On selected days during the face-to-face modules, additional courses will be offered upon request or as needed such as conversation training or short modules on current topics. In addition to the numerous subject-specific further education opportunities, there are also a number of social events available that have cultural or tourist-related focus, such as
- a visit to the prince-bishop‘s residence (UNESCO World Heritage Site), one of the most important baroque castle grounds in Europe which contains the world-famous unsupported vaulted staircase decorated by the largest one-piece fresco in the world,
- a wine-tasting in the vaulted cellar of the prince-bishop‘s residence, in which visitors can taste the outstanding quality of Franconian Wines filled in the world-famous bottles called “Bocksbeutel”,
- a tour through the medieval town with the “Wuerzburg Night Watchman” (German only) who is well-versed in both historically-based facts about the city’s history as well as some amusing and unusual anecdotes,
- a liqueur tasting which includes a number of aromatic samplings as well as interesting details about the selection of ingredients, production and storage of the precious liqueurs,
- a guided tour through St. Kilian‘s Cathedral (German only), which contains a wide spectrum of impressive works of various style epochs ranging from the Romanesque period to the present as well as famous artists (e. g. Tilman Riemenschneider, Pietro Magno, Balthasar Neumann)
In addition, the City of Wuerzburg and the surrounding Franconian wine region offers numerous points of interest and excursion destinations which can either be explored alone or together with other interested classmates.