CEPA Foundation: Strasbourg - EU Studies Semester Abroad Program
Experience cultural diversity at its best while studying in the capital of Europe, located on the French and German border in the town of Strasbourg France.The EU Studies program is designed to be an interdisciplinary program, bridging a wide rang... read more
This was extremely worthwhile for me. I study political science at my home university and have always wanted to see how other political institutions work and how people interact with them. This program gave me that opportunity and much more. I was able to see the places I had written on my bucket list since I was young... my lif... Courtney Blinn - Birmingham-Southern College View Entire Review
I became more independent than I thought possible and I pushed myself out of my comfort zone every day. It was worthwhile. I am a happier and more confident individual now. A student - Birmingham-Southern College View Entire Review
i learned to work along side people with different values and perspectives. It was absolutely a worthwhile experience! Guy S - West Virginia University View Entire Review
Broadened experiences and great friends. It was absolutely worthwhile Alex A - Georgia State University View Entire Review
I enjoyed being in France and having many excursions planned for us, so we could easily learn about the city and history. This is not a cultural immersion program. Emma v - West Virginia University View Entire Review
Very worthwhile. Gained lots of exposure to other countries and cultures. A student - West Virginia University View Entire Review
I gained practical experience on working in international teams, made friends from foreign countries and got to see Europe first hand from the perspective of a temporary resident. It was absolutely worthwhile. matt.tabit - West Virginia University View Entire Review
I gained experience about true friendships and cultural differences in eduction. A student - Georgia State University View Entire Review
A lot of cultural understanding, cheesy as that may be. missmarple49 - Georgia State University View Entire Review
I learned about economies, populations, political situations of countries that I previously didn't know where they were on a map. I learned about myself and broadened my horizons on other cultures, as well as gained connections and friends from all around the world. Living abroad definitely made me appreciate America, but also m... Ben B - Georgia State University View Entire Review
Too many things to list. Loved learning some new languages! It was very worthwhile, I'd do it again in a heartbeat! amyelizabethferguson - Stephen F. Austin State University View Entire Review
Yes it was very worth while. meganne R - West Virginia University View Entire Review
Definitely yes. Suraj M - Colby-Sawyer College View Entire Review
This experience was definitely worthwhile, as I became more independent, more competent, and less self-conscious about my ability to enter, explore, and settle into a foreign place. I learned more about my own lifestyle and found new habits I want to introduce back home to live in a more enjoyable way. Hunter Wolff - University of Florida View Entire Review
Knowledge, language, tolerance A student - West Virginia State University View Entire Review
European perspectives and new cultures, and how to live in a foreign country A student - Strasbourg University / Université de Strasbourg View Entire Review
I learned a lot like on having to compromise and work with foreign students. It was worthwhile. Nicole C - Georgia State University View Entire Review
I gained an incredible global perspective, and it really has changed my life for the better Charlotte C - University of Virginia View Entire Review
I learned a lot about different cultures as I was able to travel to many different countries. A student - West Virginia University View Entire Review
It was nice being able to speak French on a daily basis. Gerrick H - West Virginia University View Entire Review
I gained a cultural sensitivity and a desire for worldly exposure. This semester abroad was absolutely worthwhile and the effects of this trip will shape my time on this earth for the rest of my life. Alexis V - West Virginia University View Entire Review
OF COURSE IT WAS! I learned so much that I created a whole blog about it. But in short words: I increased my global awareness and have an international perspective on politics and relations among nations. Kristy P - University of Florida View Entire Review
The abroad portion of my trip was the best. I got to do some soul searching and discover what it is I want from my life, friends, and what I need to change or accept about life. I would not have changed this program at all because it was my experience but I think if I were to do another study abroad I would not come to France. ... Jessica B - Georgia State University View Entire Review
Yes, i learned that I could navigate in a foreign country and learn a foreign language quite easily. Tim C - Georgia State University View Entire Review
I learned many things about the French culture that contradicted many of my already assumed ideas. Now, I would like to double major and add French as one of my majors and I would love to be an international business lawyer so I can have the chance to be out of the country more. Samantha B - Pennsylvania State University - Abington View Entire Review
Experience cultural diversity at its best while studying in the capital of Europe, located on the French and German border in the town of Strasbourg France.
The EU Studies program is designed to be an interdisciplinary program, bridging a wide range of courses together, including political science, economics, business, management, history, art, languages, literature and culture just to name a few.
This program is unique in that all courses are taught in the English language. Students may also choose from a broad range of courses offered by the University of Strasbourg. The program is open to both graduate and upper division undergraduate students from accredited institutions in the USA.
Host Univesity: University of Strasbourg, EM Business School
US Partner University*: West Virginia University (WVU)
Students from all accredited higher education institutions are welcome to apply.
Transcripts and credits are issued by the University of Strasbourg and WVU.
No application fees at CEPA Foundation.
* $1,000 Scholarships are available*
(* Georgia State University and Mercer University also have exchange agreements with the University of Strasbourg and students who apply to the EU Studies program through these schools will receive transcripts from these schools resepectively.)
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- European Studies
- Western European Studies
- French Language, Literature
- Legal Professions and Studies
- Legal Studies
- International Law
- International Relations
- Political Science and Government
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CEPA Foundation Scholarships
Two $1,000 scholarships are available each year to students, who are the first generation in their family studying at a university / college and participating in any CEPA Foundation semester abroad program.
Three $1,000 scholarships are available each year to qualified students participating in any CEPA Foundation semester abroad program.
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