Back Actu juillet pour les étudiants
News in july
The Eurometropole of Strasbourg offers a financial aid of 300€ to help students to pay their rent or their energy costs (under certain conditions). Online application form at demarches.strasbourg. eu/exceptional-help-for-students.
Possibility to buy 1 or 2 meals for 1 € in all Restos U ’, as well as partner restaurants, such as Stift, Fec and Ort. You must have activated your Izly account (virtual wallet) to be able to benefit from these € 1 meals: izly.fr During the summer period, the opening hours of the university restaurants vary. The calendar until August is available on the Crous website.
Free distributions on presentation of the student card by the Afges at the Minotaure (Gallia stop, 1 quai du Maire Dietrich) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m on Wednesday July 22. and August 5. and 19.
Afges also manages solidarity grocery stores, Agoraé, to find out if you can benefit from it, see this page: www.afges.org/agorae/
The Solidarifree are free supermarkets for students every other Saturday from July 3rd, from 11am to 12pm, on presentation of their student card.
- 1st Saturday of each month in the courtyard of the Rosa Parks school in Strasbourg Hautepierre (tram A, stop Galet)
- 3rd Saturday of each month in the courtyard of the Leonardo da Vinci school in Strasbourg Elsau (Tram B, Schongauer stop)
- For the months with 5 weeks, the last Saturday of the month in the north of the EMS: Schiltigheim, Bischheim or the Cité de l'Ill.
Mutual aid and networking platform for the City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg: food aid and toher from residents for students in difficulty.
Students can access free environmentally friendly sanitary protection dispensers. These dispensers are in place at the SSU and in all university residences.
A new sanitary protection dispenser will soon be available at the MUI (International University House).
The association Le Parcours proposes the operation "Confidence and self-esteem". From 17 May to 31 July, haircuts/brushes are 1€ for men and 2€ for women on presentation of a student card; 40 Rue de la Doller, 67000 Strasbourg. All info here.
Further information on the actions of solidarity structures on https://soliguide.fr/. Find the different places where it is possible to eat as well as the public toilets and fountains for the month of July.
HEALTH - HELP - SUPPORT
Who are the partner psychologists? List on https://santepsy.etudiant.gouv.fr
For young people aged 12 to 25, Santé publique France offers a dedicated platform, Fil Santé Jeunes, an anonymous and free service, which also has a helpline, 0 800 235 236, which is accessible every day.
Do not hesitate to contact a social worker of the Crous de Strasbourg in case of financial difficulties, by e-mail. Enclosing your school certificate, your mobile phone number and the reason for the request. In case of emergency: 03 88 21 28 48. https://www.crous-strasbourg.fr/aides-sociales/rencontrez-assistante-sociale/
The Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) and the CROUS have set up a special hotline for students experiencing financial difficulties to find out information: 0 806 000 278 (9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, price of a local call, not surcharged).
Transportation: you can still rent a Vélhop at the student rate (42€ or 10€ for scholarship students for the rest of the university year) see www.strasbourgaimesesetudiants.eu/transports
Are you between 18 and 25 years old and would like to go on holiday? Once a year, the Agence Nationale pour les Chèques-Vacances (French National Holiday Vouchers Agency) allows you to benefit from financial aid by choosing your destination: https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/actualites/A14868 and especially https://depart1825.com/eligibilite/ .
LIBRARIES - PLACES TO STUDY, REVIEW, ACCESS COMPUTERS
Libraries of the University of Strasbourg (BU Unistra)
Until mid-September, your library may have reduced hours or close for a summer break. All information here.
Strasbourg National University Library (BNU)
Open in summer from Monday to Saturday 10am-9pm and closed on Sundays. Reservation via Affluences. Free registration for all students until 31/08/21.
Strasbourg City and Eurometropolis libraries
Reception in compliance with health regulations for borrowing/returning documents, withdrawing reservations, registering. From 3 July, the libraries will go into summer hours.
