The agronomic and veterinary higher education establishments of Agreenium offer a range of master’s courses within the European Bachelor-Master’s-PhD scheme.
The national Master’s degree involves a two-year study programme (M1 + M2), organised over four semesters and corresponding to 120 European credits (European credit transfer system - ECTS).
Each semester is made up of several course units. Each course unit is allocated a value in ECTS credits. Internships are generally included during both the M1 (8 to 10 weeks) and M2 (16 to 24 weeks) years.
In terms of career prospects, the Master’s degree awarded after the four semesters of study enables graduates to continue with PhD studies or to apply for jobs in companies or administrative bodies.
The Agreenium establishments take part in or run national Master’s programmes which are open to international students or have an international perspective (known as “Duby” Master’s), and 8 European Erasmus Mundus Master’s courses.
Students who have studied abroad (Bachelor or Master’s level) can integrate these Master’s programmes in the M1 or M2 year. To access these two M levels it is necessary to meet prerequisites in terms of previous higher education. The heads of Master’s courses and their advisory committee approve applicant admission, according to the previous studies and the requirements of the course applied for.
The ECTS credits obtained for a Master’s course can be accumulated and transferred from one specialization to another according to the conditions set by the establishments or when included in a course of study in several European establishments.
This “Master’s” portal is bilingual (French-English)
Currently, 79 Master’s courses are offered by these establishments in the fields of agronomics, food, environment and animal health sciences.
See also: A2E2F