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The Business German in Ireland Working Group comprises lecturers of Business German with representatives from most Irish third-level institution as well as the Goethe Institute. It raises awareness of the economic and cultural advantages of learning and studying German in Ireland. It was founded in 2001 and received the Kuratorium Prize in 2010 from the German-Irish Chamber of Commerce for its promotional work in Ireland.  

 

BUSINESS GERMAN IN IRELAND WORKING GROUP     MEETINGS/CONFERENCES     10TH ANNIVERSARY   

 

INTERNSHIPS/PLACEMENTS     SCHOLARSHIPS/PRIZES     COMPETITIONS

 

PROMOTION OF GERMAN     WARUM DEUTSCH?     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WITH GERMAN

 

BUSINESS GERMAN DEPTS     IRISH DEGREES WITH GERMAN     COLLABORATIVE TEACHING & LEARNING

  

TEACHING MATERIALS     STUDENTS' PROJECTS     PRACTITIONERS REPORTS

 

ASSESSMENT     YEAR ABROAD     RESEARCH PAPERS/REPORTS

 

eLEARNING     DISTANCE-LEARNING     AUTONOMOUS LEARNING

 

TOPICAL/CURRENT AFFAIRS     USEFUL WEBSITES     SUPPORT-FORUM

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Comments (5)

Gisela.Holfter@ul.ie said

at 1:53 am on Mar 15, 2011

Ein schöner Anfang! Danke, Danielle und Doris!
Gisela

Deirdre Byrnes said

at 4:33 am on Apr 14, 2011

Fantastisch!
Well done!!!
Deirdre

karen.feery@itb.ie said

at 6:49 am on Apr 14, 2011

What a great start - This looks great. Well done!

Karen

s.mortell@ucc.ie said

at 5:44 am on Apr 18, 2011

Wow, great work!
Siobhan

kristin brogan said

at 5:09 pm on Apr 20, 2011

Dear Doris & team,

like the colour scheme ;-)

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