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Our commitment to German

The Goethe-Institut is committed to the German language worldwide.

Find out about initiatives and programs that will enable you to network with other learners of German in Thailand and around the world, and pave your way to Germany.

Key Visual: Stylized illustration of a globe, claim Network Climate © Goethe-Institut, Groupe Dejour

GERMAN LANGUAGE
Network Climate

At the end of July, more than 30 young German students from nine countries will come to Thailand to develop ideas that can solve very specific environmental problems in their cities or schools. This exchange takes place within the framework of the "NETWORK CLIMATE" project, which links the educational activities of the Goethe-Institut Thailand with sustainability issues.

Studierende lernen gemeinsam © fotolia/Foto: Jacob Lund

Studienkolleg

How can I get the university qualifications, when my school-leaving certificate from Thailand is not recognized in Germany? Learn more about Studienkolleg (preparatory courses), the official program, which will entitle you to study at a German university.

Studierende lernen gemeinsam © fotolia/Foto: Jacob Lund

Studienbrücke

Germany is one of the three most popular places to study for foreign students. The Goethe-Institut’s Studienbrücke programme is specifically designed to prepare students from abroad wishing to embark directly on a course of study in Germany.
 

“Schools: Partners for the Future” (PASCH) initiative © Kai Uwe Oesterhellweg

"Schulen: Partner der Zukunft" initiative

PASCH schools with a particular link to Germany. The Goethe-Institut acts as mentor to around 550 PASCH schools in the national education systems of over 100 countries.

Alumniportal Deutschland Photo: Alumniportal Deutschland

Alumniportal Deutschland

Alumniportal Deutschland is a social network to promote networking between alumni of Germany, companies, universities and organisations.

Gain teaching experiences in Thailand through German Assistants Program Photo (detail): © Goethe-Institut Thailand

German Assistants Program

German assistants offer Thai students glimpses into German culture not found in any textbooks. We interlace this valuable motivation for learning German with the possibility for prospective German teachers to immerse in Thai school system for 3 months and concurrently acquire work experiences.

Der Weg nach Deutschland © Goethe-Institute Thailand

Living and working in Germany

Are you planning on moving to Germany? What are the necessary steps? What’s the best way to prepare yourself? In cooperation with the AMIF (Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union), the Goethe-Institut offers various events, up-to-date information and individual answers related to the subject of migration to Germany.

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