News At this time, no latest news are available. Welcome! Listen To participate at the University Sports program is fairly easy. You can start anytime. The program runs throughout the whole year. There are only 3 steps before you can start your favourite sport: Step 1: Make a decision: Do you want to buy a ticket with or without the fitness club CampusFitness® Step 2: Buy your ticket at the vending machine in the entrance hall
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No Contracts! Listen For a membership you don’t have to sign a contract. You decide how long you want to train at the University Sports Center. We offer day, month, 6-month and 12-month passes (cf. prices ). Visit us, decide and start. Quick, flexible, easy. That’s the way we live.
Prices CampusFitness® Listen The prices listed below are valid for the fitness club CampusFitness®, the Wellness Lounge and the entire class program offered by the University Sports Center. The duration of the ticket commences with the date of purchase. A free trial session is not possible. Only students and employees of the University of Flensburg and the University of Applied Sciences of Flensburg can use the rate for University members. Anybody, who does not belong to that group, please choose the extern rate. Validity
Eijkman and Beri-Beri Listen It was a lazy summer afternoon in 1886 in Berlin, Germany at the popular Café Bauer. In one corner, a figure sporting a bushy moustache was hunched over his afternoon coffee, reading a newspaper. It was the 28-year-old Dutch doctor, Christiaan Eijkman. Eijkman motioned to the waiter, who came hurrying over, "I will have another coffee, please." "Of course, sir," replied the waiter, eyeing the Dutch newspaper in front of Eijkman. "What brings you to Berlin?" he asked, unable to suppress his curiosity. "I have come to study