Dreaming of seeing the world? Campus Education can help get you there. Our cultural programs enables students to:

  • »  fully immerse yourself in another culture;
  • »  gain independence and confidence;
  • »  and make friends around the world to form networks for life.
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    A high school experience in Germany with CEA!

    It is a magical country and has been hosting people for centuries. Germany has so much to offer, there is just something to do all the time. History in Germany words can not describe it. It has diverse landscapes, alp’s, rivers, forest and scenery. Each town and village is lovely, exciting and has its own style. German families are friendly helpful warm people. Coffee, cafes is the flavor of the town. Cologne, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Heidelberg, just overflowing with cultural and the Black forest and, Romantique road is picturesque. If you have a special area of Germany you are keen to go and visit please ask and we will do our best to help you.


  • When you hear Neuschwanstein Castle, Disneyland castle , Berlin Wall, Oktoberfest, Bratwurst, strudel, Ski slopes you just think Germany! Germany’s fantastic geographic location together with its long inter-cultural history during its time as an empire makes Germany a fascinating combination of many European cultures. Germany offers its visitors breathtaking scenery more than half of the country is covered by Castles, history, Alps, the Rheine river, the Mosel river and the diverse regions

  • “Frohe Weihnachten” experience a cultural exchange with our high school WHITE Merry Christmas in Germany adventure on our 6 weeks program departing December and returns January during your summer vacation. Study abroad in Germany is very popular. Ask about Free German lessons before you go. Departures for longer programs to Germany during the year are also available.

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    School Life in Germany Gymnasium – School year starts in September, High school is a great place to meet some great new friends. Gymnasium- school starts 8am – 2pm weekdays German is the spoken language in Germany and best if you should know some German or take some classes before you leave. CEA Shorter program maybe a good option if your German is not so strong. There are standard subjects such as German, English, Mathematic, physics and so on. Students are expected to be respectful to teachers to such a point that behaviour is evaluated along with academic performance Most people speak English in Germany, so this will help if you wish to go as mentioned on the shorter programs.

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    Sports and Activities In German high schools you can participate in lots of activities and sports. Schools will offer various sports and may include skiing, volleyball, football, hockey, soccer. Music is part of the school and there are many clubs you can join and play in a team.

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    Host family life in Germany Host families are caring and welcoming. Host families are carefully chosen by our host family coordinator in Germany and personally interviews the families. All families are police checked and screened prior to student placement.Host families will show you all the great sightseeing hot spots and really include you in the family. Families may live in the larger cities, local village or mountains. They are keen to have you come and stay and experience German life. Families do many activities together, cycling, hiking, visiting museums, shopping, movies. They will help make you feel welcome to the family and its important that you also will give some of yourself to be part of the family and this works better and you have full immersion with the family and a live like a real German teenager. You will fit in easily with the family and be able to go out and experiences the amazing culture, hike the mountains, ski or snowboard the slopes possibly just outside your door if you are in the mountain districts. The public transport to get anywhere is very good so you will be able to get around.

  • Cultural Exchange in Germany was the best! I just loved all the culture, art, history all my new friends. I love Germany!” Linda from Australia
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    Sightseeing, Weekends, Sports, leisure time and fun. Lots of great things to do in Germany. Live the culture, visit Germany great history, every town has a icon to visit see the worlds famous Castle “Neuschwanstein Castle” in a the beautiful fairytale town of Fussen in the Black forest area or visit the most talked after Wall – the Berlin wall. Cologne’s Cathedral dating back to 1170 wow….explore what its like living Germany have a coffee in in a local café with friends. Shopping, movies and just hanging out. Or take a cruise down the Rheine, or just visit the chocolate factory in Cologne. Immersion with a local German family and visit Heidelberg the University city of Germany

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