- General information
- Official addresses
- Education system facts
- Learning German
- Exchange programmes
- Germany for young people
Germany for young people
- Youth work and youth policy in Germany and Europe
- Work & life in Germany
- Current topics
- September 15: International Day of Democracy
- In Focus: Cultural Education in Germany
- Environmental education/sustainability in Germany
- European Day of Languages - Perspectives on Multilingualism
- Refugees in Germany: Focus on Education
- Immigration Policy Germany
- German literature and searching for literature in Germany
You will find ultimately more resources for children, covering a wide range of topics, in the section Discovering the possibilities of internet (and computer) with children . However, most of the resources there are only available in German.
Germany- sites for children
Please browse our sites on Find out about Germany!
The German Information Center website for children and young people, with information regarding life, culture, music, free time of children in Germany. Teaching material can be ordered online, both for pupils and teachers.
The Literacy Center Education Net offers easy language learning resources (letters, colours, figures, shapes)- for young learners of English, French, German and Spanish. The site includes audio files for practising pronunciation.
“Voyage Kids“ is a bilingual website for children that was designed as a joint venture project of the British Council and the German Goethe Institute. It introduces younger children to British and German culture and society, offering easy language information, songs, lyrics, information for teachers and parents and parents as well as fun and action for children.
Websites for students , young people
Young Germany is the English-language website for young high potentials worldwide: www.young-germany.de wants to raise interest in Germany in a new, original manner. The multi-faceted journalistic website will provide information about career opportunities, innovative developments in research and science as well as trends and lifestyle and the experiences of young people in [...]
The article presents ten possible ways of coming to Germany without having to pay for accommodation, or even earn money (e..g. voluntrary srvice, teaching English, Au-Pair).
The information service ´´Young Germany´´ offers information and links to further resources concerning studying and university life in Germany, as well as financing opportunities for study courses, and personal reports by foreign students. There is also available a number of descriptions of German university towns. Provided in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office, [...]
Come to Germany is an information service for young people seeking a placement, study opportunity or exchange programme, short term, in Germany, it provides information and addresses. Young people can also access databases for placements.