13 – 14 Oct 2017
Université Paul Sabatier
Live the European adventure with thousands of students
Opening time : 1 pm
Come and enjoy the biggest Erasmus student festival, the festival of all European students. Don’t miss this international gathering where people meet to celebrate the different cultures. The number one student city in France, Toulouse, is hosting this European meeting, at the park “la Prairie des Filtres” – in the heart of the city.
Spend a day strolling along our European village while discovering all the cultural wealth of our continent.
Visit Europe from country by country through entertainment booths which highlight each ethnic particularity. We offer you to meet the cultures that coexist in our territory, to exchange and understand our differences.
All this in a festive and funny way with lots of prizes to be won. To get to know every culture, we also offer a culinary journey with specialties from various countries which will really pleasure your taste buds All this in the respect of urban ecology and sustainable development!
The main stage will host DJs and artists coming from all over Europe, with a musical touch from every country , which means the party will last all day long. A crazy show in this international festival is guaranteed.
Games & Activities
A big part of the Festival will be dedicated to for games and fun activities, next to the european village you will be able to participate to this activities such as the Human bay-foot
For a mini version of Euro 2016 which will be held in France in June 2016, there will also be body-painting and bubble-bump areas.
The ticket will give you access to:
Follow all the festival news on the official page:
Coming to Toulouse
Information: 08 92 35 35 35
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TOULOUSE_BLAGNAC
15 minutes to get to city centre
Information: 0825380000 (0.15 euros / min) |
From abroad only: +33 1 70 46 74 74
AIRPORT SHUTTLE FLYBUS
A bus every 20 minutes Information Shuttle: 05 61 41 70 70
To prepare your visit, you will find all accommodation types on the website of Toulouse Tourist Office :http://www.toulouse-tourisme.com/
Coming to Université Paul Sabotier
TISSÉO : MÉTRO-BUS-TRAM
Métro ligne B : Direction Ramonville stop at Université Paul Sabatier
Free Parking when buying a metro ticket at: Arènes, Argoulets, Balma Gramont, Basso-Cambo, Jolimont
Open 24/7. A station every 300 meters. First half hour is free. (Short or long term subscription).
Toulouse is the capital of the Midi-Pyrénées region, the largest region of France. Located in the heart of the Southwest, between the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, La ville rose combines heritage and friendliness. Modern and proud of its past, radiant, the radiant city seduces with its incredible lifestyle and its rich historical culture. From the river Garonne to the Canal du Midi, Saint-Sernin to the Cité de l’Espace, Toulouse is unquestionably superb. Nicknamed “La ville rose” (the Pink City) because of the colour of the traditional building material
used, the clay brick and the culture of the violet of Toulouse during the nineteenth century, which also bring the nickname “the city of violets”.
With the rugby ground and iconic sports, Toulouse is proud of its club, Stade Toulousain. It is also an outstanding student city with over 100,000 students. Furthermore, the “toulousain” accent is known as the “sexiest accent of France” Boudu!
Rugby ground and iconic sports, Toulouse is proud of its club, Stade Toulousain. It is also an outstanding student city with over 100 000 students. The toulousain accent is known as the “sexiest accent of France” Boudu!
The official website of the city of Toulouse
Presentation of the city, its monuments, its museums, its economic and cultural dynamism.
Prepare your stay on the official website of Tourism in Toulouse: Living discovery, shopping, gastronomy, activities, outings … Hundreds of ideas and tips for a successful holiday!
A young and dynamic city with a lively nightlife, Toulouse is the first student city in France with nearly 100,000 students!
Toulouse metropolis: 37 towns
Since 2011, the Metropolitan Toulouse metropolis includes 37 municipalities. Its benefits are numerous: improved public transport adapted and equitable economic support, improved the demographic growth of the territory, urban services by municipal and metropolitan coherence shares cultural activities … This restructuring enables harmonization of the territory, and optimization of public service, nearest towns and their inhabitants.
The new European program for Education, Training, Youth and Sport
Mobility for learning purposes
Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practice
Erasmus+ will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad.
Erasmus+ will support transnational partnerships among Education, Training, and Youth institutions and organisations to foster cooperation and bridge the worlds of Education and work in order to tackle the skills gaps we are facing in Europe.
It will also support national efforts to modernist Education, Training, and Youth systems. In the field of Sport, there will be support for grassroots projects and cross-border challenges such as combating match-fixing, doping, violence and racism.
Erasmus+ brings together seven existing EU programmes in the fields of Education, Training, and Youth; it will for the first time provide support for Sport. As an integrated programme, Erasmus+ offers more opportunities for cooperation across the Education , Training, Youth, and Sport sectors and is easier to access than its predecessors, with simplified funding rules.
Thank you to all our partners that contribute to the achievement and smooth functioning of the event.
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