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Open for Enrolment in Kindergarten and School:

Schedule for your 
private school tour: 
admission@germanschool.co.ke

More information & 
application form:
English here  - German hier

Treasures of Kenia

6th February 2019 at 6.00 PM (in German language)
@ Deutsche Schule Nairobi 

Menu Cafeteria



Calendar

21.01.2019
PA Sitzung
PA Meeting

22.01.2019
Zeugniskonferenz GS, 9-11, Zulassungskonferenz 12,
Busse fahren um 13.30, keine AG's
Certificate conference GS, 9-11, admission conference 12
Buses leave at 1.30, No AG

25.01.2019
Notenschluss GS 13.30
Note closure GS 1.30 PM

25.01.2019
Fortbildung OLK 5
Training OLK 5

28.01.2019
Fortbildung DaF/DFU Kairo
Training DaF/DFU Kairo

28.01.2019
AG Presentation's Woche
AG Presentation week

29.01.2019
MSMUN Kl. 7-9 Frau Shah
MSMUN Kl. 7-9 Frau Shah

30.01.2019
3. FL-Sitzung
3. FL-Meeting

01.02.2019
Zeugnisse Halbjahr
Zeugnisausgabe in der 6. Stunde;
Unterrichtsschluss nach der 6. Std. (keine AG).
Kein Nachmittagsunterricht
Busse fahren 13.30 Uhr
Ende des ersten Halbjahres.


Issue of semi-annual reports
Issue of certificates in the 6th hour;
Closing time after the 6th hour. (no AG)
No afternoon classes
Buses leave at 1.30 PM
End of the first half-year.

06.02.2019
Die 50 Schätze von Kenia @ 6.00 PM im Spiegelsaal
Treasures of Kenya @ 6.00 PM in the hall of mirrors

Studying in Germany

German is an attractive destination with a whole range of course which can be studied either at universities (in German: Universität) or at higher education schools of applied science and technology (in German: Fachhochschulen). In total there are 392 such institutions in Germany, in which one can study no less than 16,144 courses at the highest quality. “Made in Germany” is after all a slogan which speaks for itself.

An excerpt from the presentation by the German Academic Exchange Service with information on how to find the right university, how cost effective studying in Germany is, as well as tips about sponsorshipsand application procedures can be found here.

Information on the visa requirements for Kenyan students wishing to study in Germany can be found here. A checklist for visas for Kenyan citizens interested in pursuing a university degree / language course can be downloaded here

In order to gain a better understanding of the difference between the Universität and a Fachhochschule, please look at this link from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) here.

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