Exchange students orientation
From 17 to 28 August, a two-week orientation programme will introduce incoming exchange students to the university and the city.
France and Germany support the "European Campus" project
The "European Campus" project, which brings the universities of Strasbourg, Freiburg, Karlsruhe, Basel and Upper Alsace together, has received the support of the French Secretary for European Affairs Harlem Désir and his German counterpart Michael Roth.
How to enrol online
Students registering with the University for the 2015/16 academic year will have access to online enrolment beginning Thursday, 16 July.
Campus park to be inaugurated in September
The central campus is currently undergoing major transformation within the framework of the campus development programme Operation Campus. After two years of work, the new campus park will be inaugurated on 17 September.
Australian ambassador visits the University
On June 22, the University of Strasbourg hosted the Australian ambassador Stephen Brady on an official visit.
Doctors honoured at the University
The Thesis Award Ceremony was held on Friday 26 June at the Palais Universitaire, followed by the Conferment of doctoral degrees.
European Summer School 2015: an introduction to modern Physics of light
The European Summer School of the University of Strasbourg is a prestigious one-week meeting of students from all over Europe. They present their research projects and attend lectures on some of the most recent topics in physics presented by internationally renowned scientists.
Journalism students back from trip to Khazakhstan
For the past 20 years, students of Unistra’s School of Journalism (Cuej) have been completing their training with an immersion trip in a foreign country. This year, they travelled to Khazakstan.
Summer French courses for international students
The International Institute of French Studies will offer French courses for international students from 10 to 28 August at the University of Strasbourg.
LERU applauds the European Comission's response to the ECI “Stop Vivisection”
On 3 June, the European Commission rendered its decision on the European Citizens´ Initiative (ECI) “Stop Vivisection”: the Directive 2010/63/EU won’t be abolished and is considered as an indispensable tool at the EU level to protect animals. LERU very much welcomes this response.