Current information: Corona

Reception at Goethe-Institut Kenya Reception at Goethe-Institut Kenya | Photo: Bernhard Ludewig

UPDATE: 12.4.2021

We are pleased to inform you that we have been granted leave to conduct examinations in adherence to the directives issued in the 15th Presidential Address on the Coronavirus Pandemic on Friday, 26th March 2021 (Clause 13. XIII). This means that we can now offer exams to students in the zoned area which includes Nairobi, Kajiado, Nakuru, Kiambu and Machakos (Clause 13. II)

Please contact our Language Course Office on / 0719-455-215 for further clarification and advice.



Following the directive by the President of Kenya, H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta on suspension of all on-going physical/in-person learning in educational institutions, we regret to inform you that all German language classes taking place at the institute will revert to being taken online effective Monday, 29th March 2021. You will receive further information and instructions from your language course facilitators.

It also follows that all examinations have been suspended until further notice. Communication has been sent to all candidates concerning the postponement. We will let you know as soon as a substitute examination can be offered.

Furthermore, all classes scheduled to take place in 2nd term (from 10th May 2021) will subsequently be held online. We urge you to embrace online learning and teaching materials to ensure your learning is not adversely affected. More updates will be posted on our social media pages and website. Stay safe!

For urgent queries, please call or email us via the contact information below. / 0719455215



Keep Learning German – online. To protect your health, we are currently facilitating all German courses in an online format.

Any Youth Learner's, Special or Exam Preparation Courses as well as exam dates will be postponed to a later time. Your exam registration is still valid and the exam can be taken free of charge until the end of this year.
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