Culture, Education, Science and Sport
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Discover the rich diversity of German culture and be informed on current events.
On the pages of the cultural section you will not only find topics of cultural interest but also detailed information on the possibilities of studying and otherwise furthering your education in Germany.
The cultural relations between Namibia and Germany are rooted in the mutual history and are based on the Cultural Agreement of 5 June 1991. As a lively pillar, they complement political relations and development co-operation.
Bilateral cultural relations
Germany is an increasingly attractive study destination since international qualifications such as Bachelor and Master degrees are offered, as well as courses taught in English and a system which make...
Study in Germany
German is the language most spoken by native speakers in Europe.
German is one of three working languages in the European Union.
Namibia has strong economic links with the German speaking part of Europe. Many partners of Namibian companies are small and medium sized enterprises in Germany. Speaking German makes doing business with them easier.
The German media scene is the most diverse in Europe. Many radio and television programmes can be received in Namibia via satellite.
German universities offer wide-ranging opportunities for study.
By speaking German you can get to know Germany in depth:
history, culture, cities, religions - but most importantly: the people!
Why learn German?
Exchange programmes and school partnerships promote cross-border mobility of young people, understanding for each other as well as tolerance and open-mindedness. In exchange of this kind, pupils gain...
School and Youth Exchange
Germany is 'das Land der Ideen' - the land of ideas. Education, the sciences and research play a major role. Germany is a competent partner when it comes to vocational training and advanced education.
Education, vocational and further training
All the top news from the German Bundesliga at a glance: fixtures, results, clubs, players and much more.
In cooperation with the leading social entertainment platform Myspace, Deutsche Welle’s popular English-language radio show Pulse presents the most interesting newcomers on the German music scene.
Deutsche Welle and Myspace
More languages and new digital formats and a new design: Deutsche Welle starts its ninth annual, international blog and social media awards, the Bobs, on February 6, 2013.
Internet users around the world will have until March 6 to submit their candidates for the Bobs in 14 languages. For the first time, Hindi, Turkish and Ukrainian will be official award languages.
Deutsche Welle: Ninth Bobs Awards in 14 Languages