Admissions to the CAWEB master’s degree is based on a candidate’s academic and professional merit as well as their motivation for the program’s fields. Applying to the distance-learning program is simple and can be done in just a few steps. If you prefer to apply to our on-campus program, visit our French website!
Admissions are open from April 1.
CAWEB’s distance-learning program is available at an affordable price and offers the exact same accredited master’s degree as our on-campus option. Tuition fees include everything you’ll need to complete the program and graduate, such as access to courses, exams, software products, and any other teaching materials.
- Tuition fees for the 1-year format: 5800 euros (2023/2024 academic year)
- Tuition fees for the 2-year format: 7540 euros per year (2023/2024 academic year)
If you live in France and decide to do an apprenticeship in conjunction with your studies, you do not need to pay any tuition fees. To learn more about this option, visit or Apprenticeship Contract page!
Am I eligible to apply?
To apply to CAWEB’s distance-learning program, you need:
- A high level in English. A good command of another language is appreciated.
- A degree equivalent to 4 years of higher education in languages, communication, marketing, computer science or significant work experience in one of these fields.
- A strong work ethic and motivation for the program’s fields.
- Good computer literacy skills.
Our students come from diverse backgrounds, and if you’re still not sure whether or not you’re eligible to apply, contact us!
What do I need to apply?
In order to submit an application, you must provide:
- A copy of your last obtained degree
- A resume or CV
- A cover letter
Please note that your level of English will be evaluated during the application process. No language certification is required. However, if you have such a certificate then you should upload it with your application file.
How do I apply?
Admission to CAWEB’s distance-learning program requires 3 simple steps:
Step 1: Application
You can apply via the online application form. You will need a copy of your last obtained degree, your CV, and your cover letter in order to submit your application.
Step 2: Admission
Once submitted, your application will be reviewed by our academic team. If your application is eligible, you will then be invited to a video interview. This usually takes place a few weeks after you have submitted your application and is done entirely online.
After the interview, you will be notified by email if you have been admitted for enrollment into the program.
Step 3: Enrollment
Once admitted, we will guide you through the enrollment process with the Continuing Education Department (Service Formation Continue) of the University of Strasbourg.
First, you will receive an enrollment request form that you must fill out and send back to the Continuing Education Department.
They will then send you a registration form and a training contract. Both documents must be signed and sent back to the Continuing Education Department. Next, you’ll receive your enrollment certificate. After that, you’ll officially be a member of the CAWEB community!