The Franco-German Forum will reopen its doors in Strasbourg on November 12 and 13. More than 100 higher education establishments, institutions, public bodies and businesses will be there to inform visitors of their activities and offers in the field of Franco-German: dual-degree binational courses, internships, job offers. At the end of the fair, future students will also be able to access a wide range of information online.
“The Franco-German Forum is a key event for young Europeans * looking for information with a view to their studies or the choice of their future profession. Particularly in view of the French Presidency of the Council of the EU from January 2022, we want to encourage young people to stay abroad, which can be a springboard towards an international career. Europe has a committed youth, eager to build the cross-border cooperation of tomorrow ”, declares Philippe Gréciano, president of the Franco-German Forum and vice-president of the Franco-German University.
Philippe Gréciano will inaugurate the opening ceremony of the Franco-German Forum organized on Friday evening at the Palais de la Musique et des Congrès in Strasbourg, with Marija Pejčinović Burić, Secretary General of the Council of Europe, and in the presence of Jutta Gisela Frasch, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Germany to the Council of Europe. This ceremony will be mainly devoted to the attractiveness of Franco-German study programs and to the international perspectives of higher education. It will also be an opportunity to award the prizes for the 2021 eloquence competition: “The Future of Europe: what challenges? “.
At the end of the show, the public will be able to discover numerous presentations of exhibitors online on the site www.dff‐ffa.org. The orientation offers offered by the Franco-German Forum will be complemented by an online event organized by UFA student representatives on November 20, during which currently registered students will answer all questions about Franco-German courses.
Once again this year, the Mehdorn Foundation and the Abibac Network are awarding mobility grants allowing young people to travel to Strasbourg, where they can collect information important for their professional future.