIS – Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity as well as the theory of intercultural communication. Further, they will be taught about the cultural nuances while speaking the German language and given a glimpse into the German mindset.

Duration: 1 Day

For further information, please contact:

Chandrika Javeri
Tel. +91 22 22027542 Ext: 109
chandrika.javeri@goethe.de
Students aspiring to study in Germany get an insight into the Dos and Don’ts of living and studying in Germany, as well as of the German mindset. They will learn about study culture, learning processes and academic structures of the German universities, role of a teacher, campus life, and last but not the least about culture shock and its coping mechanisms.

Duration: 1 Day

For further information, please contact:

Chandrika Javeri
Tel. +91 22 22027542 Ext: 109
chandrika.javeri@goethe.de
These half day workshops cater to professionals from all fields including, IT, Telecommunications, Call-Centres, Banking and Finance, Automotive, KPO and BPO. Stakeholders could be new recruits, business leaders or project leaders, looking to get a better insight into Germany and the German mind-set.

Duration: ½ Day

For further information, please contact:

Chandrika Javeri
Tel. +91 22 22027542 Ext: 109
chandrika.javeri@goethe.de
 This half-day workshop is open for all, and is conducted for those interested in learning more about Germany as a whole. It provides a glimpse into the last 2000 years of German history, the impact of the German mindset on the world and the connection between culture and mindset. 

Duration: ½ Day

For further information, please contact:

Chandrika Javeri
Tel. +91 22 22027542 Ext: 109
chandrika.javeri@goethe.de

Workshops

Workshop for students
workshop for professionals
 
The Workshop is intended for all Students who paln to study in Germany The Workshop is intended for Professionals who are employed in Joint Ventures or Industry Verticals with Germany or plan to work in these in the future.
 
Date & Timings:  
02.02.2019
08:00 - 14:00 hrs.
 
 
Fees:  
INR 2,500 inkluding Trainings material, Certificate, Tea / Coffee, Snacks  
Intercultural Support on Mail post the workshop
 
 
Mode of Payment:  
Cash / DD to be sent to the below-mentioned address.
Cancellations and Refunds are possible only till 2 weeks prior to the workshop.
 
 
No. of Participants: 20  
Venue:  
Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai
K. Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda
Mumbai 400 001
Tel:  +91 22 22027710
Fax: +91 22 22873826
 
 
Registrations:  

Registration Form for Students (PDF 296 KB)
 
Registration Form for Professionals (PDF 295 KB)
Contact: chandrika.javeri@goethe.de
 
 

An overview of the contents

Workshop for Students Workshop for Professionals
How does a young German mind perceive India/Indians? Germany and India: General culture standards and mind-sets
Writing CV and motivation letter for a German university: Basic Dos and Don’ts Business and work culture in Germany
 
Acceptance on the campus: from peers to professors How to write a CV? What to expect in a job interview? – Dos and Don’ts
University and learning traditions in Germany Role of hierarchies; Expectations by Business-Heads in Germany and India
Living and studying in Germany
Food, leisure, rules, laws, networks in Germany
Communication strategies (Virtual & Face to Face) in the German Business world  
Strategies for integration in the German Society Working effectively in the German Business world: Tips and Tricks




















The Workshops will be conducted in English.

For further information please contact chandrika.javeri@goethe.de.
 

Intercultural Training © Goethe-Institut Mumbai

August 25th and October 13th
Intercultural Training

As the cooperation and interactions between India and Germany continue to grow, Cultural Intelligence (CQ), which is the ability to function effectively in German and Indian cultural contexts, has assumed greater importance.