Work, Education, Culture, Sport
Funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment and in cooperation with UNEP and UNESCO the Technische Universität Dresden offers 41th International Postgraduate Course on Environmental Management for Developing and Emerging Countries (EM41).
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Working, training and studying in Germany
Along with political and economic relations, cultural relations – including education and sports – are one of the three cornerstones of German foreign policy. The cultural ties between Germany and Uganda are diverse and lively.
Bilateral cultural relations
German is the most widely spoken language in Europe and over 100 million people call it their native language. Nearly 15 million people speak and learn German as a foreign language worldwide. Find out more about the promotion of the German language in Uganda and how you can be a part of it.
German as a Foreign Language
Cultural programme work has traditionally been a key feature of foreign cultural and education policy. The cultural programme by the German Embassy and the Goethe-Zentrum Kampala / Ugandan German Cultural Society (GZK/UGCS) contribute to a vigorous and multi-faceted cultural exchange.
Germany has been promoting the development of sports in Uganda with support from the Federal Foreign Office since more than four decades with 2 long term and over 30 short term projects as well as donations of sport material and equipment for numerous local sport clubs and schools.