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COVID-19: Update

In view of the current situation, we follow the instructions of the authorities and make a contribution to curbing corona infections.

  • Our Language Course Department is open for our language students from 10:00am to 05:30pm on weekdays. Our library is open on weekdays from 10:00am to 5:30pm. 
  • Events & Programs: Please find our digital program under Events.
  • We can be reached at +92 21 35661633-6 / 0300-8250799. For more information, please contact us by e-mail. Stay healthy!

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GERMAN COURSES 

Continue to learn German. We are currently offerering online classes. We have converted our classroom courses to online formats for those of you who cant come to the institute. If you have any questions, please contact: Sarah.Ejaz@goethe.de

library

Our library at Goethe-Institut Pakistan is closed till further notice.
For inquires and further information please contact the Library team:
Library-Karachi@goethe.de


ONLEIHE – GERMAN DIGITAL LIBRARY 

More than 35,000 German-language e-books, audio books, films, materials for German students, magazines and newspapers are available for download in our Onleihe. Register and activate the service to use it on a computer or on mobile devices (Android and iOS). Free of charge. Free of advertising. Around the clock - and from any location. 


Events

Together with our Pakistani partners, we have shifted our cultural events in the digital space and we also have alot of digital offrings for you!
Keep yourself updated by subscribing to our regular newsletter or via social media and our events calendar.
If you have any questions please e-mail our Cultural Program Team:
Program-Karachi@goethe.de

Other Information

Find out more about the further development on our websites and via our social media channels. For general enquiries, please contact us at Info-Karachi@goethe.de

Please visit the website and use our social media channels to find out about closures, events, courses, exams and library.

We will continue to respond to queries and bring you news and tips on virtual projects, in a bid to stay digitally connected. 
You will also find some interesting online offers below!

We wish you all the best. Stay safe. Stay healthy. Stay at home
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Frequently Askeq Questions

Yes we are currently offering both physical and online courses.

More details about course dates and fee.

For further information you can contact us at: sarah.ejaz@goethe.de
 
 
Yes you can.

To register, candidates must download the registration form available on our website.

The students can pay online as well.

For more details, visit the website or write to:
Sarah.Ejaz@goethe.de
 
Yes.
If the course has already started, you cannot withdraw or transfer the course.
All currently borrowed books/media are automatically renewed. Our free Onliehe (E-Library) is still available to you. 

You can contact us from Monday to Friday 10.00 am. - 5.30 pm on these numbers: +92 21 35661633-6 / 0300-8250799. For Information about languge courses and exams you can write an Email on: Sarah.Ejaz@goethe.de

LEARNING, READING AND STAYING INFORMED ONLINE

Online Learning

With a Goethe-Institut distance learning course you can decide for yourself when and where you would like to learn.

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Deutsch für dich

In the “Deutsch für dich” community you will find plenty of exercises to help you learn German free of charge, and you can share experiences with other members.

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Watch over 100 German films online

Over 100 German films – classic movies as well as current productions – are available for free on our eMedia platform, the eLibrary.

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For Children and Young People
#Ersatzprogramm

Bored at home? Check out our free offers for children and young people, which you can easily access from your own couch. Play, listen, read, and test your knowledge!
 

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For German Langueage Learners
Couchpotato – Learn German at home

Train your language skills on your own couch: Learn German at home with our various digital tips, interactive exercises and games.

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