Please use the following address for all mail to EUF employees:
Alternative mailing address (letters only):
Campus buildings have longer opening hours than individual institutes, departments and seminars. To find out the exact office hours for a specific department or staff member on our campus, please check the corresponding website.
Most of the university’s student service offices are housed in the Helsinki building. These include, for example, the Student Guidance and Counseling Service (ZSB), Student Registrar’s Office, the Examination Office (SPA), the Center for Information and Media Technologies (ZIMT), and the Teaching and Learning Development Resource Center (EULE). The building also has a number of small- to medium-sized seminar, event and conference rooms, as well as the Campus Suite coffee shop – the perfect place for a quick break.
Located directly behind the Oslo building, the Gothenburg building houses student common rooms and EUF childcare facilities.
Every Monday at BikeLab (GOT007) between 13:00 and 16:00 you can tune up your own bike under guidance.
Enter via the outside entrance in the direction of the ZHB.
The Riga 1 - 9 building cluster is adjacent to the new Tallinn building. The cluster also houses the departments of mathematics, the Protestant and CatholicTheology Seminar, Media education, media studies, performing arts, Teaching Internships, the Center for Continuing Education (ZWW), the Center for Teachers and Teacher Development (ZfL), and the ZeBUSS, ICES and the Environmental Education Center.
Vilnius 1 and Vilnius 2 are located directly behind the Riga building cluster. The Department of Energy and Environmental Management (EUM) and project rooms
The Madrid building is located off-campus, near the train station and directly opposite the Flensburg Brewery. It mainly houses the professorships, departments and projects associated with the International Institute of Management and Economic Education (IIM) and the master’s degree program for Energy and Environmental Management (EEM, formerly SESAM).
The Audimax central auditorium is a joint facility of Flensburg University of Applied Sciences and Europa-Universität Flensburg. Here you’ll find the largest lecture halls on campus. Also of interest: the VentureWærft center for start-ups and the university’s career support center, CampusCareer, are also housed in the Audimax building.
The left-hand section of the Flens Arena building is called Luxembourg. Here, students and employees of Europa-Universität Flensburg and the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences can attend a wide variety of sports courses or work out at CampusFitness facilities— while SG Flensburg-Handewitt team players zing balls past their opponents just meters away.