Trade Expo Mabuhay Germany!

Tara na sa Germany! - Learn German and work in Germany!

The Goethe-Institut Philippinen (German Cultural Center), together with the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and other German organizations, are jointly organizing this year’s Mabuhay Germany, an annual fair and exhibition showcasing German quality products, technology and tradition. The fair will take place on Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City from 21-22 Feb. 2015.
 
Part of this exhibition is a symposium entitled “Tara na sa Germany – Learn German and work in Germany!” scheduled to be held on Saturday, 21 Feb 2015, 12:00 noon.
 
You can also witness the launch a website specially designed for Filipinos: “Tara na sa Germany!” and have all your questions answered by our expert panel, consisting of the head of the Visa section of the German Embassy, a Filipino with a success story from Germany, an expert in language teaching from Goethe-Institut Philippinen, and other representatives from the German community.

The goal is to promote the learning of German in the Philippines by increasing awareness of the advantages of being able to speak the language in any professional field. Mainly, we are considering career opportunities for German-speaking Filipinos in the Philippines and abroad but also broader perspectives on learning a foreign language such as German will be discussed by representatives of Philippine and German institutions.  

Amazing prizes and giveaways await the lucky ones who join us on those days.
 
We also have  musical performance by DYKO, on 21 Feb 2014 at 4:00 pm, and we invite children from our partner schools to sing a German song with this internationally-acclaimed Australian performer who performs in the German language.

DYKO is the Australian artist John Barrie Dyke. Growing up in Melbourne, he travels between his adopted hometown Berlin, and his hometown of Melbourne. Through around 155 concerts in 38 countries, DYKO is respected in recent years as a language and cultural ambassador for German, who goes from places as far as Alaska to Australia, South Africa to Finland, Uzbekistan to Indonesia.
 
There is also a fun run entitled “Run for Schools” hosted by the German European School Manila, who decided that the proceeds of the event would go to their partner schools in their nearby vicinity. You can register for the Fun Run here.
 
We hope to see you there!!!

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