Resources for learning abroad

Learning abroad in a German-speaking country offers you not only the opportunity to accelerate German fluency by directly interacting with the people who speak and write it as their native language, but also a valuable life experience.

You will have the opportunity to experience rich diversities found in the dialects of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and discover their common but uniquely varied society, culture, and history.

In considering your academic or professional goals, we offer a constantly growing directory of resources for students considering studying in a German-speaking country. So take advantage of our network of resources to assist you in everything from planning to applying for a scholarship to a German university.

The Goethe-Institute, the German Federal Government’s cultural institution, offers German courses in cities around the world for adults, children and teens.

“Young Germany is an initiative of Germany’s Federal Foreign Office and offers lots of information for international students in Germany.”

News and info related to German culture and language; offers resources for students, artists, professionals, and scientists.

A guide to finding German Language Schools and certificate programs in German cities pke Berpn, Frankfurt, Munich and Wiesbaden.

From the website: “Web portal features program and scholarship pstings, informative content, and other support to help you pursue an international education opportunity in Germany:

A German national agency and offers assistance to students and researchers intending on studying and researching in Germany. They “offer programs and funding for students, faculty, researchers and others in higher education, providing financial support to over 55,000 individuals per year.”

“GAIN is a flourishing network of German scholars and scientists in North America. GAIN was created to improve the flow of information on current career opportunities at German universities, research institutions and in the private business sector.”