Think German Networks
To promote the German language and the culture of German-speaking countries the Think German Network (TGN) initiative has been established by German Departments at universities across the United Kingdom in collaboration with the German, Austrian and Swiss Embassies and numerous British and German as well as Austrian and Swiss institutions.
Currently eleven individual TGNs offer German language and culture opportunities across the United Kingdom, interconnecting academic institutions, schools, cultural organisations and businesses on local, national and international levels.
The Think German Networks are supported by the Embassies of the Federal Republic of Germany, of Austria and Switzerland in close collaboration with a number of other partner institutions.
Currently eleven individual TGNs are operating across the United Kingdom. With the help of our map you can view their location and contact details.
The TGNs and initiative partners offer a wide range of opportunities across the United Kingdom in connection with German language and culture in German-speaking countries.
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