La cabanne des créateurs offers students to share their co-working spaces (with access to Wi-Fi, computers and a printer): 10 places per day open by reservation (mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 03 88 81 14 83). The place is open from 9 am to 6 pm from Monday to Friday, at 1 place de la Gare, 67300 Schiltigheim.
On the occasion of the opening of La Pousse in Strasbourg (located at 4 rue de Londres in Strasbourg): one day of nomadic coworking is offered between 1 June and 30 September upon presentation of a valid proof of student status. To take advantage of this offer, book your day by sending your request by email to email@example.com. Futher information.
JOB – INTERNSHIPS
On www.strasbourgaimesesetudiants.eu/jobs you will find useful information and links to platforms listing job vacancies, such as Jobaviz of the Crous, of the University or of the City & Eurometropolis of Strasbourg.
On www.strasbourgaimesesetudiants.eu/stages-apprentissage, useful links and info on internships. On the City & Eurometropolis Platform, there are still around 40 internships to be filled (put “internship” under the keywords to consult them, and then to apply, create an account on My Strasbourg).
With to the Ministry of the Interior's "10,000 young people" plan, in 2021 more than 70 young people will be welcomed into the services of the Bas-Rhin prefecture and sub-prefectures as part of apprenticeship contracts, civic services or internships. Offers will also be made by the police and gendarmerie services, civil security units, and in any other departmental service dependent on the Ministry of the Interior. For more information, see the following page. Application to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The "Un jeune, une solution" plan, launched in 2020 by the State, aims to offer a solution to each young person: hiring aid, training, support, financial aid for young people in difficulty.
The "Un jeune, un mentor" programme aims to increase the number of young people who benefit from the support of a mentor (student, practising professional or retired), during their school career, in their choice of orientation or in the professional integration phase. The mentor makes his or her experience and networks available for a few hours per month.
For professional advice and experience sharing in your field, get sponsored through the online sponsorship service of the University of Strasbourg's Alumni network which works for professional mutual support between students and graduates.
All information: https://alumni.unistra.fr/parrainage/
Become a volunteer and find assignments in a few clicks near you or at home: https://www.jeveuxaider.gouv.fr/
The student association AFEV is looking for 40 civic service volunteers for the year 21/22. This is a good way for students to get involved, to have a first experience in the professional world, and to get an allowance.
Are you interested in civic service? Find out everything about what a civic service is, the different forms, the missions, the remuneration, etc on Etudiant.gouv website.
Citizen participation: lots of information to get informed and/or participate in citizen initiatives in the city of Strasbourg or the Eurometropole.
Conference on the future of Europe: multilingual digital platform to collect your opinion on the Europe of tomorrow.
ACTIVITIES / KEEPING IN TOUCH
Exceptionally this year, the Carte Culture rate will be extended during the summer in partner cinemas, in addition to shows, festivals and concerts.
CROUS DE STRASBOURG
The campus life service offers you a summer programme with activities, workshops and outings throughout June and July. Visit this link every Wednesday to register, week after week.
LE JARDIN DES SCIENCES
The Botanical Garden of the Faculty of Life Sciences is offering a new art and science tour outside the garden. "ARBRACADABRA devoted to the theme of the tree seen through the prism of magic and enchantment. Location: Allée Anton de Bary and Rue Goethe (outside gates of the Botanical Garden) Dates: until 31 December 2021. Times: 24 hours a day.
Find the full programme of summer events proposed by the city:
- open-air cinema every Friday from 6pm with pre-screening entertainment and the screening of the film at nightfall
- FARse Festival: the Strasbourg Street Arts Festival is held every Saturday in the city's parks before the closing weekend in the city centre.
- Latitude 48: from 3 July to 29 August, the Docks of the Presqu'ile Malraux are converted into a beach to host games and concerts from 2pm to 7pm every day.
