Every two weeks, German speakers and learners meet up for conversations. From 11am – 1pm, you can chat with others and make new friends! Note: You should be at least able to make simple sentences to enjoy your attendance.
When? First meeting: Saturday, February 2nd, 2019 (biweekly), 11am – 1pm
Where? Trees Organic Coffee South Granville, 1598 W Broadway · Vancouver, BC
Source: Website of the General Consulate in Vancouver
Our German Singing Hour also continues into Term 2! Join us every Wednesday at 5.00pm in Buchanan Tower 997.
Our Conversation Hour continues into Term 2! Join us every Thursday at 5:00 pm to chat in German, socialize and enjoy a fresh cup of tea or coffee.
Join us on Wednesday, October 17th at 6.15pm in our Classroom in the Sky (Buchanan Tower 997) to learn more about opportunities to study abroad in Germany over the summer or for a full academic year. The key topics will be:
The DAAD Scholarship for Summer Schools in Germany
The Canadian Summer School in Germany
The Canadian Year in Freiburg
The Library of German Readers, which features a wide selection of simple and adapted German texts for all levels of proficiency, has just announced its hours for Term 1 of 2018/19. Check out the information here.
The German Singing Hour will meet every Wednesday in term 1 of the 2018/19 academic year. Beginning September 12th, we will get together at 5pm in Buchanan Tower 997, the classroom in the sky. For more information, click here.
In Term 1 of the 2018/19 academic year, the German Conversation hour will meet every Thursday at 5pm in the CENES Department Loung, in Buchanan Tower 910. The first meeting will take place on September 13th, 2018. For more information, click here.
The German Singing Hour is back in Term 2 of the 2017/18 Academic Year. Check out information on time, location & repertoire here.
The Library of German Readers, which features a wide selection of simple and adapted German texts for all levels of proficiency, has just announced its hours for Term 2 of 2017/18. Check out the information here.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers of German (CAUTG), in cooperation with the German Pedagogical Exchange Office (PAD), is once again offering Canadian students the opportunity to teach English at a German High School after they have completed their Bachelor’s degree. For more information on the program, and to learn how to apply, visit the section on the Foreign Language Assistant Program.