“Now I know what I want to study” – young people explain how a voluntary ecological year changed their lives.
Pupils in Algiers asked Federal Chancellor Merkel questions – in German. Their school is part of the worldwide PASCH network.
How well do I need to speak German? How can I find the right university? Are scholarships available? This is where you will find answers.
Daniel Zimmermann became one of Germany’s youngest mayors at the age of 27. He tells us of his work running a city.
The historical building housing the Goethe-Institut in Myanmar was elaborately renovated and has now been officially opened.
Overcoming prejudices, making friends and getting good jobs – PASCH students explain why learning German pays off.
Exciting science: inquisitive young people compete against each other in the Jugend forscht contest. For some it marks the beginning of a great career.
Superlative higher education: these are Germany’s most innovative, largest, oldest and most international universities.
They make learning fun: serious games are used in schools, universities and companies. Three examples from Germany.
Professor Martin Bonnet teaches on YouTube– with amazing success. We explain how this works.