How learning German changed my life
Overcoming prejudices, making friends and getting good jobs – PASCH students explain why learning German pays off.
“German is like a key to a new world for us,” say Mamatkulov, Aleksey, Remsi, Sevinch and Azizbek from Samarkand in Uzbekistan. They won the video competition as a team. Studying together taught them about German language and culture as well as subjects like environmental protection. They also made new friends – among classmates, PASCH students in other countries and young Germans: “For us, German is the heart of our family!”
German for children and adolescents: Your children can participate in special language courses which will let them make new friends, too. In addition to learning the language, the participants can spend additional time together, in sports or cultural events, which will make it easier for your children to settle in. German schools will also support your children in learning German. Please contact your local school to find out about the options available. Additional information about finding a school or preschool for your children is available in the sections about Child care and Germany’s school system.
Anyone who intends to stay in Germany in the longer term will need a bank account – for example to rent a flat or for depositing wages. To open a bank account in Germany, you need the following:
your certificate of residency
a pay statement from your employer (depending on the account type)
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