Strasbourg, France

More than 50,000 college students from across the world flock to picturesque Strasbourg each year, drawn by its central location, fascinating history, and great European institutions: the Court of Human Rights, the Council of Europe, and the European Parliament.

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In addition to your classroom studies, you can gain hands-on experience and improve your language skills through field study (in France and other European countries) and internships. From absorbing lectures at some of Europe’s most important sites to quiet family meals at home, your time spent in Strasbourg will become some of the most memorable of your life.


Explore the Courses

Browse a wide array of subjects and programs offered through Syracuse’s Strasbourg Center. Some courses are taught in English and some in French. There are additional courses available for students with intermediate and advanced French language skills.

SU Strasbourg Center courses


Internship Opportunities

Consider supplementing your academics with an internship equal to 1 to 3 credits per semester. Political science internships and independent research projects are available at the Council of Europe in English or French Directorates. For students with French language proficiency, community field placements (1-3 credits) in international and national businesses, local government, social work, archeological research, and advertising are also available.

Browse all internship opportunities


Talk to Recent SU Strasbourg Students

Strasbourg global ambassadors formed close bands with their host families, traveled all over Europe, and took classes from experts in their fields—ask them about Strasbourg!