Students, Welcome in Strasbourg
Schools, faculties, campus in StrasbourgA little lost among the many higher education courses offered in Strasbourg? No worries, a little summary here
Good accommodation plansYou want to live alone or in a shared flat, you are looking for accommodation? Find the different addresses and useful info here
Easy transport in the city and the region & advantages of a border cityTo travel all around the Eurometropolis (Strasbourg and the 32 surrounding municipalities), you can rely on the network of bus and tram lines, which also allows you to cross the border with Germany up to the center of the town of Kehl!
Strasbourg also has many cycle paths, and very attractive student bicycle rental rates. More informations
You are looking for a job or an internship?
Need a seasonal job or a job during your studies?
You have an entrepreneurial spirit and you want to continue your studies at the same time? No problem! There is a entrepreneurship network which can help you
Assistance and helpIf you have financial difficulties or others don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Crous’ social workers, the contact person within your school or faculty, in health and prevention services or in your residence, services… There are also solidarity grocery stores… And for students with disabilities, a mission within the university. Info here
The student associations can also support you in your efforts, and offer many activities
Culture and heritageThe ”Carte Culture” is a program with multiple advantages: find out!
Do not hesitate to wander around the emblematic historical places: Cathedral, Neustadt district, Little France ... Strasbourg also has a good network of multimedia libraries, museums, an opera house, theaters and lots of cool events!
And let’s not forget the European Institutions: The European Parliament and the Council of Europe!
More about culture here
Going outDiscover all the beautiful and cool places of Strasbourg (squares, docks, parks, cafes, terraces, swimming pools, forests...) day or night to relax or to chill out with your friends.
ShoppingThere are several shopping centers in Strasbourg (Place des Halles, Aubette, Rivetoile), department stores, but also nice boutics, local creators and krafts persons, farms, markets and also associations promoting re-employment or solidarity. More info here
Stay tuned !
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Beginning of September: Check out the program and online agenda with all the free events for students
And if you are already in Strasbourg this summer or if you are going there, do not miss summer event program
(video-mapping on the cathedral, outdoor cinema sessions…).
See you in September and enjoy your summer!