In Germany, the "Land of Ideas", we place major emphasis on education, science, research and development. This makes Germany one of the most popular countries in which to study, as well as a site for state-of-the art research and patent development. With its high quality of life, good infrastructure and central location in Europe, Germany is one of the world's most attractive bases for business. Its beautiful urban and rural landscapes, combining age-old traditions and experimental modern culture, make a trip to Germany a unique experience.
Germany has something for everyone, so why not pay us a visit?
Due to Eid Al Fitr the Consulate General will only remain closed on the first day of Eid.
From 21st to 27 June 2014 the 2nd International Junior Handball Championship will take place in Dubai at the Al Shabab Club. Eleven teams are participating in the Championship. Germany is represented by the Berlin Handball Club "Die Füchse".
Important Information for Visa Applicants
With the introduction of the new Visa Information System from 2 October 2012, the German Consulate General Dubai has put together all the important information on its website. You are requested to read this infomation carefully and follow the procedures mentioned in order to apply for the visa. Please click on the following
Here you will find information about recent events and activities of the German Consulate (delegation visits, trade fairs, receptions, etc.)
Events of the Consulate General
'Schools: Partners for the Future'
Education creates prospects – multilingualism opens new horizons. At our partner schools abroad we not only desire to provide students with access to our language and education system, we also want to generate interest in and understanding for one another. More details on the "Schools: Partners for the Future" initiative are available here:
Flyer: "Schools: Partners for the Future" [pdf, 382.73k]
Sport means more than competition – it also stands for fairness, respect and human encounters. Sport can be a great force for integration, bringing people together across national frontiers.
SPORT IN GERMANY
In our multicultural society, football clubs are first and foremost places where people from different backgrounds can meet and mix. The Bundesliga itself is the prime example of this. The more than 1000 professional footballers of the first and second Bundesliga hail from over 90 countries. Nearly 40 percent of the roughly 5000 total players in the 36 professional clubs and their youth training centres come from an immigrant background. Football means diversity and togetherness. It means integration.
Football and integration
Career: English Teacher
English Teachers are in demand in Germany. Interested in looking into a career as a teacher? This month at Young Germany we will give you step-by-step instructions on how to get the job, take you through the day of a freelance English teacher, and talk to a teacher who works at an international school.
Young Germany - career