National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse

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Toulouse Institute of Technology
National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (logo).svg
Formation1969 (1969)
TypeInstitute of Technology
Olivier Simonin
Gilles Boucher
Foreign Relationships
Joëlle Courbières
Communication & Public relations
Florence Lauriac

Founded in 1969,[1] Toulouse Institute of Technology (also called National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse or INPT) is a French university cluster[2] based in Toulouse, France, part of University of Toulouse.[3] The Institute is composed of seven schools (six engineering schools and one school of veterinary medicine) and 17 research laboratories; the Institute delivers master's degrees and Ph.D. It is a member of Institut au service du spatial, de ses applications et technologies.[4]


The seven schools of the Institute are:

Engineering schools[edit]

School of veterinary medicine[edit]

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