Discover Strasbourg During Our On-Campus Meetings
As a CAWEB distance-learning student, you will have the opportunity to come visit Strasbourg and attend two on-campus meetings during the school year. These meetings are not mandatory but highly encouraged because they allow you to discover the University of Strasbourg for a few days and connect with your fellow students and instructors.
Our program provides students wishing to participate in these on-campus meetings with invitation letters to obtain a visa that will last the duration of the meetings, if needed.
A Dynamic City Full of History
During your stay in Strasbourg, you will discover a city that is rich with history. While you’re here, be sure to visit the Strasbourg Cathedral, a must-see historical monument that dates back to 1015. Stroll through the city and discover its beautiful hidden streets, canals, and delicious Alsatian cuisine. Or if you prefer, rent a city bike and enjoy the abundance of bike paths. Strasbourg is considered one of the most bike friendly cities in the world! You can also take a tour of the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, and many other European establishments.
A Unique Link With Germany
Strasbourg is the point of contact between France and Germany. It is an emblematic city of Franco-German history and cooperation. Located in the heart of the Upper Rhine region of France, the two countries regularly collaborate to develop numerous educational and cultural projects.
In addition, the city of Kehl and the Black Forest in Germany, are located only a few kilometers from Strasbourg. They are easily accessible by tram and train, allowing you to enjoy Germany with ease!
University of Strasbourg: Renowned Excellence in Higher Education
The University of Strasbourg is renowned internationally for its excellence in higher education thanks to both its rich history and the quality of its training. The university itself dates back to the 16th century and currently offers 60 international dual degrees in partnership with universities around the world. By visiting the campus, you will be able to see why it attracts thousands of students every year.
Take a Look at Previous On-Campus Meetings
Pictures of previous meetings (as suggested by email)
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