Built on the Anglo-Saxon model, the four graduate schools of the University of Strasbourg (Ecoles Universitaires de Recherche | EUR) provide a master-doctorate innovation continuum. With an important international dimension and strengthened links with economic actors, they allow students to enter a research based field of excellence at the master’s level.
Attractive and visible internationally, it creates the synergies and fertile ground for a new generation of researchers who will meet the challenges and emerging needs of our society.
The graduate schools are organised around internationally recognised research teams in supramolecular chemistry (CSC-IGS), molecular and cellular integrative biology (IMCBio), nanoscience-quantum physics (QMat) and interdisciplinary approaches to pain (Euridol).
They are the result of close collaboration between the University of Strasbourg, its partners CNRS and INSERM, and Conectus, their technology transfer company.
The University of Strasbourg is also a partner of the graduate school in Demography and Population Sciences (REDPOP), as part of a national network.