Learn German
It's spoken by 101 million people around the world. It's the most widely-spoken language in the EU. It's the second most important language in the sciences. And it's the language of almost a fifth of the books in the world.

Those are just a few of the many good reasons why you might want to learn German.
Here is where you find out how.

On these pages, DAAD has pulled together a wide range of resources to help you find out everything you need to know about learning German. Here you'll find answers to the questions:

HOW can I learn German?
WHAT books and publications can help me learn German?
WHERE can I take a German proficiency test?
WHEN are German-related events and activities happening near me?
WHAT other German-learning resources are on the Internet?
WHY should I learn German?
More Information  
  • Partner Organizations
    A helpful list of organizations and institutions related to learning German

  • FAQs
    Frequently asked questions about learning German in Germany (dt)

  • Test your German!
    Some short tests to help you assess your German language skills
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