Legal Notice

Legal Notice

General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and is designed to:

  • Harmonize data privacy laws across Europe,
  • Protect and empower all EU citizens data privacy
  • Reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy.

The GDPR in creating a safer and more secure Internet. Your privacy is always our priority, and we're happy to update our policies to fully comply with this new legislation.

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Publication Director: Olivier Simonin, Toulouse Tech Bureau Director.

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Graphic design: ENAC

 Legal Provisions

By using this website you acknowledge your acceptance of all general conditions detailed on this page. Such provisions are not listed exhaustively; therefore the Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées’ rights are not limited to them. The Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées endeavours to provide this website’s users with reliable up-to-date information; nonetheless, possible errors or omissions may occur. If they do, we should be grateful if users would inform us of the fact by contacting us at the following address: ( @


This website respects copyrights. All author’s rights with regard to protected works reproduced and communicated on this website are reserved. Unless authorized beforehand, any use of such works other than private individual reproduction and consultation is prohibited.

 Protection of Personal Data

All the personal data on the web site are subject to processing declared to the CNIL (National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties) and implemented by the National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) in its quality of responsibility of Treatment, on behalf of the members of the University Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees.

The purpose of these personal data processing is to provide teleservice users, with the aim of providing information with masters degrees and advanced masters programs offered by Toulouse Tech network, as well as the submission of applications.

Users are informed when entering their data on the online forms, of the obligatory or optional nature of their answers. If there is no response in the fields identified as compulsory, registration will be considered incomplete and will not be successful.

The recipients of the personal data are the authorized agents and staff of the schools and establishments of Toulouse Tech within the framework of the purpose described above.

In accordance with the amended law of 6 January 1978 relating to files, data processing and freedoms, data subjects may at any time access their information and have rectified inaccurate data. These rights of access and rectification can be exercised by sending a request to the following address: ( @

The persons concerned may also oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of their data by sending a reasoned request to  the same address. By virtue of legal obligations, no personal information is used for purposes not intended by or outside the user.

 Right of access, Rectification and Deletion

 The right of access, rectification, modification and deletion of personal data figuring on the "" website is recognized by the Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées.

Hypertext Links

 A number of "" hypertext links lead you off the website. As target websites are not under the “” website’s control, Toulouse Tech, acting for the Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, is not responsible for their content, the links they contain, or any changes or updates that may have been made to them. Links are included on the website for your convenience and their inclusion does not imply target sites’ prior approval by the Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées. Use of such websites is therefore entirely at the user’s own risk.


Google Analytics collects information, which it processes anonymously in order to draw up statistics on “” website activity without revealing any information of a personal nature. Google Analytics uses its own cookie to monitor users’ interactions. A different cookie is used for each website so as to prevent monitoring of a single user’s visits to more than one site. Internet users who do not wish to accept cookies can configure their browsers so that they receive a warning whenever a cookie is sent, refuse cookies from various websites, or deleted their browsers’ cookies. To find out more, consult the Google Privacy Center.