Would you like to organize an international exchange for your students or trainees and give them the chance to get to know France and Germany better and improve their language skills? Whether it is at school, in professional training or in a university program, the FGYO funds exchange programs in many areas. You can set the thematic orientation together with the partner organizations or institutions in France and Germany.
The FGYO supports you not only financially, but also helps you with organizational questions. Extensive documentation and helo for finding a French or German partner organization are at your disposal.
Would you like to organize a school exchange with partners from France and Germany? The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) has the right support for your project.
at all times - France
Are you teaching at a faculty in Eastern or Southern Europe or the Mditerreanean and interested in organizing a university exchange program or project with your partners in France and Germany? The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) funds academically
at all times - Germany
Are you teaching at a faculty in Europe and interested in organizing a university exchange program or project with France and Germany? The FGYO funds science and research orientated seminars organized by universities to foster academic exchange.
Are you a teacher in a vocational training institution looking to organize a trilateral exchange with your counterparts in Germany and France? The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) guides you through the planning stages of your project and offers gra
At any given moment - France
Benefit from the advantages of formal and non-formal education through FOCUS.
One week left to participate! - Poland
The “Young Europeans Award” is granted to European projects conceived and carried out by young Europeans from Germany, France, Poland and the United Kingdom. The topic for this year’s edition is what it means to you “to be or not to be a … European”.
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.