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On this Website you will find information on Germany, German-Cameroon relations and the activities of the Embassy. Furthermore, we answer consular and travel-related questions. For further information please follow the links to the Websites of the German Foreign Office in Berlin and to other German institutions.
Enjoy discovering the many facets of the close relations between Cameroon and Germany in the political, economic and cultural field!
Germany's international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) has been in dialogue with the world for 60 years. Since its first day on air, it has transformed from a shortwave radio broadcaster to a multimedia organization.
"With its journalistic content in 30 languages, DW ensures Germany's multimedia presence in the world," said Erik Bettermann, Deutsche Welle's Director General. He added that competition for global audiences is becoming increasingly fierce due to an ever-growing amount of media products, especially in the field television.
60 years Deutsche Welle (DW)
On the invitation of the German Embassy in Yaoundé, the successful German choreographer Antje Pfundtner visited Cameroon for two weeeks in February
Antje Pfundtner studied Moderne Theaterdans at the ...
German-Cameroonian Dance Project
Ambassador Dr. Klaus-Ludwig Keferstein introduced himself to His Excellency Paul Biya, President of the Republic of Cameroon, on 07 December 2012 and presented his letters of credence in a solemn cere...
More languages and new digital formats and a new design: Deutsche Welle starts its ninth annual, international blog and social media awards, the Bobs, on February 6, 2013.
Internet users around the world will have until March 6 to submit their candidates for the Bobs in 14 languages. For the first time, Hindi, Turkish and Ukrainian will be official award languages.
Deutsche Welle: Ninth Bobs Awards in 14 Languages
In cooperation with the leading social entertainment platform Myspace, Deutsche Welle’s popular English-language radio show Pulse presents the most interesting newcomers on the German music scene.
Deutsche Welle and Myspace
„Make it in Germany!“: Herzlich willkommen. Erfahren Sie auf unserer Website, wie Sie als gut ausgebildete Fachkraft erfolgreich Ihren Weg nach Deutschland gestalten können – und warum es sich lohnt, in Deutschland zu leben und zu arbeiten. Die deutsche Bundesregierung will mit diesem Onlineangebot den bereits heute bestehenden und den zukünftig zu erwartenden hohen Fachkräftebedarf sichern.
Make it in Germany
Applications will be accepted from 1 October until 15 December 2012 only and must be submitted through the online application form on:
Successful candidates will be invited to an a...
AFRIKA KOMMT! 2013 - 2015
Interested in studying or doing research abroad? Why not choose Germany, land of ideas! Higher education in Germany increasingly stands for innovation, internationality and strong support for high-calibre research. Through the Bologna Process, the internationally recognized system of bachelor, master and doctoral degrees has been widely introduced, although the changeover is not yet fully complete. Many of the courses on offer are designed particularly for international students and taught in English.
Studying in Germany
Introducing the Federal Government’s Strategy for Africa, Federal Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said it coincided with a “time of dramatic change and upheaval taking place right next door to Europe”. He said that what was happening – particularly in Africa – presented us with “perhaps the most intriguing evidence of a changing world”. For Germany this highlighted the necessity to maintain and deepen old friendships, but also to make a concerted and conscious effort to establish new ones
New Chapter in German-African partnership