German Embassy Jakarta

Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 1
Jakarta 10310
Indonesia
☏  +62 21 39855 000

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Welcome to the JERIN-profile of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Jakarta. The Embassy is pleased to present a summary of its activities and services. For more detailed information please visit the official website.

The German Embassy Jakarta is the official diplomatic mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to Indonesia, Timor-Leste and ASEAN. It is currently headed by Ambassador Peter Schoof. The dedicated staff of the Embassy is working in the domains of politics, economy, development cooperation, research, culture and press as well as consular matters.

The Embassy assists in legal and consular matters and provides information on visa regulations. In emergency situations it supports German citizens inter alia with useful information and advice and helps in conveying apt contact persons.

If you have any questions regarding the German Embassy or its work please contact the
Embassy via the contact form on its website or under info@jaka.diplo.de. The German Embassy is looking forward to your feedback.

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Services

Visa

If you are planning to travel to Germany, you are most welcome to contact the Visa Section of the German Embassy.

Indonesian citizens can travel to Germany with a Schengen visa for up to 90 days. For stays of over 90 days, a national visa is required. The process is straightforward and you do not need an intermediary or agent in order to obtain a visa. For further information, please see the website. You may contact us through the contact form on the website with any additional questions.

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Company List

The history of economic cooperation stretch back to the 19th century when Siemens came to Indonesia in 1855 and Krupp followed suit in 1876.

Today more than 300 German companies are located in Indonesia. They contribute in significant ways to the development and modernization of the Indonesian economy, especially in the area of environmentally friendly green technologies. The German Embassy annually publishes a register of German companies located in Indonesia (called “German Business in Indonesia”) which can be downloaded as a pdf-file from the Embassy’s website.

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Politics

The Embassy’s Political Department observes and analyses Indonesian foreign and domestic policy based on contacts with the Indonesian Government, Parliament and non-governmental institutions. In addition, political officers inform Indonesian partners and organizations about political developments within Germany and its foreign and European policy.  

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Economy

The Cultural Section of the German Embassy is engaged with the German-Indonesian cultural relations.

It executes and coordinates the German Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy in close cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Jakarta, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German School (Deutsche Schule) Jakarta.   The promotion of the German language is a corner stone of the German foreign policy. German as a foreign language is taught at various leading educational institutions throughout Indonesia with a total of 200.000 learners. The number of Indonesians studying in Germany has risen to 3.600 which is an increase by 45 % since 2012. Also is the embassy engaged in the preservation of Indonesian culture as in the case of Borobudur and the Rock Art of Tutuala in Timor Leste.

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Culture & Education

The Cultural Section of the German Embassy is engaged with the German-Indonesian cultural relations.

It executes and coordinates the German Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy in close cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Jakarta, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German School (Deutsche Schule) Jakarta.   The promotion of the German language is a corner stone of the German foreign policy. German as a foreign language is taught at various leading educational institutions throughout Indonesia with a total of 200.000 learners. The number of Indonesians studying in Germany has risen to 3.600 which is an increase by 45 % since 2012. Also is the embassy engaged in the preservation of Indonesian culture as in the case of Borobudur and the Rock Art of Tutuala in Timor Leste.

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