A school within the city
The EM Strasbourg Business School is just a short 10-minute tram or bike-ride from the city centre. Access is very easy: the Observatory tram stop is a 2-minute walk away, while there is an extensive cycle-track network and an efficient bus service. Just a couple of things that make living in Strasbourg so pleasant.
A dynamic campus
The EM Strasbourg Business School is located in a prime position on the university campus of the Esplanade district. Built in the 60s, the Esplanade has grown around its university faculties and over a third of its inhabitants are students. The district offers comprehensive facilities, including shops and services, bookshops, estate-agencies, copy and binding shops, fast-food restaurants and the Citadelle and Orangerie parks.
There are some 48,000 students attending Strasbourg University.
The BDS runs teams in most sports, including football, basketball, handball, volleyball and rugby and has regular fixtures against other Universities and Grandes Ecoles. Individual sports are also well catered for, and students can do badminton, running, in-line skating, tennis, aerobics and a whole host of other sports.
SIUAPS is responsible for organising and promoting physical and sporting activities for university students and staff. The service offers a wide range of activities, including beginner and advanced classes and training courses in team sports, combat sports, target sports, fitness, swimming and water sports, dancing and corporal expression, outdoor sports, etc. Facilities are provided in all these sports for disabled people. Students can also use a new 2,800 mē sports hall, completed in 2005 and located in the centre of the campus.
Outside the university
> Office des Sports (City sports office)
> Sport in Strasbourg
> CREPS (Regional centre for physical and sports education)
< Graduates Associations Living in Strasbourg >
PGE communication managerMichèle Schmitt
+33 (0)3 68 85 83 63