40 hectares of landscaped grounds in the heart of Toulouse
The campus features a number of modern infrastructures and facilities tailored to the latest developments in educational practices.
The School sits opposite the Cartoucherie eco-district and lies close to the covered food market that was built at the turn of the 20th century and which is due to be refurbished to house a range of cultural and commercial equipment.
A festive mood is prevalent in Toulouse, which can be attributed to the influence of neighbouring Spain. A Latin-style atmosphere clearly reigns in its streets.
The ultimate student city and the second largest university city in France with 115,000 students, Toulouse (known as the “pink city”) dynamically combines cutting-edge industry and research with the art of living in a city where rugby is the flagship sport.