Thanks to programs between vocational and technical institutions, join a trilateral exchange for vocational students offered by the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO).
The FGYO gives you the opportunity to participate in an exchange with vocational, technical, or agricultural learning institutions from France and Germany.
You can take classes at one of your partner institutions in Germany and France and welcome student groups from the partner countries to your institution to share training and learning methods, and how you tackle your line of work.
With the help of this program, you’ll travel abroad while experiencing enriching professional training as you discover new practical methods. You’ll also gain language, social, and intercultural skills outside of your vocational training program.
Under instructor supervision, a visit to Germany or France is a fun and interesting way to travel abroad and be introduced to professional practices of the partner country.
With the help of this youth exchange in a partner country, you will enrich your vocational training and improve your language, social, and intercultural skills.
This is your chance to learn about German and French culture and improve your language skills with young people that share your interests. Don’t be shy and make the most of this enriching work!
Interested? Talk to your teachers about coordinating an enriching and formative exchange.
After finding your partner institutions in France and Germany, one of them must send a grant request to the FGYO three months before the exchange start date. Certain requests will be considered priority according to the guideline of the FGYO.
The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) is an international organization working for Franco-German cooperation, which has enabled nearly 9 million young people from France and Germany to participate in 320,000 exchange programs since 1963.