University of Toulon
Founded in 1968 and independently managed since January 1st 2012, the University of Toulon (UTLN) places the University’s attractiveness at the core of its long-term strategic plan.
Well-established throughout the region, the University of Toulon works closely with the region’s social and economic institutions to tailor its academic programmes and research activities to their needs.
The University of Toulon is an interdisciplinary institution with 3 campuses. The University offers a hundred different degrees (excluding medical school) and operates 15 Research Units.
The University of Toulon offers a hundred different degrees in the following fields :
- Art, Literature and Languages (ALL)
- Law, Economics and Management (DEG)
- Humanities and Social Sciences (SHS)
- Sciences, Technology and Health (STS)
The University of Toulon is proud of the quality of its academic programmes and the support from the Department of Academics and Student Life (DEVE) and the Department of Continuing Education (FTLV).
Each Faculty has its own Academic and Development Committee to ensure the quality and attractiveness of its degree programmes.
Research is a fundamental element of French universities. The University of Toulon has nearly 300 professors/researchers and 15 dynamic and internationally recognized Research Units.
The University’s Research Units regularly organise and participate in seminars and symposiums and actively publish their research.
Having a wide range of research programmes is a valuable asset which facilitates an interdisciplinary approach. The three main areas of research at the University of Toulon are :
- Sea, Environment, and Sustainable Development
- Comparative Euro-Mediterranean Civilisations and Societies