Heads of University Management & Administration Network in Europe

Practical Information

Contact Information:

Caroline Jaclot – University of Strasbourg
Email: here

Caroline Burgun – University of Strasbourg
Email: here

Tim Evans – HUMANE Secretariat
Email: here

Venue Details

The HUMANE Spring Seminar will take place at two locations at the University of Strasbourg:

Thursday 17 March
Amphitheater 8
EM Strasbourg Business School
61 avenue de la Forêt Noire,
67000 Strasbourg

Google maps link is available: here

Friday 18 March
“Nouveau Patio” Building
Central Campus
Présidence de l’Université,
20A rue René Descartes,
67000 Strasbourg

Google maps link is available: here


The updated programme is available: here

Seminar Fee

The Seminar fee for members (including staff from their institutions) and HUMANE Residential School alumni is €580. For non-members the fee is €680. The Seminar fee includes the Seminar dinner, two lunches and coffee breaks.

Covid 19 Important Information

Covid 19 requirements change quickly at the moment so please check the situation frequently for both your departure country and France.

Covid regulations have changed 14 March

Certificate – Vaccination / proof of recovery / certified negative test

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (or for participants from the UK, the NHS Covid Pass) is accepted in France where it can be used as the Pass Sanitaire for proof of vaccination for entry to France. Please note that the UK is currently on the Orange List – please check the rules for orange listed countries.

IMPORTANT: do not forget to download, complete and sign the ‘Statement of honour’, as required here, and have it with your travel documents.

French Government Information

For further information regarding the requirements for entry into France, tests and proof of vaccination or recovery, please check the webpage of the French Government here.

You will need to check the equivalent ministry’s website in your country to understand the rules for re-entry to your home country.

City of Strasbourg Covid 19 measures to contain the virus

Information about requirements in the City can be seen: here

University of Strasbourg requirements

Please have your EU Digital COVID Certificate (or for participants from the UK, the NHS Covid Pass) with you at the University.

Face mask requirement

Masks are obligatory in the public transport system which includes transport to and from the airport. Masks are also obligatory in hospitals, medical centres, etc.

IMPORTANT: Only surgical and FFP2 type face masks are permitted. Cloth, fabric and other face coverings are not permitted.

Travel provider information

Your airline or other travel provider will provide you with comprehensive information on travel to and from France. Please consult their webpages carefully when you book your travel and read all the required information for your specific situation


You are responsible for your own hotel reservation.

The local organiser has suggested the following hotels in the neighbourhood of the University of Strasbourg. However there are many hotels in Strasbourg and we suggest that participants consult websites like booking.com to see what is available. HUMANE cannot guarantee that the rates shown below are the best rates. Please do not hesitate to check on the internet.

Hôtel Boma****
7, rue du 22 Novembre
Room rates from 120€

Hôtel du Dragon****
2, rue de l’Ecarlate
Room rates from 95€

Maison Rouge****
4, rue des Francs Bourgeois
Room rates from 169€

Hôtel de l’Ill***
8, rue des Bateliers
Room rates from 87€

Hôtel des Arts **
10, place du Marché aux Cochons de lait
Room rates from 80€

Meals and Social Programme Information

  • Lunches will be taken at the times indicated in the main programme at the University
  • The Seminar Dinner will take place on Thursday evening. Details vill be sent via email to registered participants.

Local Information

A presentation about Strasbourg can be seen: here

A number of restaurants are available in the city centre. Why not enjoy the local atmosphere in a Winstub where local specialities such as a choucroute, baeckeoffe and waedele are served with local wine. A number of restaurants are listed: here

More information about services and monuments in Strasbourg can be found: here


How to get to the Central Campus – Esplanade and EM Strasbourg Business School

From the airport

Take the shuttle train to the terminus at Strasbourg Railway Station (see here)
From there take, the tram line C, in the direction of “Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss” and get off at the stop “Observatoire”.

From the train station

Take the tram line C, direction “Neuhof / Rodolphe Reuss” and get off at the stop “Observatoire”.

From a bus or tram station

The Central Campus and the EM Strasbourg Business School are both situated near the tram station “Observatoire” on lines C and E. Please check the map of the city network: here

Thursday 17 March venue at the EM Strasbourg Business School, can also be reached by foot from the tram station “Observatoire” – see the route: here

By car

  • Coming from the North, on highway A4:
    • Follow the directions to “Kehl”.
    • After the tunnel, stay on the left and follow the signs to “Esplanade”.
    • Turn left and cross the Pont du Danube.
    • Go straight on Rue d’Ankara then onto Rue de Leicester.
    • Turn left to rue de Londres.
    • At the traffic lights, go straight across avenue du General de Gaulle and the tram rails.
    • Enter the Place d’Athènes, which is in front of the Campus Central.
  • Coming from the South, on highway A35 :
    • Take the Exit “Place de l’Etoile-Neudorf”, stay on the left lane.
    • Follow the direction to Kehl.
    • Continue as described above (directions for coming from the North on highway A4).

The map of the central campus is available: here.


Local taxis can be ordered by phone + A taxi from the Central Campus to the airport costs from 40€ to 50€ and takes from 25 to 40 minutes depending on traffic conditions.


HUMANE and the University of Strasbourg fully intend to deliver the HUMANE Spring Seminar in Strasbourg. If however, public health restrictions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic require it to be postponed, participants will be notified with as much notice as possible.

Neither HUMANE nor the University of Strasbourg are liable for any losses, accidents or damage to persons or objects during the HUMANE Spring Seminar in Strasbourg. Participants attending the HUMANE Spring Seminar do so at their own risk and responsibility.