These websites show how exciting, many-facetted and well-organized research is in Germany. Explore institutions, locations and focuses.
These links can be used to research historical developments and documents on the history of Germany from its beginnings up until the present day.
Young, female, innovative – we present five women who are changing Germany.
Only one percent of refugees study – unlike 37 percent of all young people worldwide. A conference in Berlin focussed on how to change this state of affairs.
With more than 400 universities, numerous international study courses and an outstanding reputation the world over, Germany offers students excellent conditions in research and teaching.
The Goethe-Institut invites to a global debate on populism, democracy and identity. Join the discussion!
The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach.
Rahel Klein travels through Germany for the Goethe-Institut and shows how people make their cities more livable.
Are all schools in Germany free of charge? Are there any international schools? You can find information, links and a checklist here.
Digital toolbox: we present the best apps, podcasts and tools for the classroom – not only for teachers of German.
The pros and cons of handwriting, marks and homework – issues that pupils, teachers and parents get het up about.