Online offers

Due to the current situation regarding the corona virus, we have suspended our program until further notice. Therefore, we will be looking for interesting alternative offers for you and list them here. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Stay healthy!

We look forward to discovering new places with you on a new excursion soon.

Online cooking: Chinese dumplings
The Chinese Spring Festival, the most important traditional holiday in China, is just around the corner. What do you eat for the Spring Festival? Of course, dumplings! We will cook Chinese dumplings online. We look forward to cook with you!
Please register here:
WHAT? Cooking Chinese dumplings together via Zoom .
WHEN? 07.02.2021, 16:00-18:00
WHERE? directly in you kitchen via Zoom
COSTS? Participation is free, you have to buy the ingredients beforehand (approx. 10 €).

You need the following ingredients:
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Minced meat
One or two kinds of vegetables (e.g. Chinese cabbage, Asian wild garlic, Asian fennel, carrots, zucchini, pickled cabbage...)
Spring onion
From the Asia shop:
dumpling dough, frozen (let the dough defrost in the refrigerator for about 10 hours beforehand!)
Soy sauce
sesame oil
Five spice powder (Wu Xiang Fen) or dumpling powder (Jiao Zi Fen)

16:00-16:10: Introduction
16:10-16:20: Information about the spring festival and dumplings
16:20-16:50: Preparing the filling
16:50-17:00: Preparing the dumpling dough
17:00-17:40: Making the dumplings
17:40-17:55: Cooking the dumplings
18:00: Eating

We look forward to seeing you and wish you a good appetite!

Voices against racism and populism

Voix contre le racisme et le populisme

A german-french blog and film project.
Racist mindset. Populist tendencies. The fomentation of hate, anger and prejudice against social groups in the daily life and internet is current. Populist tendencies and opinion leader gain power. The division of society is accepted, provoked and reinforced. In this case racist mindsets arise and form the base of populist movements.

With our project “No space for hate and prejudice: racism and populism in the daily life and internet” we want to give space to the voices against racism and populism.

A - Blog project: "Raise your voices against racism and populism"

Have you experienced racism and populism and would like to write about it?
You have a clear opinion about the presence of racism in our current society and how we should deal with populist and racist hostilities? We need your voice to set a sign against racism and populism. We are planning a cross-border Franco-German blog and want to give you the opportunity to publish your experiences. Your voice against racism and populism will be visible.

Describe your experiences with racism and populism in everyday life and in the internet as a person affected or an observer. Send us your story until the 09th November 2020. Your text should contain 3.500 to 5.000 signs (blanc space included). Use the language of your choice: French, German or English. Together with the blog editors we will support you with the journalistic preparation.

Submissions can only be considered if you hand in your ….
- First name
- Last name
- Date of birth
- Place of residence by indicating street, city and country
- High school/ university
and your text to

We guarantee anonymity. No previous journalistic knowledge is necessary. The editors reserve the right to accept only a certain number of texts. To get your text accepted, the editorial team has to get in contact with you. You will agree to these terms by sending your contribution to us.

Students of the universities, high schools, Studierendenwerke and CROUS of Strasbourg, Mulhouse, Colmar, Lyon, Karlsruhe and Freiburg are authorized to participate.

- Who we are -
We are an editorial team consisting of German and French students and volunteers from universities and student unions in the Upper Rhine and Lyon. Our editorial work is supported by the Jugendpresse Deutschland and sponsored by the German French Youth Office.

With this project we want to raise cross-border awareness of the existing problems of racism and populism in our society and give those affected a voice to make their experiences public.

B - Two-part online workshop: "Racism and Populism" & "Media Technology - Spot on Racism and Populism"

You would like to learn more about the phenomena of racism and populism? You are interested in producing a short film? Then you are invited to join our project:

Online workshop I "Populism and Racism"
This online workshop focuses on exploring and reflecting the themes racism and populism and then to act according to the new findings. The following topics will be developed interactively during four online workshops: (1) Populism - "Us against the others" (2) Racism as a core element of populism and how to deal with it (3) Handling of racism on the internet (4) How to deal with populism and racism.

Dates: 4x 90 minutes- Wednesday, 11., 18., 25. November, 2nd December 2020 from 19.00h to 20.30h

Contributor: Claude-Hélène Mayer, Professor of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Online workshop II "Media Technology - Spot on Racism and Populism" - Production of a short film on the topic
In the second online workshop “spot on racism and populism” short films will be produced with the smartphone. On the first workshop day, ideas for the short films will be developed using creative writing and visualisation techniques. In between, there will be a theoretical part with some examples. First exercises for the cinematic realisation of the ideas will be made. Within a week, the videos will be uploaded by the participants on a password-protected video platform.

On the second workshop day the created films will be discussed. The participants will receive a feedback and are able to supplement and improve their films in the course of the day, for example in terms of sound, editing, comprehensibility or aesthetics. In the afternoon, the completed short films (with a maximum length of three minutes per film) are viewed together. The workshop ends with a reflection on the creative process of dealing with the topics racism and populism.

Dates: The whole day from 10.00h to 18.00h on Sunday, the 29 November and Saturday, the 05th December.

Contributors: Margitta Freund & Lisa Völter, Kommunikation und Medien e.V. Freiburg

Students of the universities, high schools, Studierendenwerke and CROUS of Strasbourg, Mulhouse, Colmar, Lyon, Karlsruhe and Freiburg are authorized to participate.

