The University of Strasbourg in Strasbourg, France, Strasbourg is the second most international university city in France (after Paris). Today, the University of Strasbourg counts 42000 students, offers initial and further education in a wide range of academic fields and is an international player in scientific research. In 1970 it was divided in three separate universities: Louis Pasteur University (focused on natural sciences, technology and medicine), Marc Bloch University (dealing with humanities subjects and the social sciences) and Robert Schuman University (operating with law, politics and international relations). As from January 2009, those three fused back together and today, University of Strasbourg is amongst Europe’s best in the League of European Research Universities.
In the field of Research. it is considered to be one of the best in the world, having focus in most of the areas. The university of Strasbourg is a founding member of the League of European Research Universities (LERU). The university has given many Nobel Laureates to the world namely Martin Karplus (2013), Jean-marie Lehn.
- Master Biotechnology – Synthetic Biology
- Master Life Sciences – Structural biology , bioinformatics and biotechnology : Biotechnology broadband
- Engineering degree in Biotechnology and Chemistry (Chem Biotech)
- Engineering degree from the Strasbourg School of Biotechnology
- College graduation Molecular Biotechnology
- Recreational Facilities
- Culture and Sports
- Students Association
Address: Université de Strasbourg, 4 rue Blaise Pascal, CS 90032, F-67081 Strasbourg cedex
Tel: (+33)3 68 85 00 00