This program is destinated for English lovers. If you are not passionate about civilization or grammar, you will get bored very fast. If you like study books or even understand how a sentence is built, welcome. Our professors can be very intuitive but sometimes it depends on their personality of course. I am very grateful to study English at this university.View more
I would recommend LEA only if you have an interest in economics and you’d love to study economics in 3 different languages at the same time. The first year they will do a selection of who is capable to continue and who’s not.View more
I am having an excellent time studying this program.
The program is exposing me to several live projects in the digital world.
Having this grade would be a great advantage to my career, and I am enthusiastic about this.
This university is completly crazy, in a good sense. People are very open minded and a lot of activities and artistic options are there. Then, I could discover a lot of professional free show, but also to meet artist, to talk with them.View more
Learning French in Toulouse was an awesome experience. Its a student city hence different cultures but this university was just awesome from the first day to the last. Wonderful environment, good teaching facilities and the teachers are just off the top! The lecturers had time for EVERY student in the class and coming from an English speaking African country, I might not have had the best experience in learning French but going to Toulouse was probably the best educational decision ever.
I am definitely going back there and highly recommend this university to anyone who wants to have a good French university experience.
The University of Jean Jaurès is a large university – approximately 23,000 students – located in the city of Toulouse which takes place near the coast, the mountains and near Spain as well. It is an arts, social studies and humanities public university – the most popular courses are Psychology and Applied Languages. I would recommend this university (especially if you study languages since the level is very high); professors are quite pleasant, and the administrative staff is usually helpful. However, the neighbourhood where it is located is far from the city centre (but you can get to the city centre easily as the subway station is right next to university) and quite dangerous especially at night so I would not recommend to live there. Toulouse is an amazing city to be a student as it has more than 100,000 students and everything is made for us – it is not as expensive as other French cities, for instance.
Some buildings are being renovated in University so it is becoming a nicer, more modern and better place to study. Lots of events are going on in Jean Jaurès every week of the year – cinema, sports, markets, etc. Nevertheless, it is not the best organised university in terms of timetables, exams, room assignation, etc, but it is still a great place to study. It is also full of international students.