DAAD Canada is dedicated to serving the needs of students and faculty in Canada. It promotes study and research in Germany, advises local students on funding opportunities, and builds ties between German and Canadian universities.
The German-Canadian Society (DKG) is a registered association with the primary goalto promote the human, political, cultural and economic relations between Canada and Germany.
The language advisors of the Central Agency for Schools Abroad – ZfA – in Toronto and Edmonton counsel K-12 schools with German programs in Canada.
The Goethe-Institut is a worldwide network of German cultural centres which promote the German language and culture abroad. The Goethe-Instituts in Canada offer German language courses for all levels and purposes, and support the teaching of German at high schools and universities.
German International School Toronto is the city's only full-time German-speaking school and offers a truly international learning experience for both German- and English-speaking children.
Each year, the German government provides funding for the promotion of German Language and of German studies in Canada, for projects which aim at improving the quality of teaching German as a Foreign Language in Canada.
Alexander von Humboldt School is a trilingual (German, English, French) independent private school founded in 1980 with the goal of providing a multilingual learning environment while satisfying both German and Quebecois education requirements.
The Federal Foreign Office and its partners have created a worldwide network of 1,500 partner schools (website in German).
Hello and welcome, fellow Reisende!We are glad to find you interested in travelling to Germany.Germany has so much to offer for the culture and history seeking tourist that it is hard to choose one destination over the other.
Sophie Scholl was 21 years old when she was executed. Her name stands for resistance against the Nazi regime like hardly any other.