Cooperation in the field of culture and education is well developed. German culture and science have an excellent reputation in Sudan. Many Sudanese have studied or worked in Germany and keep in Khartoum an active network of Germany at interested upright. The Goethe-Institut in Khartoum has been making its reopening, 2008 in the program as in the language work a central pillar of cultural relations with Sudan is. Currently, the building of the Goethe-Institut is being renovated and expanded. With its cultural program (theater workshops, concerts, debates, etc.) and operated in-house café serves as a meeting point for the emerging Sudanese intellectual elite who visited the neighboring university institutions. Language courses at the Goethe-Institut enjoy great popularity. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is represented by an editor (German language) in Khartoum. This is responsible for the award of scholarships for study and research in Germany and for student counseling. Since 1990, German is offered as a foreign language at Sudanese universities. Currently, nearly 100 students in B. A. and BA Honours program enrolled at the University of Khartoum. The Alzaiem Alazhari University and the Sudan University of Science and Technology have a section for "German as a foreign language at Sudanese schools are so far not an offer to learn the German language.
In Science, there are a number of cooperation programs Sudanese and German educational institutions with exchange of students, graduate students, researchers and academics. These include the cooperation of the Ahfad Women's University Omdurman and the Humboldt-University of Berlin and the Technical University of Berlin (women's studies, development policy) and contacts between the Gezira University and the Humboldt University (agriculture, archeology) as well as a number of other Universities. In range of cultural preservation there is a close cooperation between the Sudanese Antiquities Service and various German archaeological institutions. Employees of the Humboldt University of Berlin, University of Cologne, the Egyptian Museum in Berlin and the German Archaeological Institute regularly carry out restoration and conservation work on ancient sites in Naga, Mussawarrat it Sufra and Gala Abu Ahmed through. Exhibits found there to be spent on a regular basis as loans to Germany. In 2012, Germany has supported this work with about half a million euros.