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The University of Strasbourg Partners with MadCap Software to Equip Students with the Skills Needed to Succeed in the Technical Communication and Localization Industry

San Diego, CA and Strasbourg, Alsace, France – June 22, 2020 – The University of Strasbourg (UNISTRA) located in Strasbourg, France partners with MadCap Software to equip students with the knowledge and competencies necessary to succeed in the technical communication and localization industries.

The Master’s in Technical Communication and Localization (TCLoc) from UNISTRA combines an accredited master’s degree with the internationally recognized Technical Communicator (tekom) — Professional Level certificate from one of its partners, tekom Europe. The TCLoc program delivers its courses exclusively online and in English, offering a variety of practical content relevant to today’s technical communication and translation sectors. While providing the flexibility and accessibility of distance-learning for its courses, the TCLoc master’s program focuses on bridging the gap between academia and industry. Its courses are taught by leading experts and industry professionals who share their firsthand knowledge and experience as well as provide training on a range of tools used in the field.

The MadCap Scholar Program provides our students with licenses and training to gain hands-on experience with the latest tools and technology: MadCap Flare, MadCap Capture and MadCap Lingo. These cutting-edge technical communication and translation solutions are both intuitive and efficient for content authoring and publishing in a variety of formats.

Dr. Renate De La Paix | Program Director, University of Strasbourg

In the TCLoc master’s program, students receive intensive training in technical communication with the help of a wide range of tools used by technical writers, translators, and project managers. Dr. Renate de la Paix says, “With access to MadCap Software products, our students will be able to gain valuable experience in the end-to-end processes involved in the creation of content, preparation of files for translation, effective use of leveraging legacy content, project management, publishing multiple types of deliverables, and more.” In addition, “having experience with these well-known and widely used tools is a great asset as it further prepares them for work in the industry and adds value to their professional profiles.

They also plan to use MadCap Lingo and Flare for their CAWEB master's degree, a program that combines web technologies and communication with localization. The CAWEB program started in 2002 and they currently have 40 graduates per year. CAWEB courses are currently offered in French at the University of Strasbourg and they are in the final stages of also developing an online English version of the program.

“We’re beyond excited to join forces with UNISTRA in giving students hands-on experience in applying modern content development and localization approaches using our cutting-edge software,” said Anthony Olivier, MadCap founder and CEO. “Through our MadCap Scholar Program, we are providing students from all over the globe the tools that will help build their skill sets and give them a competitive advantage as they enter the workforce and establish their careers.”

About MadCap Scholar Program

The MadCap Scholar Program offers special pricing and discounts on MadCap Software’s state-of-the-art authoring, content development and technical documentation software to help students, educators and universities gain access to industry-standard solutions that support technical communication, learning & development, instructional design and content strategy best practices. They include the ability to outfit labs with MadCap Software applications; training, including the MAD Certification test for teachers and professors; and discounts on software for current students. For more detail, visit

About the University of Strasbourg

The University of Strasbourg is the second-largest university in France with over 50,000 students, twenty percent of whom are international students. The university is recognized as a University of Excellence by the IdEx government funding program and also boasts 3 Nobel Prizes earned by members of the staff. Offering education in a wide range of academic fields, the University of Strasbourg is composed of 5 faculties divided into 37 departments. The TCLoc master’s degree is offered by the Faculty of Languages, which provides language programs in 23 different languages and almost 30 master’s degrees alone.

About MadCap Software

MadCap Software is a trusted resource for thousands of companies around the globe for single-source, multi-channel authoring and publishing solutions designed to streamline the process of developing and delivering training content, learning and development programs, technical documentation, online Help, knowledge bases, and more. From authoring, publishing and translation, to cloud-based content management system, to contribution and review in the cloud, you can streamline content delivery and manage the entire content development lifecycle with MadCap Software. MadCap Software’s services include product training, consulting services, translation and localization, and an advanced developer certification program. Headquartered in San Diego, California, with offices in Austin, TX, MadCap Software is home to some of the most experienced software architects and product experts in the content development industry.

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