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- The University of Toulouse serving one and allThursday 05 November 2020The University of Toulouse is a structure that groups together 31 higher education and research institutions in the Academy of Toulouse: 4 universities, 1 national university institute, 18 engineering schools and specialised schools, 1 university hospital, 7 research organisations. Along with its members, its ambition is to raise the profile of the university site as a whole to the highest international academic and scientific levels, and to provide welcoming living conditions for French and foreign students and researchers. A leading multidisciplinary campus The wide portfolio of courses on offer can be divided into four main areas: Arts, Humanities and Languages, Law, Economics and Management, Human and social sciences, Science, Technology, Health and Engineering sciences. Wide-ranging academic excellence The University of Toulouse gathers many research and Higher Education Institutions throughout the Occitanie region. Over 100.000 students are enrolled in its 23 higher education member institutions, 7 research organizations and 1 University Hospital. > Discover our community members Fifteen doctoral schools of high repute The 15 Doctoral Schools are part of "L'École des Docteurs". Altogether, over 5000 PhD students can carry out their studies thanks to the top-ranking training programs in an extensive range of subject areas and to complementary job-oriented seminars/workshops aimed to develop the skills required for a successful professional integration. Learn more An attractive living environment Situated between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, in the heart of Southern France and close to the Pyrenees mountain range, the Occitanie region has long been a major crossroads in Europe. Attracting 15 000 newcomers every year, Toulouse, the capital of the region which has been fast growing both demographically and economically, boasts a particularly rich vibrant cultural and artistic heritage. Student life in the city Many services and facilities are designed to help the students get easier access to accommodation (regional guarantee system), benefit from cultural events, improve their language skills...
- Collective projects for studentsThursday 05 November 2020To guarantee a warm welcome and a high-quality academic experience, the University of Toulouse has developed a range of services and schemes for students. These collective projects cover all the key areas of student life, including courses, healthcare and culture. Welcoming and integrating students Université de Toulouse is committed to welcoming and supporting students in the best possible conditions, thanks to a range of innovative schemes and services: The Welcome Desk, a single port of call for students and researchers in Toulouse and its region, offering the chance to carry out all your formalities in one place. The Toul’Box offers service packs to help students arriving in Toulouse to settle in and find their feet. This initiative was rewarded with the “Bienvenue en France” label, an endorsement for French higher education institutions that make efforts to welcome international students. Student Week Since 2006, University of Toulouse has organised Student Week in Toulouse and its region during September and October. This inter-university festival aims to help students settle into the region by offering a hundred or so free events in a variety of fields: culture, sport, intercultural exchanges, associations, etc. Student life Healthcare: inter-university service for preventive medicine and the promotion of health (Simpps) The Simpps is the first point of contact for students with regard to healthcare and prevention matters. Present on campus, this medical and welfare service is exclusively reserved for students. Appointments are confidential and no fees are asked for up front. For more information and to make an appointment: The Simpps Culture and scientific culture University of Toulouse works alongside the cultural departments of its institutions to provide students with easy access to culture. To this end, it has built numerous partnerships with cultural institutions in Toulouse. More information It also works to disseminate scientific culture via, among other initiatives, Explorer events and the European Researchers' Night - a key event held every year in September. More information Student initiatives University of Toulouse and its institutions provide support to students to help them carry out their projects, both collective and individual. Materials and schemes to get a project off the ground, obtain funding and advertise the project are available to students. Courses Overview of courses offered In partnership with the Occitanie Regional Council, University of Toulouse has put together an overview of courses offered, to provide you with direct access to more than 900 diplomas offered by University of Toulouse and its institutions. Consult the overview of courses offered (in french). Research institutions Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute (ANITI): University of Toulouse offers thesis and post-doctoral opportunities in artificial intelligence through ANITI. This institution focuses on mobility and transportation, and robotics/cobotics for the industry of the future. Find out more about ANITI, Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute. University Schools of Research: In the framework of France’s “Investment in the future programme” (PIA) 3, two EUR projects championed by the University of Toulouse have been selected. These university schools bring together master’s and PhD courses backed by one or more high-level research laboratories. Engineering courses with Toulouse Tech it Easy : The Toulouse Tech it Easy website aims to boost the visibility of engineering courses among foreign students. This space offering information and guidance supports students looking to sign up for an engineering course. More information on Toulouse Tech it Easy Language classes: To learn a language or improve your language skills, the University of Toulouse offers classes and total-immersion courses in French as a foreign language (FLE), English and other modern languages (Chinese, Spanish, German, etc.). More information on language classes offered Network of university libraries The library network contains nearly 2 million documents available for consultation and innovative media offering students easy access to digital and paper resources. Linked to the University of Toulouse, the Inter-institutional documentary cooperation service (SICD) helps to build up, extend and coordinate the network of university libraries within the Toulouse education authority. Improving quality of life on campus Toulouse campus opération To offer a warmer welcome to students, teachers and researchers, and help improve quality of life on campus, The University of Toulouse is overseeing a vast project to modernise its campuses in Toulouse. A total of 18 projects are being managed, running up to 2023. All operations are being carried out in the framework of the eco-campus initiative. Eco-campus initiative Eco-campus is an initiative that seeks to continuously improve the environmental performance of Toulouse’s institutions and campuses. The University of Toulouse demonstrates its commitment to this initiative by carrying out awareness-raising actions, providing information and communicating about sustainable development and social responsibility within higher education, for example through the Sustainable Development competition, which encourages and supports sustainable development projects on the campuses.
- The National Student-entrepreneur Status (SNEE)Monday 27 April 2020The national student-entrepreneur status is open to students and young people who graduated less than three years ago. Find out more about the benefits of this status. The national student-entrepreneur status In practical terms, you are a: Student: access to the status with or without enrolment in the Student-entrepreneur degree (D2E) programme Young graduate: compulsory enrolment in the D2E programme to regain your student status and keep your student rights
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