Welcome to the EU Studies Semester Abroad Program in Strasbourg, France


The EU Studies program is designed to be an interdisciplinary program, bringing together a broad range of courses including political science, economics, business, management, history,
art, languages, literature and culture.

This program is unique in that all courses are taught in English
and students may 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 all accredited institutions.

The program is offered by the Georgia State University, in collaboration with the University of Strasbourg and in partnership with its on-site partner CEPA Foundation.

Download: EU Studies Program Brochure (pdf)



    






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See the winners of this year's photo contest!
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Exclusively for FALL 2014 STUDENTS - Bring a friend and get a free trip
Enroll together with your friend for the EU Studies semester abroad program and get a free trip for both of you.
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Public lecture during Georgia State’s Think Transatlantic Week

One of CEPA Europe’s founding members, German Parliament member and Germany’s Coordinator for Transatlantic Relations, Harald Leibrecht, was invited to speak at Georgia State University in front of more than 400 students, staff and faculty members about the important relationship and cooperation between Germany and the United States earlier this month. Mr. Leibrecht spoke about the two nations in terms of economies, politics, international education and placed emphasis on the value of a continued partnership.

Read an article on the event published by the GSU student newspaper (The Signal) »

  


The offer is valid for those who qualify, apply and are able to successfully register for the program.
The trip includes a round trip train ticket from Strasbourg to Paris and two overnight stays at a hotel.
Please contact info@eustudiesprogram.eu for more details about the offer and terms.