Welcome to the Website of the German Embassy Bandar Seri Begawan
Germany: Land of Traditions, Land of Progress, Land of Ideas!
Please be informed that the Embassy can't be reached via e-mail for the time being. Please contact us by phone or fax!
Electronic Appointment Management System!
Introduction of the "Electronic Appointment Management System" at the German Embassy Kuala Lumpur!
As of 15 June, appointments for visa applications, passport applications, birth registrations, name declarations and registration of marriage can only be made through the following link:
Online Appointment System
In all other consular matters you can walk in during opening hours without appointment.
In urgent matters (e.g. loss of passport) you may come and visit us without prior appointment as well.
All over the world, German higher education institutions enjoy an excellent reputation. German degrees carry great prestige while teaching and research provide key impulses for innovation and progress...
DAAD: The Study Guide for Germany - Brunei Edition
www.make-it-in-germany.com is the official multilingual online portal for international qualified professionals. It helps them find out how to make a success of coming to Germany – from preparations in their home countries to arriving and getting settled in.
Working, training and studying in Germany
Life Links: DW launches multimedia documentary series
"What holds you back" - that question is the starting point for Life Links. Young people around the world represent both the target audience and protagonists for DW's new documentary-style format.
Further information on the new documentary-style format
Alumniportal Deutschland is an editorially supported social online network, which sees itself as a service for all Germany-alumni as well as for companies, networks, organizations and institutes of higher education. A unique combination of topical and emotional services with a connection to Germany and an online community opens entirely new opportunities for maintaining contacts and networks.
Starting mid-October, Berlin-based iversity.org, a platform for academic online teaching, will offer its first Massive Open Online Courses, known as “MOOCs”. Courses are taught by renowned German and international faculty and are available to students worldwide, for free.
Online courses in higher education