A systemic approach to agriculture, food and the environment for scientists prepared to respond to the challenges of a radically changing world.
What type of training ?
|une formation diplômante, sous statut étudiant, une formation diplômante, par la voie de la formation professionnelle continue|
For who ?
|étudiant titulaire d'un diplôme français, étudiant international, Professional|
The International Master "Agronomy and Agrifood Science" trains high-level executives, able to innovate and support the transition of agricultural systems, through a challenging programme in life sciences, technical sciences, and human and social sciences.
Intended for international students planning to work worldwide in the fields of agricultural production, resource management, agricultural and rural development, the International Master aims to develop their ability to:
Number of ECTS credits : 120 ECTS (60 ETCS per year)
Language of instruction : In French
The course is organized over two academic years and consists of four semesters. The course is divided into 9 master's specializations (M2, second year), some of which are in partnership with AgroParisTech, Agrocampus Ouest and Bordeaux Sciences Agro.
The programme has been designed to give students the opportunity to follow a learning trajectory adapted to their chosen M2 specialization, their career plans, training and previous experience.
The seven M2 specializations enable students to train for widely diverse professions, from plant breeding to territorial development, as well as crop protection and soil management, and plant, animal and forestry production. The jobs held by students after finishing the programme are detailed in the description of each M2 specialization.
The results of integration surveys carried out three months after the end of the Master 3A programme show that 79% of graduates are employed or continuing their studies; 21% are looking for work.
For students who have undertaken the master's programme in the context of a lifelong training programme, 40% continue working in the same structure, with a promotion for 72%; the remaining 60% change their place of employment, with 82% obtaining a better position.
Campus de La Gaillarde
2 place Pierre Viala