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Up to date information: Coronavirus

In light of the current situation, we are following the instructions of the local authorities and doing our part in slowing the spread of the coronavirus.

The Goethe-Institut Mumbai is temporarily closed to the public and our staff are working from home. The institute remains closed until the Government of Maharashtra will lift the lock down.

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Continue learning German – online. We have shifted all our in-person offerings to online formats.  For further questions, please contact:

German examinations

We are happy to announce that the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai is offering once again exams for various levels. The new examination schedule can be found on our website here:
► Exam schedule

For information or queries we request you to write to exams-mumbai@goethe.de

The Language Office will still remain closed for all purposes till further notice and the staff shall continue to work from home. You can contact us here:


Teacher training at the Goethe-Institut will be shifted to online trainings until further notice. Every participant will be personally informed. For questions, please contact:


For the time being, certain cultural programmes are being offered online, however we are glad to announce the re-opening of our gallery with our second exhibition in place after 2 years of break. For more information visit the following websites:
► Events
► Gallery MMB


We are happy to announce the re-opening of our library with however limited access for the members from February 15, 2022 onwards. Strict observance of all health protocols and Covid-19 safety regulations is imperative. 
(Wear your mask, use the sanitiser, maintain distance).
Maximum 6 persons to sit, 6 persons to exchange books at a given point of time. We will operate from 10:00 am to 04:30 pm on specific days (February: 15th, 17th, 19th, 20th, 22nd, 26th, 27th)

To book a place in our library and for any further questions, please contact:

Our free online library is always available for you: ONLEIHE


Please inform yourself about current developments via our website or social media channels. For all other questions, please contact: info-mumbai@goethe.de

Answers To The Most Important Questions

We have shifted all our classes to online formats. Every participant will be personally informed. For questions please contact: german-mumbai@goethe.de

All scheduled examinations and registration dates have been postponed. If you have already registered online, your registration will be processed once the institute reopens. Information pertaining to revised examination dates, registrations dates and payment dates will be communicated to you via email.

Payments made will be carried forward and it will be booked for the revised dates, once they are confirmed and declared. The acknowledgement / admit card of the same will be shared with you via email.

All borrowed books / media are automatically renewed till the institute reopens again. Our free "Onleihe" is always available for you. (Onleihe)

For any further questions don't hesitato to get in contact with our staff by writing to:
We are more than happy to assist you!

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