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the MFJA, a single location for multiple training courses
- 1 site
- 14 different training programs
- 140 staff
- 1400 students & 1000 vocational trainees
- 14000 m2 campus
The tri-fold structure consisting of Training / Research / Innovation and Technology Transfer and dedicated to aeronautics and aerospace lies at the heart of the Aerospace Valley cluster. Toulouse Aerocampus includes Maison de la
Formation Jacqueline Auriol, Espace Clément Ader and Institut de
Recherche Technologique Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
In the MFJA, all the training courses of the Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées teaching mechanical, manufacturing and aeronautics engineering will be hosted under the same roof for the first time.
The MFJA, an array of innovative training and a single place for recruitment
Degree courses and vocational skills training in mechanics and production engineering with a focus on aeronautics and aerospace, from technician to engineer, from a 2 year undergraduate degree to PhD, following traditional training, sandwich courses or life-long continuous education.
Equivalent degrees :
- Postgraduate Certificate
- 2-year undergraduate degree (DUT)
- Bachelor’s degree
- Master’s degree
(Master & Mastère spécialisé)
- Engineering degree
- PhD (Doctorat)
Tell us what you need…
« à la carte » training, collaborative dynamics based on industrial needs
… and we will tailor
our courses accordingly.
the MFJA offers an unprecedented synergy
between the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Toulouse III, the Institute of Technology Paul Sabatier, the AIP-PRIMECA group and the engineering schools INSA and ISAESUPAERO who are working together to train future technicians and engineers.
the MFJA, sharing high technology facilities
Amenities available :
- Technical facilities
- Conference area
- Training rooms
- Collaboration and project workshops
- Halle aéronautique
- Modeling and Simulation
- Science laboratory
- Metal and Composite processing
- Conference area / Showroom
- Structural testing
a name to remember
in the history of female aviation.
She was the first woman test pilot in France, competing with Jacqueline Cochran in the 50’s and 60’s, flying legendary aircraft such as the Mistral, the Caravelle,
the Mystère or the Concorde.
Mechanics is not just a man’s world.