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European and international programmes in Strasbourg

European and international programmes in Strasbourg

The University of Strasbourg

The University of Strasbourg offers all its students the opportunity to go abroad with 735 partner universities in 75 countries. You can go on an exchange programme, do an internship, or take a double, triple or multiple degree course which, at the end of the course, will enable you to obtain the targeted degree at the University of Strasbourg but also that of the international partner university. The University currently offers 163 double, triple or multiple degrees in Bachelor's, Master's and engineering degrees in 29 countries, including 43 with German university partners and 3 Erasmus Mundus Master's degrees.

Institut national des sciences appliquées de Strasbourg (INSA)

With INSA Strasbourg, a student spends an average of 5 months abroad. The institution offers several double degrees with Germany, Brazil, Canada and other countries, as well as a list of international partners by training speciality (architecture, civil engineering, climate and energy engineering, electrical engineering, etc).

The University of the Rhine School of Arts (HEAR)

The HEAR was created in January 2011 from the merger of the Ecole supérieure des arts décoratifs de Strasbourg (ESADS) and the Ecole supérieure d'art de Mulhouse (Le Quai) and the higher music education of the Strasbourg conservatory. It encourages its students to undertake international mobility during their training in the form of an exchange, an internship or an artistic project abroad. Throughout their studies, students also have the opportunity to participate in numerous cross-border and international collective projects.

École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Strasbourg (ENSAS)

The École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Strasbourg is one of the twenty schools of architecture under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture. It has been associated with the University of Strasbourg since 2012. The international projects are of various types: workshops, trips, training courses, etc. But it can also be a mobility in the framework of one of their three international double masters or an internship!

National School of Water and Environmental Engineering in Strasbourg (ENGEES)

In their 2nd or 3rd year, ENGEES students can study abroad in a partner institution offering training in water and environmental management, as part of an exchange or a double degree. These courses lead to many international double degrees. 

During the course of one's studies at ENGEES, it is also possible to study for one or two semesters on exchange in an international partner university. To date, study partnerships are open in nearly 15 countries, supported by various scholarship programmes. 

École Supérieure de Biotechnologie de Strasbourg (ESBS)

The École Supérieure de Biotechnologie de Strasbourg is a public school, part of the University of Strasbourg. French, German and Swiss students follow the training of a biotechnology engineer during 3 years (after a Bac+2). The trinational programme is ensured by the complementarity of the three poles: Basel, Freiburg and Strasbourg.

International Space University (ISU)

If you want a career in the space sector, come to the International Space University, the only one of its kind in the world, located in Strasbourg's Innovation Park since 2002.

And many more...!  

Not to be missed!

If you were not able to attend the virtual exhibition of the Journées des universités et des formations post-bac, the site is open until the end of the period of expression of wishes on Parcoursup (beginning of April 2022) if you wish to get information on training, good tips on student life and find contacts.

To find out about existing programmes, come to the next open day of the University of Strasbourg and the Crous de Strasbourg on 5 March 2022. Other institutions may propose other dates for their open days. Do not hesitate to visit their website to find out more. 

And of course, the opening of ParcourSup: your maximum 10 wishes and 30 sub-wishes must be entered until 29 March 2021. You will then have until 7 April to finalise your file and confirm your wishes when it is complete. Admission offers will arrive from 2 June! 
There are 19,500 courses registered under ParcourSup, including 549 in Alsace: 366 are under student status and the others are apprenticeships (i.e. 24,385 places). 
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