Culture builds bridges between people. Together with the German cultural institutions in Accra, the Embassy is committed to the cultural and scientific exchange between Ghana and Germany. Here you find information about German learning opportunities in Ghana, about study destination Germany and about the German-Ghanaian cultural relations in general. The German school in Accra, GSIS, also provides your children with opportunity of pursuing a German Curriculum in Accra.
The International Relief Fund 2021 is designed to provide short-term funding to projects with a specific objective and timeline in order to maintain, rebuild, and expand their infrastructure as well as to cover the costs associated with activities such as developing new formats in the event other financial sources are not available.
On July 29, 2019, the Minister of Education and Research of the Federal Republic of Germany, Ms Anja Karliczek traveled to Ghana as part of a working visit to the Country.
Goethe-Institut Ghana promotes international cultural cooperation by organising a broad variety of events to present German culture.
What is PASCH?PASCH stands for the “Schools: Partners for the Future” initiative.
The Information Center of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Accra provides information about study and research opportunities in Germany and about scholarships for postgraduates who intend to further their studies at a German institution of higher education.
German schools abroad are places of intercultural dialogue. They prepare pupils of different cultures for a common future. In Ghana, there is a German school abroad and three schools that belong to the…
German is the most widely spoken language in Europe, with 100 million native speakers. Around 15.4 million people are currently learning German as a foreign language around the world, mostly in Europe. Poland, which has 2.28 German learners, is top of the league.
DW Akademie projects in Ghana aim to strengthen a public dialogue that rests on fact-based, balanced reporting. With DW Akademie support, the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) is establishing high-quality training courses for media outlets and journalists.
The Federal Foreign Office supports the preservation of cultural heritage in developing countries. The aim is to strengthen people’s sense of their own national identity and to foster a cultural dialogue with Germany in a spirit of partnership.
274 speakers from 30 countries, 2000 international participants, 110 hours of programme: that was #rpAccra.
An opportunity for a postgraduate study courses for coaches and physical education teachers from developing countries.