The German-American Institute (d.a.i.) is a bi-national forum for German-American cultural exchange providing information and discussion on the differences and the similarities, the culture and language, the society and politics of the two countries.
Here you can ...
participate in an ambitious cultural programme with lectures, readings, workshops, concerts, theatre performances, exhibitions
take qualified English and Spanish lessons taught by natice speakers, from beginners' courses to refreshers and even Business English at the highest level
enjoy a library with over 10,000 English language volumes - from bestseller novel to travel guide - and 50 American magazines and newspapers as well as a large selection of American movies and documentaries on DVD, CDs with jazz, blues, and folk music, audio books, and language learning programs
get information on living, working, studying and more in the USA
take part in training programs for English teachers in conjunction with universities in the USA and other English speaking countries
join trips to the USA (to New Orleans, New York and other places)
participate in an English language learning summer camp in Germany or the USA
participate in Rent an American, a program, that brings US students into German classrooms
find out more about German-American contacts in Baden-Württemberg
The d.a.i. is a non-profit organisation supported by the Federal State Baden-Württemberg, the Federal Foreign Office, and the city of Tübingen. It is also supported by the cultural department of the American Embassy and by its more than 1,200 members.