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Do you have a project?

The university encourages and supports initiative and commitment.
It will help you realise your projects. Support for association projects can take a number of forms:

  • project set-up support,
  • training support,
  • guidance and assistance,
  • logistic and financial support.

Contact the Department of Student Life

The department is there to listen and advise. It accepts submissions for financial support from the associations and helps prepare those submissions. The  Department of Student Life- Division de la Vie Etudiante can also advise you on how to realise your projects.

When planning your project, remember to factor in the time needed to obtain financial support.


Contact: Rachel LACOME
Tel: 05 61 55 82 61
Email: lacome@adm.ups-tlse.fr

The Student Initiatives Solidarity and Development Fund - Fonds de solidarité et de développement des initiatives étudiantes

The university's FSDIE can provide funding for initiatives in the following areas:  theatre, dance, music, writing, cinema, audiovisual, scientific culture, campus life, sporting events, humanitarian action and acts of solidarity.

The FSDIE, whose funds come from a portion of the enrolment fees, is managed by a commission that meets 5 times a year, submitting its proposals for approval to the CEVU and CA.

 

Criteria for funding

  • involvement of UPS students, benefits for the university student community or a wide public.
  • co-funding is desirable, but not obligatory, from one or more public and/or private partners (regional bodies, CROUS, business, etc.).
  • a clear match between the project and the association's purpose; the project's coherence and feasibility.

Criteria to meet

  • You belong to a Université Paul Sabatier student association

  • The project must in no way form part of your university studies (tutored project, course, academic research, thesis research, etc.).

  • The project's actions must help build social links and be of general benefit to the university community.




Submission requirements

Grant request dossiers can be printed (PDF, DOC, ODS format) or you can obtain them from the Department of Student Life (Division de la Vie Etudiante - DVE) from Rachel LACOME (Ground floor of the central administration building - Office 54), who will be your contact for the feasibility study as well as completing and managing your application.




Student Social Project Commission - Commission Sociale Projet Etudiant

You will personally present your project to the Student Social Project Commission (CSPE), which allocates funds to the projects selected.




When to make your application to the CSPE

Consult the CSPE calendar, for the dates of its 5 meetings in the academic year.


If your project involves several Toulouse universities



Grants from the Toulouse Higher Education and Research Cluster (Pôle de Recherche et d'Enseignement Supérieur - PRES) are available for projects carried out by students from several member establishments  of PRES.

Conditions are presented on their website.


Last updated October 13, 2011


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Contact

DVE - Bâtiment administratif

  • Rachel LACOME
RDC Porte 54
Tel : 05 61 55 82 61
  • Simon Cnudde
RDC Porte 55
Tel : 05 61 55 60 83
Mail : scnudde@adm.ups-tlse.fr


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