Culture, Science and Education
Tanzanian and German students visit the German Embassy
A group of Tanzanian and German students from the Universities of Dar es Salaam and Muenster visited the German Embassy in Umoja House. The so called Pamoja exchange project once emerged from a seminar at the University of Muenster dealing with practical development cooperation issues. The self-organized student exchange aims to bring together students from both countries on an equal footing on topics of culture, history and development cooperation. Next year the Tanzanian students will visit Germany to deepen the relationship between both countries.
Current informations from the Cultural Sector
International Coaching Courses
Every year, as part of the foreign cultural and educational policy of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Sports Faculty of the University of Leipzig organizes courses of postgraduate studies for coaches and physical education teachers coming from developing countries, each of a duration of 5 months and are offered in four alternating specializations and languages.
A course also is offered of postgraduate studies for sport managers and coaches coming from developing countries according to the DAC list and the OECD, of a duration of 4 month and in English language.
Coaching Courses [pdf, 1,148.24k]
Sports Management [pdf, 575.06k]
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Environmental Management courses in 2017/18 at the Technical University Dresden in Germany
Courses are being financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety in cooperation with UNESCO and UNEP. The programme, implemented by the Center for International Postgraduate Studies for Environmental Management (CIPSEM) at the Technical University Dresden, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
Since 1981 the Federal Republic of Germany has supported the preservation of cultural heritage across the world through the Federal Foreign Office’s Cultural Preservation Programme, with the aim of strengthening people’s sense of their own national identity in the partner country and fostering cultural dialogue among partners. The Programme has become a very effective instrument of German cultural relations and education policy.
Cultural Preservation Programme
Musical Life in Germany
German's musical life is noted for its diversity, high quality and geographic density - keywords that continue as ever to define Germany's special reputation as a land of music.
Cultural life in Germany
Cultural life in Germany is varied and exciting - why not discover it for yourself!
Germany for Kids
Find out how the kids/watoto in Germany live, what they like to do, how they pass the day at school....
Germany for Kids