The first year of the "Agronomy and Agrifood Sciences" master's degree has three highlights: a choice between 2 majors in the first semester (S7), a choice of between 6 specializations in the second semester (S8), and an individual professional internship that closes the academic year.
What type of training ?
|une formation diplômante, sous statut étudiant|
For who ?
|étudiant titulaire d'un diplôme français, étudiant international, Professional|
Institut des régions chaudes (IRC)
During this semester, the choice between two majors allows students to acquire scientific and technical foundations in line with their future M2 specialization. By the end of this semester, students will have acquired:
This customization period allows students to tailor their curriculum according to their motivations and career plans, either to deepen their knowledge of a specific field, or to obtain new knowledge to be competent in two fields.
The first year of the master’s programme (M1) ends with a 2 to 3-month individual internship. Conducted in a research laboratory, field or company chosen by the student, it is an opportunity to discover a professional environment, an activity sector or a profession. It enables students to:
The M1 internship can also be a way to improve foreign language skills, particularly in English or Spanish.
• Prepare for the development professions in countries of the “South”, in agriculture and in the agrifood industry.
• Understand the diverse approaches to agroecology
• Know the processes on which it is based
• Build/support the agroecological transition
• Understand issues, needs
• Know the techniques used and implement them in concrete cases
• Identify the actors in the field and their activities
• Develop a global vision of environmental data management
• Deepen knowledge/skills in the field of plant sciences
• Experiment with new ways of learning
• Know the potential of Montpellier's scientific community
• Work in an applied biology profession within the agricultural sector
• Analyze the transitions toward sustainable agri‐food systems from the perspective of social sciences at several scales.
Campus de La Gaillarde
2 place Pierre Viala