International relations

TSM is resolutely committed to providing an international experience for its students, including international work placement.


TSM demonstrates this commitment by strongly encouraging its third year bachelor’s and first year master’s students and requiring Bachelor in Management Studies students to study abroad.

Thanks to TSM’s world-wide network of over 90 partner universities, our students have the option to spend a portion of their studies abroad.

The International Relations Department accompanies TSM students in building their study abroad project so that it becomes a veritable part of their professional career, and not simply a new linguistic experience.

Exchange Programmes


Erasmus is the student exchange programme of the European Union and associate countries. Students study abroad for a semester or an academic year at the third year bachelor's level or first year master's level. 

If your home university has an agreement with University of Toulouse Capitole (Université de Toulouse Sciences Sociales or UT Capitole) and in particular with TSM, contact the International Office or academic coordinator from your home university. You will receive an application form which you must send to our International Office; they will then send the form to the relevant UT Capitole coordinator. The home university selects the participating students.

You will choose courses ‘à la carte’ for a specific number of credits. Please note that you can only choose courses at the undergraduate level.

In general, one semester equals 30 credits in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), a whole academic year equals 60 ECTS credits. Credits measure the proportion of work that a course represents, and are not related directly to the number of class hours or private study. It is your responsbility to choose your courses and to ensure that your home university is prepared to grant you credits for the courses taken.

Crepuq (Quebec)

University of Toulouse Capitole has set up an international exchange programme with several Canadian universities, particularly in Quebec. Canadian students arrive in Toulouse for a year or a semester during the third or fourth year of study. The host university selects the students.

Bilateral Agreements

The University of Toulouse Capitole has signed bilateral agreements with partner institutions all over the world.