Globalization entails various challenges and changes like, for instance, a growing economic and cultural interconnectedness. This inspired me to research the topic of global education or global citizenship education, respectively, and the impulse of new cultures of learning connected to it. Global education wants to look into questions of living together in a globalized world. Migration, economic dependencies, questions of equity, environmental concerns and the impact of information- and communication-technologies are some examples. In this thesis I reflect on the question if and how new cultures of learning are adopted in adult education courses on Global Education. I analyzed principles and methods of new cultures of learning in four expert interviews. The investigation shows that new cultures of learning are used, evident in, for example, a focus on the participants or a learning environment that supports and encourages self-learning processes. Furthermore, questions on potentials and challenges of global education are discussed.