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Double degree courses

Under a specific agreement, endorsed by the boards of both institutions, the DD is a double course whose objectives are the national diplomas in both countries.

 

The DD experience is often related to keywords like opening minds, autonomy, creative ability, adaptability, which are essential in international engineers thinking processes and personalities.

This training offers, in terms of jobs, salaries and career, very interesting benefits. It is a privileged and strategic path: it prepares for successful integration into the international economic organizations of both countries.

 

The course, about 6 months longer than the standard engineer curriculum, aims to ensure that students from the INSA acquire a recognized international dimension, allowing them to simultaneously get diplomas of INSA and the foreign partner university. 

The DD also aims to give students a good knowledge of language and culture of the partner country.


DD students must be aware that the mobility scheme varies according to the partner institution and that they must attend the same classes as INSA students during their mobility at INSA Toulouse.

 

INSA Toulouse has double degree agreements with the following institutions:

 

Partner InstitutionsLocation

ITBA

Argentina, Buenos Aires

UNICAMP

Brazil, Campinas - SP

UFSC

Brazil, Florianópolis - SC

PUC Rio

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro - RJ

UNESP

Brazil, São José do Rio Preto - SP

UQAC

Canada, Chicoutimi

ETS Montréal

Canada, Montréal

Université de Sherbrooke

Canada, Sherbrooke

Universidad Nacional Colombia

Colombia, Bogota

Tokushima University (solo PhD)

Japan, Tokushima

Seoul National University

Korea, Seoul

Lebanese University - Faculty of Engineering

Lebanon, Beirut
EMSI RabatMorocco, Rabat

ETSEIB-Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Spain, Barcelona

Universitat Jaume I

Spain, Castellon de la Plana

ETSICCP-Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Spain, Madrid

Mondragón Unibertsitatea

Spain, Mondragon-Arrasate

 

Foreign students willing to undertake a DD course must contact their home institution.