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Links of interest

The Internet can prove invaluable when it comes to finding the much-needed information you are looking for. Many U.S. Government agencies, German public authorities, and public offices now have informative websites you can utilize.

Please note: Not all online offers are trustworthy. While searching on the internet beware that some websites may contain misinformation. A right assessment is key in finding the correct information you are looking for.

Check who is responsible for a website by looking for the “Impressum” link (on English pages of German websites you often see Imprint or Legal notice). Websites published in Germany are legally required to have an Impressum, so if you are suspicious about a website and it does not provide this information, it is best not trusting it.

On the other hand, websites provided by government agencies, authorities and offices are particularly trustworthy. Below, we have compiled a list of websites you can access without worries:

German-American Institutions & Clubs in Rheinland-Pfalz:

Official German Government websites:

Other helpful German websites in English:

The Deutsche Welle broadcasting service is financed by the government of the Federal Republic of Germany, with a mission to independent TV, radio and internet broadcasting. It constitutes one of the largest public broadcasting stations worldwide where all news from Germany and the world are edited in English.

“Deutschland.de“ is a portal published in several languages. It offers current topics regarding German culture, knowledge (science and education) and politics as well as links to related portals. Basic information on Germany is complemented by topical dossiers (e.g. Human Rights).

A multilanguage portal offering up-to-date information about all aspects of modern life in Germany – business, culture, education and research or politics. 

Young Germany is the English-language website for young high potentials worldwide. The multi-faceted journalistic website will provide information about innovative developments in research and science as well as trends and lifestyle and the experiences of young people in Germany. The broad, up-to-date mix of topics will be complemented by offerings for those who come to Germany for work or education.

The national tourist board is funded by the German Federal Ministry for economic affairs and energy. It provides tourist information on holidaying in Germany, conference venues, shopping or ideas for young people: consult the German National Tourist Board website for all this – and much, much more!