Dr. Ahmed Anwar Dezaye, the President of Salahaddin University, visited Leipzig University in Germany and was received by Professor Thomas Hofsas, Vice Presidentfor International Affairs and Professor Frank Ladik, Dean of College of Languages.It is worth mentioning that Leipzig University administers the German Language programme in Salahaddin University. Leipzig University organized a workshop,in which Salahaddin University President and head of the Department of German Language and many lecturers participated. The workshop reviewed the works of the Department in the last three years and discussed preparation for 2014-2015 academic year, when the first cohort of students will graduate. The workshop also discussed postgraduate courses in the Department for the top graduating students. Professor Christian Fandarckh, head of Herder Institute in Leipzig University thanked Salahaddin University President for his continuous support to the projects of the Department of German Lagrange in Salahaddin University. The President of Salahaddin University thanked Leipzig University and the German DAAD organization for their support to the Department and hoped that they continue to do so and accept a number of graduate students in postgraduate courses so that the Department will be able to educate the necessary academic staff. In addition Salahaddin University President met with Dr. Anolia Rachkokchin, Dean of College of Education and discussed a joint capacity building project between Leipzig and Salahaddin universities. The budget of this project will be provided by the German DAAD organization for the duration of one year. In October of the next year a delegation from Salahaddin University will visit Leipzig University to participate in a course provided by Leipzig University. The University President asked the DAAD organization to extent the project for three years so that all the lecturers of the College of Basic Education can benefit and build their academic capacities. Finally the agreement between Salahaddin and Leipzig universities was renewed in the areas of German language, basic education and archeology.