IMPORTANT: All Erasmus students must have been selected by their home university to go an exchange period at the Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier (UT3).


Administrative procedure

To come and study at UT3 through Erasmus+:

  1. Consult the list of our Erasmus partners
  2. Consult the list of our study programs
  3. Consult the list of Erasmus coordinators by discipline

List of documents to complete and download in the online application

  1. After obtaining approval from your university, please download the Erasmus+ application form
  2. University housing: If you wish to benefit from university housing, please download the reservation form
  3. Intensive French courses: If you would like to take intensive French courses, please also download the registration form

Application deadlines:

  • 1st semester: 30 May
  • 2nd semester: 15 November.

French proficiency level and courses

French proficiency level:
The majority of the courses at Université Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier are taught in French. The Faculty of Medicine requires a sufficient level of proficiency to follow the lectures. Applications will be accepted subject to students' passing a French language assessment.

French courses:
Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus students may take 36 hours of French courses on the Université de Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier campus and earn 3 ECTS (recognised by the home university).

These courses consist of an intensive 12-hour course at the beginning of the semester and an extensive 24-hour course throughout the semester.

Special Erasmus+ application procedure for medical students

Important: applications for the 1st and 2nd semester of medicine must arrive before 15 May.

Applications must include:

  1. The completed Erasmus application form
  2. A covering letter written in French indicating how many and what kind of internships are desired
  3. Reservation form for a university room (if needed)
  4. Registration form for intensive French language courses (if needed)

All applicants must take the French language assessment for medicine; only students who demonstrate a B1 level of French proficiency will be accepted.

All students who have sent in their complete applications will receive a code to take the French language assessment.