Lyon, Montpellier, Toulouse, Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville
Studio M Toulouse opened in 2007 with a spacious campus providing a variety of specialist courses including interior design, product design, audiovisual communication, multimedia and graphic design diplomas.
As the capital of the Midi-Pyrénées region, Toulouse is today France's 2nd largest university town with over 97,000 students. Toulouse has three main universities but is also a technical hub for Europe bringing together several key industries including aeronautics, IT and several research institutes.
Toulouse has a vast array of cultural establishments, museums and locales that define its own artistic personality. These include the 'Congrès Pierre Baudis', the 'médiathèque José-Cabanis', the 'Cinémathèque le Zénith', the 'Musée d’art moderne', the 'Musée contemporain des Abattoirs', the 'Cité de l’Espace, the 'Théâtre national' and even the 'Musée des Augustins.'
Toulouse is particulary dynamic and offers a high quality of life for its residents and is a central attraction in the region as an artistic establishment.
Métro ligne B - terminus Ramonville then bus N° 79, direction Labège Couder, Ctre Cial Labège 2 stop
Métro ligne B, stop at Rangueil then bus N°80, direction Belberaud La Balme, stop at Planck
Metro ligne A, stop at Esquirol then bus N°10, direction Malepère, stop at Planck