Your Strasbourg experience


Even though Télécom Physique Strasbourg does not have any associated residence, you can search the full range of accommodation options (university or private residences, housing assistance, etc.) on the University of Strasbourg website.

Fulfilling your potential in the heart of Europe

With more than 60,000 students of 100 different nationalities, Strasbourg is one of the leading student cities in France (ranked the best city in France for student life).

A rich heritage

The entire city centre was classified a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988 and was extended in 2017 to Neustadt, a district of German influence.


The city has been able to provide its residents with state-of-the-art and environmentally friendly means of transport:

  • East European TGV line (1h45 from Paris, 1h from Basel, 3h from Munich)
  • 650 km of bicycle paths
  • Tramway (70 km - the largest tramway network in France by size)

A European crossroads

On the border of Germany and Switzerland, Strasbourg has many European institutions:European Parliament

  • European Parliament

  • Council of Europe

  • European Court of Human Rights

  • European Science Foundation

Sports and cultural infrastructures

The city has numerous places and infrastructures dedicated to cultural and sporting activities:

  • theatres (including the largest Zenith in France)
  • museums
  • a large multiplex movie theatre
  • art-house cinemas
  • 3300 m² skating rink
  • university sports centre

Many services are provided to make your practical life easier and to give you access to the University of Strasbourg's infrastructures.