Our Partners

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Manila

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The German Embassy Manila of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany represents Germany’s interests in the Philippines. It promotes international exchange and offers protection and assistance to Germans abroad. The current ambassador to the Philippines is Anke Reiffenstuel. 

manila.diplo.de

Contact the German embassy

Goethe-Institut Manila (German cultural center)

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The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, active worldwide. It promotes the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange. 

www.goethe.de/manila

info-manila@goethe.de

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

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The DAAD is an association of German institutions of higher education and their student bodies. Since its founding in 1925, the DAAD has supported more than 1.9 million academics in Germany and abroad.

www.daad.de

daad.manila@gmail.com

German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI)

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The GPCCI promotes bilateral trade by supporting the market entry of German companies and represent Germany as the strongest economic European partner country. The Chamber upholds its mission to serve as a working platform for the German business community and promote German companies, products and services.

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info@gpcci.org

Saxony International School Carl Hahn

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The school network of Saxony International School Carl Hahn GmbH includes 16 private schools with a total of 2,500 pupils around the German federal state of Saxony. It has a current exchange program with the GESM where students from one school travel and spend time in the other every year.

www.saxony-international-school.de

info@saxony-international-school.de

Boracay European International School (BEIS)

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Boracay European International School (BEIS) is a non-profit, co-educational, international school that uses English as the language of instruction. BEIS was founded in 2008 by a group of parents whose mission was to provide high quality programs using international standards for students of various nationalities residing on Boracay island. The German European School Manila provided invaluable academic and administrative assistance to the BEIS upon its founding.

www.boracayinternationalschool.org

info@beischool.org

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German European School Manila

Eurocampus, 75 Swaziland Street

Better Living Subdivision

1711 Parañaque City, Philippines