TSE for international studies
TSE offers an innovative graduate program in economics entirely taught in English and a doctoral program modelled on the top American universities.
Students benefit from a teaching environment which is truly cosmopolitan and open:
- More than 45% of foreing students (90 different nationalities are represented)
- 47% of TSE graduates find their first job abroad
- 30 % of international Professors-Researchers
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Mutual enriching study experience
Each year the TSE school plays host to over 100 students from over 50 European and International Universities, as part of the Erasmus exchange programme and bilateral agreements.
Choice of courses at the Toulouse School of Economics – TSE
In order to prepare the choice of courses before arriving to Toulouse, it is recommended to have a look at the open course lists:
- The open course list 2020-2021 for students who are coming from a TSE partner university
They can follow courses from the first year in “Licence 1 Economie et gestion” to the Master 1 in Economics, international track (syllabi will be available in September). All Master 2 courses are closed to the exchange students.
- The open course list 2020-2021 for exchange students registered at TSM Faculty, the Law Faculty and AES Faculty
Students will only be allowed to follow courses from the first year in our "Licence 1 Economie et Gestion" and from the second year in our "Licence 2 Economie et Gestion" (syllabi will be available in September). These courses are completely taught in French.
A pre-selection on these choices begins before arriving at TSE, notably the requirements in mathematics.
A B2 level in English and/or a B2 level in French is required.
A compulsory information meeting will be held Tuesday 1st September at 10.00am at our new TSE building (Amphitheater A3, ground floor, 1 Esplanade de l'Université). In the second semester, there will be no information meeting.
To find out more: academic calendar for 2020-2021
Note: It is recommended not to book flights too early. Changes in the exam schedules may occur.
Other faculties or components of UT1 may have a different calendar.
The International and European Relations office (SCREI) of the University Toulouse 1 Capitole is in charge of all exchange students. Useful information regarding studies and stay in Toulouse are available on the University website UT1 under the heading “Incoming Students”.
Toulouse Capitole University
- International and European Relations office - Agnès TERSOU - welcome-UT1@ut-capitole.fr
Toulouse School of Economics – TSE
Academic Coordinators for the Incoming Mobility : Lucie Bottega or Mahmoud Hassan
Mobility and International relations officer: Geneviève DOUMENG
Partnerships: Seize the opportunity!
The school focusses on developing international partnerships with the best universities in the world. Thanks to these agreements, every year more than 50 students leave TSE to study abroad for a gap year.