One study programme – two countries – two degrees
FGU students pursue a joint programme of study in France and Germany.
However, they come from countries all around the world.
Key facts at a glance
- The FGU is a network consisting of over 200 universities, universities of applied sciences, grandes écoles and écoles in France, Germany and a number of third countries.
- You study alternately at a French and German university and at the end of your course are awarded a double degree (bachelor, master or PhD).
- You can choose from over 180 Franco-German degree programmes in 145 cities.
- You will also find some tri-national FGU study programmes, for example with the UK.
- FGU covers almost all fields of study: engineering, natural sciences, economics, law, social sciences and humanities, as well as teacher training, architecture and IT.
- The FGU supports your stay abroad with a monthly allowance of €300.
- The FGU offers you the option of taking part in free online language courses.
- FGU graduates will have no problems in finding suitable employment in their chosen fields and in most cases they work in an international context.
- The FGU study guide (in French or German) provides you with detailed information on each degree programme.
- A French and a German university together offer a joint programme.
- Each of the FGU programmes is divided more or less equally between the two partner universities, which means that you study abroad for at least a whole year.
- However, thanks to the joint study and examination regulations, this does not extend your study time.
- University entrance qualification
- Good language skills in French and German*
- A bachelor’s degree for master programmes
* Students with a lower level of proficiency (A2-B1) can attend intensive language courses during their studies.
- You submit your application to either the German or the French partner university. In Germany, students apply directly to the university. In France, applications are made via the Parcoursup platform.
- Once the application dossier with CV, certificates and cover letter describing your reasons for applying has been submitted, selection interviews and/or language tests usually follow.
For general queries about studying with the FGU, please contact:
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