Language requirements:
Good knowledge of the German and French language are desirable and of great advantage. Good knowledge of the English language can be helpful for the communication.

Due to the funding criteria of the German-French Youth Office, preference is given to participants up to the maximum age of 25 years. We ask for your understanding.

It is only possible to participate in both workshops. It is not possible to attend only one of the two workshops. Maximum 20 participants. The participants will receive a certificate of participation in the French and German language.

Submissions can only be considered if you hand in your
- First name
- Last name
- Date of birth
- Place of residence by indicating street, city and country
- High school/ university
- and your language skills in German, French and English.

Submissions until Monday, 09.11.2020:


Karlsruhe Institut of Technology (KIT)
University of Education
University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe
  • Digital courses
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Cooperative State University Karlsruhe
Karlshochschule International University
  1. Digital Information day

Master student Haoming Chen helps interested parties from China if they want to study at Karlshochschule. More information here.
University of Music
Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design
State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe
Pforzheim University


Center for art and media (ZKM)
The ZKM is a unique cultural institution worldwide and it extends the original tasks of the museum. It is a house of all media and genres, a house of both space-based arts such as painting, photography and sculpture as well as time-based arts such as film, video, media art, music, dance, theater and performance.

Discover this extraordinary and timeless place from the comfort of your own home with an online tour or workshop.

State Museum of Baden
The State Museum of Baden is a large cultural and historical museum for this part of the country and presents the culture of Baden across genres in dialogue with evidence of the cultures of the world with a focus on Europe. His objects represent 50,000 years of international cultural history: it brings together world culture, regional history and regional everyday to form a large cultural-historical show.

Discover the digital offer conveniently from home - from special contributions, digital catalog to special exhibitions to go, there is a lot to discover.

State Art Gallery Karlsruhe
The State Art Gallery Karlsruhe is one of the largest and most traditional museums in Germany. In its digital collection, the gallery offers the opportunity to experience 800 years of history in stories and never seen details and backgrounds.

Here you can see the collection.

Musée du Louvre
The Louvre is by far one of the best known and most visited museums in the world. Based on its exhibition area, it is also the third largest museum in the world. The exhibit that most people think of when they think of the Louvre is, of course, the painting of the Mona Lisa. You have to experience this museum up close, but in addition to an extensive digital archive with works of art from its collection, it also offers online tours through the department of ancient Egypt. You can admire numerous exhibition rooms, halls and the exterior architecture of both the historical building as well as the famous glass pyramid by the architect Ieoh Ming Pei in 360 degrees via the Youvisit platform.
Bode Museum of the State Museums in Berlin
The Bode Museum on Museum Island houses the sculpture collection, the Museum of Byzantine Art, over 100 works from the picture gallery and a large part of the coin collection. Since the end of 2015, the ground floor and most of the upper floor can be viewed in a full 360-degree panorama. In contrast to many other digital tours, you can admire online all 850 sculptures and paintings on display. With one click, several hundred built-in links lead to the respective digital archive, in which you can learn more about the individual works.
Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States and has one of the most important art history collections in the world. Through the award-winning online project The Met 360 ° Project, you can explore the exhibition rooms in six videos lasting several minutes.
Natural History Museum Karlsruhe
The Karlsruhe Natural History Museum is not only popular with visitors of Karlsruhe, thanks to its outstanding collections and research activities it is one of the largest natural history museums in Germany. It has a double importance as a scientific research institute and as a visitor-oriented museum. Researching, collecting and preserving, imparting knowledge - we see it as our task to connect the classic work areas of a museum.

Click here for the online offers.

Smithsonian - National Museum of Natural History
The virtual tours of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History enable visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of selected exhibits and areas of the museum from their desktop or mobile device. Visitors can also access selected collections and research areas of our satellite support and research stations, as well as past exhibits that are no longer on display.
Musei Vaticani
Virtual tour of the breathtaking rooms of the Vatican.


Municipal Library Karlsruhe
The Municipal Library is available to all customers with a library card. Click here for the website.
KIT Library
Digital media

Online courses

  • Information literacy - plan, research, write metodically. For students and doctoral students in natural and engineering sciences
  • Scientific Writing - Students in all subjects. Including 2 peer consultations. ECTS capable
Badische Landesbibliothek (BLB)

Other institutions

Federal Constitutional Court
The Federal Constitutional Court is the constitutional court for the Federal Republic of Germany. As guardian of the German constitution (the Basic Law), the court has a dual role, on the one hand as an independent constitutional body and on the other hand as part of the judicial power in the special field of constitutional and international law. Through its decisive decisions, it provides a binding interpretation of the constitutional text.

You can discover this impressive building on a virtual tour.

CCFA Karlsruhe Foundation
ESN Karlsruhe
Digital offers from ESN Karlsruhe such as a virtual get-together.
Many Volkshochschulen are increasingly offering webinars in response to the COVID19 outbreak. The online offers are available nationwide. More information can be found here.

Webinars and online courses

Kinderbüro on air
Class Central
Online courses of renowned universities like MIT, Stanford and Harvard.


Free diagnosis from the online doctor
Smart to the doctor - get advice from a competent doctor without making an appointment: Comfortable and absolutely discreet from home via phone or app.

Advice only for insured persons in Baden-Württemberg.

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