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Le service des Relations Internationales du département aide les étudiants dans leurs projets de mobilité à l’étranger que ce soit au travers de stages ou d’études. Il travaille en lien avec le service des relations internationales de l’IUT qui accompagne notamment les étudiants pour les démarches administratives et pour l’obtention d’aides financières.

Nous aidons les étudiants à trouver des stages à l’étranger et leur proposons de bénéficier de programmes d’échanges avec des universités partenaires. Nous avons actuellement une dizaine d’accords ERASMUS (accords d’échange en Europe) : Madrid (2 universités au choix), Saragosse, Galway et Castlebar (Irlande), Wiesbaden (Allemagne), Cluj (Roumanie), Maribor (Slovénie), Istanbul et Izmir (Turquie). Les cursus proposés sont en anglais, en espagnol ou dans les deux langues ! En complément nous proposons aussi étudiants de bénéficier d’accords d’échange avec le Québec et le Mexique. A ces accords d’échange s’ajoutent des conventions facilitant l’admission de nos étudiants dans des programmes d’études diplômants en Ecosse, en Angleterre et en Irlande (en plus des accords ERASMUS). Les programmes d’échange s’effectuent en général après le DUT, au travers du DUETE (Diplôme universitaire d’études technologiques à l’étranger), diplôme permettant une fois obtenu de poursuivre directement en master dans de établissement réputés (dont TSM- ex IAE de Toulouse, TBS ou Kedge Business School).

Plus largement, nous avons un rôle de conseil pour que nos étudiants développent une ouverture internationale au cours de leurs années d’études (ouverture qui peut aussi se faire en-dehors de l’IUT : formations à l’étranger, années de césure…).

S'ouvrir à l'international - Université Toulouse III

• Contact Pôle Relations Internationales GEA Rangueil
Sylvain Le Moigne -
Ann Miller -


The Business Administration Department in the Institute of Technology at the University of Toulouse Paul Sabatier was founded in 1969. Its 900 students are divided into 2 sub-departments located on two campuses: Rangueil and Ponsan, which are 700 meters apart.
The department offers a two or three-year university diploma (120 or 180 ECTS).The teaching team includes researchers (Professors and Assistant professors), full time teachers and professionals (consultants, accountants, engineers...).
Every year we welcome students from all around the world. If you are interested in spending a semester or a year in our department, you will find more information below.
GEA International Relations Exchange program for foreign students
(GEA : French acronym for Business Administration)

Who is concerned?
Students who want to improve their French, practice and develop their knowledge in management (Bachelor level).

Why spend a semester / a year in GEA Toulouse?
Studying in the most dynamic French city

A university city since Medieval times, Toulouse is one the 50 best cities in the World for studies (QS ranking .The hometown of Airbus has the fastest growth among all French cities (more than one percent every year since the 1970's) and we know why. It boasts a sunny climate, a convivial ambiance and highly skilled workers. In the 4th largest city in France, you will find everything to enjoy all dimensions of student life. Famous universities, libraries covering all scientific scopes, affordable housing, a festive nightlife, a rich cultural life (art exhibitions, museums, and concerts) and many incredible places in the area for small trips (several places 100 Km around Toulouse are classified by UNESCO, including parts of Toulouse itself !).

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Advantages of a small structure in a large university

GEA is a relatively small structure (around 300 students and 40 teachers in each sub-department) within the largest University of Toulouse. Paul Sabatier University has around 30,000 students, 2,500 professors, lecturers, instructors and researchers. Thus, you will get advantages of a small structure where you'll never be considered as one anonymous student among so many... you will also have access to the best infrastructures: libraries (including those inside Toulouse School of Economics), language labs and a large variety of sport infrastructures scattered on the Paul Sabatier campus, one of the largest campuses in France (125 hectares encompassing 3 metro stations).
Teaching in small groups with teachers from varied backgrounds: experienced secondary school teachers, university researchers (including Assistant Professors and Professors), consultants, chartered accountants and company managers. You will also take advantage of innovative teaching methods (simulations, games, group projects), on line courses and mandatory internships. Courses are mainly in French but some are also in English.

Advantages of a long experience in International Relations

GEA has been hosting foreign students: for a long time. We have partnered with ERASMUS for more than 25 years. Our ERASMUS agreements include Ireland, England, Scotland, Spain, Slovenia, Germany, the Czech Republic, Romania, Mexico, to name a few. Furthermore, we have developed International agreements to host students from Argentina, Canada, China, Gabon, Mexico, Morocco and Vietnam. As our students are always interested in new international opportunities, we are constantly looking for new agreements.

Please contact
Mr Sylvain Le Moigne, co-coordinator for International Relations in GEA Rangueil
Ms. Ann Miller, co-coordinator for International Relations in GEA Rangueil