The SKB sees itself as a space in which people with very different personal and cultural backgrounds learn and work with each other. We and the participants in our courses and activities have a great variety of different national, cultural, sexual, religious, etc. identities. The acceptance of this diversity makes up the core of our self-image. If you should feel discriminated against in one of our courses or witness racist, antisemitic, homophobe, transphobe or otherwise discriminatory behavior and actions, please confide in the teacher or come to our office to let us know.


Course offer Winter Term Intensive

In the upcoming winter break, SKB will be offering courses in many languages and cultures! You can find our course offer, as well as all information on the enrollment here.


Become a member of the SKB

For the coming Summer Semester 2015 we are looking for new members for the following languages: Arabic, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese.


If you think you can add to our organization, you can read more here.


People who speak a native language that we don't teach yet can also come to us with their suggestions and application.



27.03.2015 | Tag der offenen Tür (Day of the Open Door) with the SKB

The Sprach- und Kulturbörse? That's that school, where you can learn all sorts of languages that you can't find offered anywhere else, right? Wrong: the Sprach- und Kulturbörse is much more than that. [read more here]


What's the SKB?

You can read more about our project here.