Facts and figures

Student population

Since 2010-2011, the student population at the University of Strasbourg has been constantly increasing: 46 627 students enrolled with us for the academic year 2014-2015, among which 6178 freshmen. Unistra also attracts more and more international students, who represent about 20% of the student population.

Total student population : 46 627

 

Student enrollment

 

Distribution of students by type of degree

Distribution of students by field of study

 

International students enrolled at Unistra: 9 062, i.e. 19,4% of the total student population

 

Distribution of international students by region of origin

Our stakeholders

  • 2 778 lecturers and lecturers-researchers
  • 2 033 library, engineering, administration, technical and health staff
  • 4 856 independant contractors
  • 37 education and research departments (UFR), faculties, schools and institutes
  • 72 research units (UPRUMR, EA), 1 service and research unit (USR (MISHA)), 5 service unit and 6 federative research structures

Education

A wide range of degree and training programmes covering all disciplines

  • Licences (L) : 32 disciplines
  • Masters (M) : 63 disciplines, 185 specialities
  • Doctorats (D) : 37 disciplines, 144 specialities

  • Diplômes d’études universitaires scientifiques et techniques (Deust) / University scientific and technical diploma: 5
  • Diplômes universitaires de technologie (DUT) / University technical diploma: 12
  • Licences professionnelles / Vocational Bachelor's degrees : 40
  • Engineering degrees: 8
  • Master's degree Grande Ecole in management (EM Strasbourg): 1
  • Institute of Political Studies' diploma (IEP): 1
  • International preparatory cycle: Chemistry International Studies (CPI-CHEM.I.ST) at the ECPM: 1
  • Health: 3 doctoral degrees in Medicine, Dental Surgery, Pharmacy

Research

The University of Strasbourg, a research actor at international level

  • 1 Kavli Prize: Thomas Ebbesen, nanosciences (2014)
  • 3 Nobel Prizes: Martin Karplus, chemistry (2013) - Jules Hoffmann, physiology - medicine (2011) - Jean-Marie Lehn, chemistry (1987)
  • 3 CNRS Gold Medals: Jules Hoffmann (2011), Jean-Marie Lehn (1981), Pierre Chambon (1979)
  • 1 Fields Medal: René Thom (1958)
  • 1 Académie française member: Jules Hoffmann (2012)
  • 15 Académie des sciences members and 1 correspondant
  • 48 Institut universitaire de France members: 11 juniors, 17 seniors, 20 honorary members
  • 3 Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres members
  • 27 European Research Council (ERC) members: 16 juniors, 11 seniors
  • 10 doctoral schools belonging to the joint Doctoral College and 2406 doctoral students
  • 446 doctoral degrees awarded in 2014
  • Founding member of the League of European Research Universities (LERU)
Établissement associé de l'Université de Strasbourg
Fondation Université de Strasbourg
Investissements d'Avenir
Ligue européenne des universités de recherche (LERU)
EUCOR, Le Campus européen
CNRS
Inserm Grand Est
HRS4R