Enrolment for the 2016-2017 academic year opens on 18 July 2016 at 2pm.
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Strengthening ties with Mexico through the Petrogas projects
The Vice-president in charge of international relations Francis Kern signed an agreement between Strasbourg’s School and Observatory of Earth Sciences (EOST) and several Mexican and Spanish higher education institutions. This new partnership aims at reinforcing international cooperation in education, in the field of energy.
Applied Foreign Languages students’ multilingual magazine
LEA-info is a yearly magazine written by students in Applied Foreign Languages under the supervision of two teachers, Christophe Gérard and Jean-Christophe Gallet. The 3rd edition was published in early July 2016.
Attack in Nice: the University expresses sorrow and solidarity
The university community stands in solidarity with the victims of the terror attack in Nice and their families. On Bastille Day, it is an attack against the very symbol of liberty, equality and fraternity.
"Tree of Peace" sculpture unveiled at the University
The first European "Tree of Peace" has taken root at the Faculty of Dental Surgery of Strasbourg. This sculpture created by Hedva Ser has become one of UNESCO's symbols of peace.
Transplantex: a transplant rejection Laboratory of Excellence
22 June 2016 was European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation. Since 2013, Transplantex - the only Laboratory of Excellence dedicated to this cause - has been studying donor-recipient tissue compatibility and designing more efficient clinical diagnosis tools to prevent late rejection.
The Campus Park in bloom
9 months after its inauguration, the University park is blooming for the first time.
448 doctors honoured
The Thesis Award Ceremony was held on 24 June at the University of Strasbourg.
The France-Japan University House, a single entry point in France
Created in 2001 to promote and encourage exchanges between the two countries, the France-Japan University House (MUFJ) has become a key intermediary for academic cooperation projects. It is celebrating 15 years of activities this year.