for international regular students
Your first contact is the admissions office: email@example.com
FOR DEUTSCHINSA STUDENTS
Your first contact is Mr. Mathias Zessin
for exchange AND DOUBLE DEGREE students
Your first contact is the international relations office: Ms. Anne Ankenmann
Exchange students accepted to come to INSA Strasbourg must complete a Learning Agreement (contrat d’étude).
To draw up your Learning Agreement, you will find in the course catalogue all the courses offered by INSA Strasbourg. However, you should note that this list of courses is liable to undergo changes.
All courses offered are taught in French. The minimum language level required is B1-B2.
There are incoming coordinators available for each specialty to answer any further questions you have on the content of the courses and to guide you in your choice of modules.
Don’t hesitate to send an e-mail to the coordinator concerned:
- Architecture – contact : Anke Vrijs
- Civil engineering – contact : Abdelali Terfous
- Surveying engineering – contact : Gilbert Ferhat
- Mechanical engineering – contact : Nicolas Serres
- Mechatronics and plastics engineering– contact : Pierre Renaud
- Electrical engineering – contact : Damien Flieller
- HVAC and energy engineering – contact : Carmen Vasile-Muller
European credit transfer system
The studies at INSA Strasbourg are organized over a 5-year programme, divided into ECTS credits.
The ECTS is a system of attributing and transferring credits that allows Europe-wide recognition and greater legibility of teaching programs.
Organisation of the course
Please refer to the academic calendar for the course dates.
The academic year at INSA Strasbourg is divided into two semesters. Each specialty (engineering or architecture) starts and ends courses at different times of year.
As a foreign student, you are have possibility, like any regularly enrolled student, to complete an internship, which must be included in your Learning Agreement.
Young Ambassadors of Alsace PROGRAMME
The Young Ambassadors of Alsace programme set up by the local authorities contributes to the quality of the reception and assistance offered to international students. It helps to create lasting links between Alsace and the students who spend some time here.
All foreign students, except those from EU countries and Québec, must sign up to the French social security (health insurance) system.