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International German Olympics, 3rd – 16th August 2014, Frankfurt am Main

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By clicking on the country you can find out how and when the national preliminary rounds took place. What were the highlights? Who won?

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The winners from Finland

For Finland, just like for Iceland and Denmark, first place was determined via an online test and rewarded with participation in the IDO in Frankfurt.More ...

The winners from the Czech Republic

The German language competition has a long tradition in the Czech Republic and around 15,000 schoolchildren take part every year.More ...

The winners from Denmark

For Denmark, just like for Iceland, the first two places were determined via an online test and rewarded with participation in the IDO in Frankfurt.More ...

The winners from Russia

Russia takes part in the IDO with two students. These students are determined by the Goethe-Institut according to its own criteria within the framework of the All-Russian German Olympiad, which has been organized by the Russian Ministry of Education since 2000 with the participation of the Goethe-Institut as a partner.More ...

The winners from Lithuania

"Can there be a German Olympiad that only knows winners? That works - and our National Olympics from April 3rd to 5th, 2014 in Klaipėda proved it." More ...

The winners from Macedonia

This year, the Macedonian Association of German Teachers (MKDV) organized the 46th German Olympiad for pupils studying German at primary and secondary schools in Macedonia in cooperation with the Goethe Institute, the Pedagogical Exchange Service and with the support of the Office for Educational Development at the Macedonian Ministry of Education .More ...

The winners from Canada

The Olympics in Canada were held in two national preliminary rounds with an online phase (duration: 5 weeks) and a second face-to-face phase in Montreal.More ...

The winners from Ireland

The Irish German Olympics took place in Dublin on May 7th, 2014. Ten of the best German learners in secondary schools in Ireland took part. The German Olympics took place in Ireland for the first time this year.More ...

The winners from Iran

The very first national German Olympiad took place in Tehran on April 10th. We were supported by the regional management for India, who gave us plenty of information about the process and the evaluation criteria.More ...

The winners from Estonia

The Estonian German Olympiad was organized by the University of Tartu. 20 students came to the final. It again consisted of two parts, the written and the oral part.More ...

The winners from Albania

On May 9, the time had finally come: The Albanian German Teachers Association (ADV), the German teachers of individual schools and the Tirana German Center held the National German Olympiad.More ...

The winners from Vietnam

The jury was spoiled for choice. While the participants visited the exhibition "Mathematics at your fingertips", she chose the three best. The first two are going to the IDO in Frankfurt, the third can expect a language course at the Goethe Institute Hanoi. But the other finalists could also look forward to great prizes.More ...

The winners from Serbia

It was a close "head to head race", but the atmosphere was super positive, great, exciting and incredibly exciting! The two award winners are very happy and proud to be able to represent Serbia at IDO 2014.More ...

The winners from Indonesia

The Goethe-Institut Jakarta organized the National Olympics in cooperation with Indonesian education authorities, German teacher associations and the German embassy. More than 600 German learners put their German skills to the test.More ...

The winners from Brazil

The 4th German Olympiad took place in Brazil from May 5 to 10, 2014, in which around 390 pupils from over 25 schools across the country took part.More ...

The winners from Kazakhstan

The Goethe-Institut Almaty organized the republic-wide German Olympiad for the first time this year. The final round was held as part of the 20th anniversary of the Goethe-Institut Kazakhstan.More ...

The winners from Slovakia

In the presence of the Austrian ambassador, the German cultural attaché and the representative from the Ministry of Education (director of the department for secondary schools), all participants received a certificate and material prizes.More ...

The winners from Romania

The two winners were not only selected by the teachers in Romania, but also confirmed by voting by the other students. The Ministry of Education and the Association of German Teachers have presented the IDO certificates.More ...

The winners from Japan

The participants who were selected in the pre-selection took the final written exams (reading comprehension, listening comprehension, essay) and the oral exam (group presentation) .More ...

The winners from China

Shanghai, March 9th, 1:30 p.m .: Around 180 pupils, teachers, employees and volunteers gathered in the auditorium of the World Foreign Language Middle School (WFLMS) for the award ceremony of the NDO 2014.More ...

The winners from the Netherlands

At the German Olympiad in Amsterdam, nine students at B2 level and eleven students at C1 level came together, who, in addition to the exams for reading, listening and writing, also developed small presentations on the subject of dreams for the future.More ...