What is Deutsche Welle (DW)?
DW represents Germany in the international media landscape. Germany’s international broadcaster conveys the country as a nation rooted in European culture and as a liberal, democratic state based on the rule of law.
As part of its statutory mission, DW works independently to present events and developments in Germany and the world and picks up on German and other points of view on important issues. It promotes exchange and understanding between the world’s cultures and people. Deutsche Welle also provides access to the German language, the daily life and the mentality of the people.
DW fulfills this mission with a full range of television, radio and online services. DW is known for its in-depth, reliable news and information in 30 languages – in Arabic and Kiswahili, Indonesian and Urdu, Russian and Spanish, German and English. Culture, education and Europe; those are some of our focal points. We classify facts, explain contexts and analyze background information.
DW’s language courses present people with the opportunity to learn German from the experts. DW offers everything from modern e-learning services, videos, audio courses and podcasts to written materials and worksheets.
German Courses on DW
Check out DW’s website to learn about their language courses and the different levels: Learn German (free DW courses)
If you are unsure about DW offers a course finder to choose the most suitable German course. You can find out which course is given in your native language, or which one best suits your level of German.
Here’s the link to DW’s language courses: www.dw.com/en/learn-german/s-2469