Welcome to Deutsches Haus, New York’s leading institution for culture and language of the German-speaking world. Located in the historic Greenwich Village district, Deutsches Haus is an integral part of New York University. Since 1977, it has provided New Yorkers with a unique forum for cultural, intellectual, and artistic exchange with Germany, Austria, and Switzerland through its three pillars: the language program, the cultural program, and the kids program.
Language Deutsches Haus hosts New York’s best and most prestigious German language school with small-sized classes, and a team of certified, experienced instructors, all of them native-speakers. In addition, we offer private tutoring for individuals and small groups. Deutsches Haus is an official Goethe examination center.
Culture Our exhibitions, talks, concerts, conferences, readings, and film screenings attract a diverse and involved audience of New Yorkers, interested in today’s artistic and intellectual agenda. Deutsches Haus serves as a platform for encounters between artists, writers, scientists, thinkers, and academics engaged with the German-speaking world. Deutsches Haus would like to thank Air Berlin for its generous support throughout the season.
Kids Deutsches Haus offers fun classes and educational activities for children, including the celebration of traditional festivities around St. Martin, St. Nicholas, Carnival, and Easter. The kids program has created a sense of community among families who share an interest in German, Austrian, and Swiss culture.
The Language Program at Deutsches Haus at NYU is now accepting applications for three month unpaid internships starting in January and April 2014. Please send your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the history of Deutsches Haus please visit this page.
Visit our new tumblr DEUTSCHES HAUS: THE STORIES INSIDE!. Also please check out our tumblr THE ALIEN WRITER IN NYC, written by our current writer-in-residence Inka Parei, and THE ALIEN SCHOLAR IN NYC, written by our visiting scholar, Christiane Lemke.