A Grande Ecole on a human scale on an exceptional campus, open to the world.
253 housing units to accommodate our students, a university restaurant, a library with more than 37,000 documents (including 29,100 veterinary theses), a university veterinary hospital, research laboratories, an equestrian center and sports facilities: welcome to the campus of Ecole nationale vétérinaire de Toulouse!
This exceptional setting of 54 wooded hectares, bordered to the north by the green corridor of the Touch river, welcomes our students, only a few kilometers from downtown Toulouse.
But the life of the campus is also that of its particularly dynamic students’ union. ENVT participates in numerous extra-curricular activities as well as humanitarian and sports challenges: the 4L Trophy, the Spi Dauphine sailing race, the Garona Cup, the university rowing championship, the European university rugby tournament in Beauvais, the inter-health rugby tournament…
Life on campus
The school has 253 housing units (furnished studios of about 20m²) on campus managed by an external subcontractor.
It is a self-service proposing traditional French meals including starters, main course (fish or meat) and dessert. It also has a grill and pizza section. Full meals are charged 3.30 euros to students. Opening hours are 11:30 (AM) to 1:30 (PM). The restaurant is closed in the evenings and during academic holidays. Exclusive payment by IZLY card or Credit Card.
ENVT has signed a contract with the Toulouse Inter-university Service of Preventive Medicine and Health Promotion SIMPPS which serves students exclusively.
Its services are free and confidential in case of any problem: health, social, psychological, etc.
Social and associative life plays an important role at ENVT.
It is dynamic and varied, all thanks to its numerous cultural and sports clubs. The student parties managed by the staff of Le Cercle (the student bar) complete the picture.
ENVT students’ association also organizes numerous lectures throughout the year.
Founded in 1825, ENVT is the oldest of the “Grandes Ecoles” in Toulouse. Without interruption, it has served society by training first, one third, then one quarter of the French veterinarians and is proud to have hosted great names in the profession, clinicians, researchers, teachers, industrialists and decision-makers.