University Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier
The name of the University Toulouse 3 is a tribute to Paul Sabatier, a scientist born in Carcassonne in 1854. Winner of the 1912 Chemistry Nobel Prize, Paul Sabatier was the dean of the faculty of sciences in Toulouse, and a member of the Académie des sciences. Under the aegis of this scholar, University Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier is proud to train over 35.000 students and to host 64 research labs.
University Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier’s roots go back to the 13th century; however, its birth occurs in 1969, when the faculty of Medicine, the faculty of Pharmacy, and the faculty of Sciences merge. The diversity of its laboratories and the quality of the training in sciences, health, sports, technologies and engineering are responsible for the University’s standing in the last 50 years, and rank it among the top universities in the world. It is among the 300 best establishments for scientific performances in the international ranking of National University of Taïwan (NTU ranking).