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Newsletter January 2024

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Dear readers,

we're glad to publish our first newsletter of the new year. Hopefully, all of you had a good start into 2024 and are full of energy and motivation.

We are now already in the second week of january and things are coming back to life here at the institute in Kigali. Our first term of the year will start soon and the registration period is open.

Also our cultural department is excited about what the new year has to offer. We have two more events from our "Call for Application" happening in the beginning of the year and are also working on a few bigger productions. Be curios about the following months and we hope you will be attending our events as you did last year. 

In case you don't follow us on Social Media yet, feel free to do so. There you will receive more insights and information about our events (Instagram, Facebook or Whatsapp).

Best wishes, 
The Goethe-Team

Language department

German classes 2024

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Our language department

is ready for our first term of 2024. Registration is only possible in the period from 08.01.-12.01. on our website or in person. The courses start from 15th of January. 

Between the 20.01.-26.01. we have exams for external candidates happening. The registration period for that is 15.01.-19.01.

You can find more information and the course overview on our website. If you have any questions, please send an e-mail to language-kigali@goethe.de.

Upcoming Events

Iteka African Cultural Festival

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Iteka African Cultural Festival

The IACF 2024 is a Pan-African Cultural Festival. During the second edition of it's kind they will bring together different cultures and individuals using multiple art forms.

Past events

Variations Theater

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The mime theater for our young audience was a great closing event for the year 2023. It depicted a school situation in three different variations. In between, the children were allowed to comment on how they would prefer the protagonists to act. There was plenty of room for interaction and the day was rounded off with juice, cake and a visit from Saint Nikolaus.