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The Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées is a ComUE – an association of higher education and research institutions – based in the Mid-Pyrénées.
The Federal University developed from the University of Toulouse; first formed with the Treaty of Paris in 1229 by Count Raymond VII. Accused of sympathising with heretics, he was forced to finance local theological education.
The University of Toulouse split into specialised institutions – including three universities – in 1969, and became known as the Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées. In 2007, the centre of research and higher education University of Toulouse was established to manage these activities in the Mid- Pyrénées.
The constituent institutions of the Federal University of Toulouse Mid- Pyrénées awards a range of vocational qualifications, Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees, PhDs, and other awards in specialist disciplines, such as veterinary sciences. The association aids its institutions with research collaboration – between other universities and with businesses – and other shared projects, such as fostering partnerships between scientists and science teachers, and developing more sustainable campuses.
Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees was first ranked by THE in the 2017 World University Rankings. Prior to that year, only Toulouse 1 Capitol one of the institutions part of Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees, was ranked.
41 Allées Jules Guesde, 31013 Toulouse, France