Would you like to take part in a youth camp in either France or Germany to meet young people who share your passions? Our partner institutions organize international summer camps in support of the Franco-German Partnership, with programs that fit your personal interests. Use this chance to explore French or German culture while making friends and learning about their life and cultures.
There is something for everybody! Whether you are interested in sports, art, science, or just want to know more about life in another country, you will find the youth camp that suits you.
If you are into sports and want to be active during your holidays, check out our sports meet-ups. Young people with a particular interest in culture and history can learn something about historical reconciliation and the significance of the Franco-German Partnership in our globalized world. Aspiring artists, singers, dancers and actors should look at the artistic and cultural meet-ups, while scientifically and technologically-interested youngsters will find something interesting in the section on our science meet-ups.
And last, but not least, if you want to get involved and support the European integration process, the French-German twinned city meet-ups might be just what you have been looking for.
There are many opportunities for you to get to know more about France and Germany during an international summer camp.
It is entirely up to you which type of youth camp you choose. Whether you like sports, culture and science, or want to know more about a city in France or Germany – choose the program that suits you best!
An international summer camp is your opportunity to experience life in another country in a safe and fun environment guaranteed by FGYO’s partner institutions and organizations.
Youth camps funded by the FGYO are an opportunity to learn French and German while supporting the Franco-German Partnership and, also, contributing to the ongoing process of historical reconciliation in Europe.
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.