Visitors are always impressed the first time they see the Flensburg campus. With its modern buildings, expansive natural landscape, and friendly people, the campus has a special kind of energy that invites engaged learning and teaching. And best of all: everything is one place - almost everything.
The Flensburg campus is home to Europa-Universität Flensburg and the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences. They share common buildings such as the dining hall (Mensa), central library, and the auditorium center with the Audimax.
Campus Fly Over
The fjord from above
Chill out or work out – it’s up to you!
Whether you want to spend a relaxing afternoon with friends, work off steam playing sports, or simply take a break, the main campus at Sandberg offers an ideal space to recharge. Speaking of which: if you have a child, Family Services has various support programs and resources designed to make your life as a parent easier. Whether you need childcare, nursing and changing rooms, or help finding a caregiver, the team is always happy to assist you.
Eat, drink, and get involved
For physical and emotional sustenance, head over to one of the lively dining halls or cafés on campus. If it's wellness and balance you're after, you'll find plenty of sporting activities and university groups dedicated to improving the world, as well as the serene campus chapel. Interested in climate and wildlife protection? Be sure to stop by one of the beehives on campus or the community garden -- or even visit the website of our climate protection manager.
And no, your eyes did not deceive you: We have a disc golf course right on campus. Click on the picture with the windmill!
One of EUF's most important faculties, Economics, is housed in the Madrid building. Located near the train station and the Flensburg brewery, the building lies just off the main campus in the area known to Flensburgers as "Munketoft."
About 40 kilometers away, fellow scientists from the Research Centre for Regional Contemporary History and Public History (frzph) are conducting research in the Prinzenpalais in Schleswig.