University of Strasbourg

Located in the heart of Europe, the University of Strasbourg has a clear bicultural identity. 

The University of Strasbourg is one of the largest universities in France, with more than 56 000 students (international students make up 20%). 

The University of Strasbourg offers 60 international degrees in partnership with universities around the world. It is committed to promoting student mobility and has many cooperation agreements with institutions in Europe and beyond. It has developed strong French German cooperation and is now a privileged partner among the Upper Rhine universities.  

A genuine proponent of multilingualism and cross-cultural dialogue, the University offers access to 25 modern languages, multinational diplomas, jointly supervised doctorates, upholding renowned international postgraduate schools and student exchange agreements. 

The University is involved in 17 Erasmus+ projects including 2 Erasmus Mundus master degrees, 5 Erasmus + strategic partnerships, a knowledge alliance, and a Jean Monnet center of excellence.  

Research is a major asset for the University’s international development. Thanks to the worldwide reputation of its research teams, the University of Strasbourg has emerged among Europe’s foremost research universities and is a founding member of the League of the European Research Universities (LERU).  

Numerous prestigious prizes have been awarded to our world-class researchers, testifying to the quality of the research at the University of Strasbourg, including: 4 Nobel Prizes, 1 Kavli Prize and 21 researchers honored by the European Research Council since 2008. 

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Adam-Mickiewicz University, Poznań

The Adam-Mickiewicz University, Poznań is the major academic institution in Poznań and one of the top Polish universities. Its reputation is founded on tradition, the outstanding achievements of the faculty and the attractive curriculum offered to students. 

 The University was founded in 1919 and currently its student population is nearly 

37 000 students (over 1000 are international students), 1300 PhD students. Students may choose between 285 degree courses and 180 possible professional specializations.  

In recent years the educational offer has become increasingly diverse. New educational projects include: integrated studies in humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and programs carried out in cooperation with other institutions both in Poland and abroad. Research is carried out at 20 faculties, departments, institutes, and interdisciplinary university centers. Apart from teaching and learning, research is the most important sphere of activity and teaching potential of the university. The University is a center of academic excellence, where research and teaching are mutually sustaining, and where the context within which research is conducted and knowledge is sought and applied is international as much as regional and national. The University continuously extends and updates research programs and contents of study curricula, with special emphasis on their interdisciplinary and international nature.  

Our Priority Research Areas are as follows: Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Materials Science, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Computer Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences. 

The mission of the University is to be engaged advance knowledge through high quality research and teaching in partnership with business, the professions, public services and other research and learning providers. 

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Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

KIT is “The Research University in the Helmholtz Association.” As one of the biggest science institutions in Europe with about 9.300 employees and 24.300 students, the only German University of Excellence with national large-scale research facilities combines a long university tradition with program-oriented top-level research.  

The university world, whose roots date back to 1825, stands for the broad range of disciplines and knowledge, whereas the Helmholtz world traditionally focuses on the big and urgent challenges facing society, science, and industry. In establishing innovative research structures, KIT is pursuing joint strategies and visions. KIT is indeed one of eleven Universities of Excellence in Germany and is devoted to top research and excellent academic education as well as to being a prominent location of academic life, life-long learning, comprehensive advanced training, exchange of know-how, and sustainable innovation culture. On an international level, KIT is involved in 236 H2020 grants, of which it coordinates 38.  

At KIT, more than 5000 scientists cooperate in a broad range of disciplines in natural and engineering sciences, economics, the humanities, and social sciences. Irrespective of whether they predominantly work in the research sector or university sector, they all participate in academic education to provide our students with insights that can only be offered by KIT as the Research University in the Helmholtz Association.

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