- Le voyage merveilleux: a twelve-minute projection on the cathedral, which is shown on a loop every evening until 29 August between 10pm and 11.30pm on weekdays, and until 12.30am at weekends...
The communes of the Eurometropole also propose animations this summer which can be found here.
The Museums of the City of Strasbourg are free until until August 31st.
The 3rd edition of the Grenze starts on 19 May with concerts and DJ sets, a disco aperitif, massages, yoga, a bookshop and readings; rue Georges Wodli, on a former SNCF industrial site. All the programme here.
Phare Citadelle welcomes you to an ephemeral ecosystem combining good food, culture, outdoor activities and various events throughout the summer. Open Wednesday to Friday from 5pm to midnight; Saturday and Sunday from 12.30pm to midnight.
Until September 4th, the event "sun, food trucks and friends" welcomes you with food trucks from Alsatian restaurateurs. From Monday to Saturday from 9am to 8pm on the Place des Halles square.
The Apollonia association welcomes you to the B'Art Garden. Open from Thursday to Saturday from 4pm to 9pm and on Sunday from 4pm to 8pm to members of the association. Annual membership on site, fee 1 euro.
The European Parliament in Strasbourg is once again opening its doors to visitors. It is now possible to visit the Louise Weiss building and the Simone Veil Parliamentarium! For more information.
From 1 July, the Council of Europe is open to the public again. Guided tours, limited to a maximum of 10 people, will be conducted in accordance with the current health protocol and on prior reservation. Please contact the Visits Department - by phone only 03.88.41.20.29 - for more information.
Itinerant open-air film festival organised by the association Le Troisième Souffle, with the support of the Eurometropole of Strasbourg.Every Saturday from 3 July to 28 August, discover an original and varied programme of 9 films on the theme of travelling in the cinema.
The Jazz Festival takes place from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th July. This free festival takes place outdoors on Place Saint-Thomas in Strasbourg and will present a 100% regional programme.
Free temporary exhibition of illustrations by Ariane Pinel: Dans la place.It will take place from 5 June to 19 September at 5e Lieu (5 place du Château). All information on the facebook event here.
1st National cultural and educational season dedicated to the worlds of Antarctica and the Arctic. From 10 June to 10 October 2021. Two pictures can be found in the courtyard of the historical museum for the exhibition "the ice pack, upside down".
The Théâtre Nationale de Strasbourg offers you La traversée de l'été, 250 events entirely free of charge, from 10 July to 28 August, covering the fields of reading, writing and theatrical practice. All the programme here.
On 16, 17 and 18 July 2021, the main hall of the Maillon will be transformed into an ephemeral and modular installation. There will be rest areas, a shared library, nooks and crannies for reading and chatting quietly, and large tables for discussion with others, or for lunch. During these three public days, the Ark will be accessible at all times and will offer practical workshops, performances and meetings for all.
CURFEW - RESTRICTIONS
Government’s gradual easing of Covid restrictions from 3 May (conditional on the health situation in each department). Information here: https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus
Since 17 june 2021 : the end of the wearing of masks outdoors, except in exceptional cases (gatherings, queues, markets, stadiums, etc.). On the other hand, the wearing of masks in closed environments remains compulsory (companies, shops, transport...);
Since 20 June 2021: end of the curfew.
NEW: Extension of the health pass to several places open to the public:
21 July: all leisure and cultural venues with more than 50 people;
beginning of August: cafés, restaurants, shopping centres, hospitals, retirement homes, medical and social establishments, travel by plane, train and bus for long-distance journeys.
Consult the map of screening locations near you, procedures, priority people, what to do at the first signs on the Agence Régoniale de la Santé's website. NEW :PCR tests will be made chargeable in the autumn unless prescribed by a doctor.
The City of Strasbourg's vaccination centre is open all summer, by appointment, 7 days a week, including public holidays.
More info on www.gouvernement.fr/en/coronavirus-covid-19
(Non-exhaustive information updated on 07/15/2021)
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