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At Sixth Form I decided that Maths was the subject for me to study at university, but I didn’t want to lose my languages. I decided to choose courses with a year abroad so that I could continue my language learning. It also allowed me to go straight to university, and take a gap year during my studies, …
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Low cost airlines service the airport Toulouse Blagnac, such as Easyjet from London and Iberia from Madrid. Once in the city there is a good public …
There are 3 public universities numbered 1 to 3, each with a name. The University for Sciences is Toulouse 3 and is called Université Paul Sabatier (UPS). The other universities are L’Arsenal for Social sciences and business and Le Mirail for arts and humanities.
Toulouse is the capital of the Midi Pyrénées Region in the South of France. The fourth biggest city in France (after Paris, Lyon and Marseille) it is home to 120,000 students making it the second biggest student city, and thus it has a very vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. Known as 'Le Ville Rose' (The Pink …
For the westerns I'm from the far east. We have so many different culture, traditions and so on. In my deep mind, I am so interested in the western culture and I want to experience the so called culture shock. So I went to France for my master study which is a very traditional western and romantic country. …
South of France (nice weather), close to Spain, to the sea. I wanted to learn French (I love this language) and it was the only French town I could go to. Still psychology is the biggest department there so they have a big course offer (bigger than in my home university in Germany).
I picked this city because it was my only option, however I dont regret a second! The city is beautiful, the weather is nice, the atmosphere is really good. There are plenty of cosy cafés, restaurants and bars. Lots of students in town which means nightlife is really good!;)
I would advise any student at my university to:
Touluse is a wonderful city with many students, a vibrant nightlife and good climate. ENSICA is a "grand ecole", a specialized engineering school and is not very big. This make the integration of international students easy.
Ask before what the admission criteria are, as some french "grands ecoles" don't accept international applicants, different to other universities.
few if any equipment, I.e. no fMRI to study and research. few if any andvery expensive, unreliable antibodies and chemical markers, no fanancial supportes for researchm, few access to refrences and so on
Hojjat Allah Haghgoo from Iran
Professors are really tough with Erasmus students and they treat you as spanish even if you don't have same linguistic ability.
Anonymous student from Italy
The dormitory is excellent, and cheap (90-120 Euros/Month). You can also rent a flat or share one in the city center for about 120-200 Euros per month. Courses in Finance are serious, you can also start to learn Lithuanian and Russian. Library is rich and diversified, teachers are very close to the students …
Pierre De Bozzi from France