Most of the people who come to Germany from abroad learn German as part of an Integrationskurs (integration course). Here (Information sheet 'integration course')you can find out about the syllabus taught in an integration course, who is entitled – or even obliged – to attend such a course, how they are organised, and where details of the courses on offer can be found.
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The learning portal of the German Adult Education Association enables migrants who do not currently have a place on an integration or German course to learn the language free of charge and to a high standard. Link to portal
In Saxony-Anhalt, every child is entitled to receive day care for the best possible start in life. You can find a description of what is available and details of how to apply here (Information sheet on 'Attending pre-school and kindergarten').
Answers for frequent questions from parents about child daycare in Germany
Schooling is compulsory from the age of six in Germany. After attending primary school, children go on to secondary school, where they can attain a range of school-leaving qualifications. Find out here (Infomation sheet on 'Registration for school') how to register your child with a school.
Answers for frequent questions from parents about school and education in Germany
The Bildungs- und Teilhabepaket (BuT) (education and participation package) is designed to encourage and support children and young people from low-income families. In addition to having their normal monthly requirements met, these children and young adults can also receive additional educational
assistance and be helped to participate in the social and cultural life of the community. Contact details