Practical information

Course venue: National Veterinary School of Toulouse, 23 chemin des Capelles, 31076 Toulouse, France

– Regular fees : 1600 euros
– Students (Master or PhD student) fees : 480 euros
– EVPC and ACVM residents (if not student) fees : 950 euros
Fees include teaching and laboratory materials, coffee and lunch breaks and social events.
Transport to and from Toulouse, accommodation and breakfast, and some evening meals are not included in the fees.

– For EVPC residents : 2 scholarships of 500 euros each will be provided by EVPC. To apply : add to your motivation letter the reasons why you are applying for this scholarship.
– For PhD students coming from Low and Middle Income Countries : Young Scientist Award

Number of participants: maximum 18

How to apply: please send a CV and a motivation letter in English and the names of 2 referees to

Deadline for application: 30th of April 2024

Language: The official language of the course will be English

How to get to Toulouse

By plane: Toulouse-Blagnac international airport features direct flights to 74 destinations mostly in Europe and Northern Africa with a few additional seasonal long-haul connections. Many domestic flights from main French cities also run daily.

From the airport to Toulouse downtown:

  • Tram: the tram line T2 connects Toulouse centre with the airport and back, running every 15 minutes. The tram connects with metro Line A at the stop ‘Arènes’ and metro Line B at the stop ‘Palais de Justice’.
  • Bus and coach: Shuttle buses to Toulouse city centre, run from the airport, outside Hall B, every 20 minutes. Faster than the journey bytram, it takes approximately 20 minutes to reach the city centre by bus, stopping at ‘Compans Caffarelli’ or ‘Jeanne d’Arc’ (both on Metro Line B), or ‘Jean Jaurès’ (Metro Lines A and B) or ‘Toulouse-Matabiau’ railway station.
  • By train: Toulouse can be reached by train from other French cities (Toulouse-Matabiau railway station).
  • By car: Toulouse can be reached by car using existing major highways (National road tax). Within the city, however, the parking is extremely limited and very expensive. The vet school has however a large car park where you can leave your car.


The vet school is located in a residential neighborhood with limited public transportation, especially in the evening.

Residome Occitania

We recommend the Residhome Occitania, particularly for its location in-between the city center [public transportation (tram (Lines T1 and T2) and metro (Line A)) are at 5 minutes- walking distance] and the vet school (direct access with bus n°46). It is also directly reachable from the airport using the tramway. The hotel is equipped with a swimming pool, which could be a great way to relax after a whole day of science! The weather in Toulouse is indeed usually very warm at the end of August.

Location : 93, avenue de Lombez – 31300 Toulouse
Tel. : +33 (0)5 61 44 08 34
E-mail :

Studio: approximately 61 euros/night (room with double-bed or two single beds and equipped kitchen)

One-bed room apartment: approximately 73 euros/night (in addition to the studio equipment, a leaving room with convertible sofa)

Other options
, closer to the vet school but further away from the city center:

And also:

To help your search, the neighborhood of the vet school is called “Lardenne”.

National Veterinary School of Toulouse, France
Continuing education in Medical and Veterinary Entomology