École nationale de la météorologie

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École nationale de la météorologie
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Other name
ENM
Type Public
Established 1948
Students 350
Location Toulouse, France
43°34′30.948″N 1°22′20.705″E / 43.57526333°N 1.37241806°E / 43.57526333; 1.37241806
Affiliations Toulouse Tech
University of Toulouse
National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse[1]
Website www.enm.meteo.fr

Located in Toulouse in France, École nationale de la météorologie (ENM, French Meteorology University) is a renowned Graduate Engineering school in meteorology, with roots back to 1948 as the École de la météorologie.[2] It is one of the grandes écoles.[3] The university has its own campus and an annexe at the École nationale de l'aviation civile campus for the aviation related subjects.[4]

Its different curricula lead to the following French & European degrees :

Academic activities and industrial applied research are performed mainly in French language. Students from a dozen of nationalities participate to the different curricula at École nationale de la météorologie.

Most of the 350 graduate engineer students at ENM live in dedicated residential buildings nearby research labs and metro public transports.

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