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Engineering Master Degree - Master of Science

Agricultural sciences engineering Master Degree

Update : 09/15/2020

Become a general engineer in the life sciences



What type of training ?
une formation diplômante, sous statut étudiant

For who ?
étudiant titulaire d'un diplôme français, étudiant international

Objective

The programme aims to train general engineers in the life sciences, enabling them to understand scientific, technical, socioeconomic, human and cultural factors to make decisions in a changing environment.

  • Courses and lectures examine general models illustrating a select number of examples and concepts and focus on the acquisition of methodologies and procedures.
  • Pragmatism, an experimental spirit and a scientific approach are developed through practical exercises, tutorials and field trips, representing about 40% of programme activities.
  • The weekly volume of instruction, about 25 hours, is organized to allow free time for individual study and extra-curricular activities, including sports.

Themes

  • precision farming, ICT
  • agronomy, agroecology
  • agrifood, food science, nutrition, process engineering
  • plant breeding
  • biodiversity knowledge and management
  • ecotechnologies, green chemistry
  • markets, sectors and agricultural and agrifood companies
  • plant protection
  • natural resources, environment, territories
  • vine and wine
  • Programme

    Language of instruction : In French

    The Agricultural Engineering curriculum promotes an international outlook thanks to a rich cultural mix and increasing opportunities to study with one of our academic partners. Over the three-year programme, students earn the equivalent of a Bachelor of Science (at the end of the first year), a Master of Science 1 (at the end of the second year) and a Master of Science 2 (at the end of the third year).

    Career counselling over the three years helps students tailor the curriculum around their individual interests.

    • B.Sc. covers all of the subjects essential to a future agricultural engineer, providing each student with essential knowledge required to pursue the programme and in a range of possible jobs. Composed of 2 semesters, it includes an internship in an agricultural company, an engineering student project and career guidance support.
    • M.Sc 1 is structured around two key choices. During the 1st semester (semester 7), students choose from among 3 pre-specializations; during the 2nd semester (semester 8), they either choose from among 7 specializations or depart on an exchange programme.
    • M.Sc 2 offers the possibility to choose from 6 packages of 15 Montpellier SupAgro options.
  • Admissions

    1. B.Sc: through national competitive examinations
    2. M.Sc 1: through competitive examinations for international candidates
    3. M.Sc 2: admission requirements are specific to each option

    Admissions

Registration

Fees

  • Each year: €1,765* or €4,290 (see conditions, in French) + €92 Contribution Vie Etudiante et de Campus (CVEC) administrative fee

* Applied in particular for the relevant States of the priority solidarity zone: Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Haiti, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Togo

  • DNO (2nd year): €243 + €92 Contribution Vie Etudiante et de Campus (CVEC) administrative fee

Pay CVEC online

Contacts

L'institut Agro | Montpellier SupAgro
2 place Pierre Viala
34060 Montpellier - France
Tél. : +33 (0)4 99 61 22 00 Tél. : +33 (0)4 99 61 22 00
Fax : +33 (0)4 99 61 29 00
contact@supagro.fr

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Bloc Marianne - République Française

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