German Language Competition 2022
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the IMLR are joining forces once again to invite all learners and lovers of German to take part in our German language competition.
German Language Competition 2020
The DAAD and the IMLR are joining forces for the seventh time to invite all learners and lovers of German to take part in a German language competition.
Brighten the corners
Writing Competition 2019
The winners of the 6th DAAD-IMLR German writing competition were celebrated at an event on 28 June 2019 held at the German Embassy. Do have a browse through the pictures.
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Writing Competition 2017
The prize-giving event took place on Monday, 11 December 2017, in the Knowledge Centre of the British Library.
Writing Competition 2016/17
Read what prize-winners and the authors wrote!
Book Cover: DVA
Writing Competition 2015
The competition aimed to encourage a deeper engagement with the German language and culture through the complexities of the translation process. Contestants were asked to translate a set passage of Gröschner’s novel Walpurgistag.
The Trustees of the British Museum
Wiriting Competition 2014
We called on you to write a ‘DINGGEDICHT’ – a ‘thing poem’ or in other words a poem based on an object!
Writing Competition 2012
Where is Europe heading? Is it spiralling out of control? Do we need to redefine European values? What should a young European aspire to?
Brighten the Corners
Writing Competition 2010
"Spiel”, "doppelganger”, "zeitgeist”, "stumm” are just a few examples of German loanwords in the English language.
Writing Competition 2009
Germany is famous for its tradition of fairy tales. But what would a modern one be like?
Writing Competition 2008
What Happens Next? was the motto of the DAAD 2008 competition, whereby students were encouraged to come up with fictitious encounters between a famous German and a famous British personality.
Writing Competition 2007
We want to hear your advice to Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A Practice for Everyday Life
Writing Competition 2006
Germany - love it or hate it? Enjoy writing?
Writing Competition 2005
- does this famous slogan still characterise the British attitude towards Germany and the Germans?
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