Part time Master's Degree in Biological & Life Sciences in France

Find Part time Master Programs in Biological & Life Sciences in France 2017

Biological & Life Sciences

In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

When studying biological & life sciences, students learn different characteristics of natural science. Depending on the area of focus, students may study the human body, plant biology, or animal science in order to help with real-world problems.

France is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their excellent results-oriented higher education learning. Most of the courses at universities are offered in the French language. France has 60 public and 100 private universities.

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Engineering Diploma in Biotechnology

Sup’Biotech Paris
Campus 5 years September 2017 France Villejuif

Sup'Biotech’s programs are designed around the model created by the reform in European higher education (LMD). This provides a higher level of standardization and acceptance of European diplomas on the international level. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Biological & Life Sciences in France. Sup'Biotech’s programs are designed around the model created by the reform in European higher education (LMD). This provides a higher level of standardization and acceptance of European diplomas on the international level. Undergraduate Program: Three years Graduate Program: Two years (equivalent to a five-year degree in the French system, or a two-year masters) For the first two years, classes are taught in French. Students will have the choice between French or English for the third year. A minimum score of 750 at the TOEIC or 6.5 on the IELTS is necessary to directly enter the Graduate Program.” To work in the domain of biotechnology, one needs to be open to the world: Sup’Biotech instills this value in students. Although we are based in the Paris region, we have a strong focus on instruction in English, which allows students to aim for an international career. If you are looking to study in English only, please register for the 3rd year. This requires two years of life sciences or biology related studies. First year: taught in French Life Sciences: General Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Microbiology Physics: Matter and Energy, Thermodynamics, Optics, Waves, Mechanics Chemistry: Molecular Structure, Thermochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Organic Chemistry Mathematics: Algebra, Analysis Computer Sciences: Microsoft Office, UNIX, Algorithms Humanities Epistemology Economics English Laboratory Training: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry French as a Foreign Language for International Students Second year: taught in French Life Sciences: General Biology, Physiology, Developmental Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Biophysics Physics: Electricity, Electromagnetism, Electrokinetics Chemistry: Physicochemistry of solutions, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Spectroscopy Mathematics: Algebra, Analysis Computer Sciences: Programming Humanities Epistemology Economics English Laboratory Training: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry French as a Foreign Language for International Students Third year: available in English or French Fall Semester : Math Physics Organic Chemistry Bioinformatics English Humanities Laboratory Training: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry Spring Semester : Life Sciences: Cell biology, Cell Culture, Immunology, Molecular Biology of plants, Industrial Microbiology, Bacteriology Chemistry: Polymers, Chemistry, Colloids, Organic Chemistry Physics: Thermodynamics, Electronics Mathematics: Statistics Bioinformatics: Biological Databanks, Sequences Analysis, Determination of secondary structures in proteins Economics: Biotechnologies market, Role of Corporations, Management, Economic Intelligence, Marketing English Humanities: Political Sciences, Scientific Popularization, Debates Animation Introduction to Ethics Marketing Management SBIP (Sup'Biotech Innovation Projects) Seminars Fourth year (taught in English) Fall Semester : Internship (4 months) Spring Semester : Life Sciences: Genetic Engineering, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Membrane Systems Chemistry and Physics: Organic Synthesis, Green Chemistry, Analytic Physico-chemistry Mathematics: Biostatistics Bioinformatics: Molecular Modeling, Applied Genomics Management: Project Management, Finances, Law, Patents, Economic Intelligence, Business Development, Business Strategy Communication: Professional Communication French as a Foreign Language for International Students SPIB The SBIP (Sup'Biotech Innovation Projects) program offers future biotechnology experts at Sup’Biotech a full-scale authentic experience in piloting innovative projects. The SBIP program helps students develop an entrepreneurial mindset that is compatible with the professional expectations of the biotechnology world. Fifth year (taught in English) Fall Semester : Life Sciences: Protein Engineering, Nanobiotechnologies, Advanced Immunology Chemistry : Combinative Chemistry, Green Tech Bioinformatics: Conception of Databanks, Drug Discovery Management: Human Resource Management, Technological Resource Management, Economic Intelligence French as a Foreign Language for International Students SPIB The SBIP (Sup'Biotech Innovation Projects) program offers future biotechnology experts at Sup’Biotech a full-scale authentic experience in piloting innovative projects. The SBIP program helps students develop an entrepreneurial mindset that is compatible with the professional expectations of the biotechnology world. [-]

Diplôme d’Ingénieur Chimiste

ESCOM : École Supérieure de Chimie Organique et Minérale
Campus 5 years September 2017 France Paris

L’ESCOM délivre un diplôme d’Ingénieur constituée de 5 années d’études en sciences et techniques dans le domaine de la chimie et du génie des procédés. Ce diplôme est reconnu au même titre qu’un Master selon le cadre des accords de Bologne. Le diplôme d’ingénieur chimiste de l’ESCOM est certifié par le label EUR-ACE. [+]

L’ESCOM délivre un diplôme d’Ingénieur constitué de 5 années d’études en sciences et techniques dans le domaine de la chimie et du génie des procédés. Ce diplôme est reconnu au même titre qu’un Master selon le cadre des accords de Bologne. Le diplôme d’ingénieur chimiste de l’ESCOM est certifié par le label EUR-ACE. Les étudiants internationaux peuvent rejoindre l’ESCOM à différents niveaux durant ces 5 années et plus particulièrement lors de la 3ème année. Chaque année est constituée de cours, de travaux pratiques en laboratoires et de stages à réaliser en France ou à l’international. L’ensemble des cours est dispensé en français. En 3ème année (équivalent de la dernière année de bachelor) le programme est constitué des matières suivantes : 49% de chimie (structure de la matière, chimie organique, chimie inorganique, chimie analytique) 28% techniques de l’ingénieur (phénomènes de transfert, méthodes et outils, chimie thermodynamique, formulation) 3% sciences humaines et sociales (environnement économique, environnement de l’entreprise, projet professionnel) 10% Langues En 4ème année (équivalent de la 1ère année de master) le programme est constitué des matières suivantes : 32% techniques de l’ingénieur (génie des procédés, méthodes et outils, chimie industrielle, procédés et formulation) 30% chimie (catalyse, chimie organique, chimie verte, organo-métallique, spectroscopie) 20% sciences humaines et sociales (management et gestion, projet professionnel, gestion d’entreprise) 10 % Langues 8% modules optionnels (génie des procédés, chimie du vivent, chimie verte, matériaux, formulation) Majeures en 5ème année La 5ème année (équivalent de la 2ème année de master) est une année vers la spécialisation. L’étudiant peut candidater pour l’une des majeures ci-dessous à condition d’être étudiant à l’ESCOM depuis au moins un an. La plupart des majeures externes (en partenariat avec une université ou un établissement académique) ont un nombre de places limitées. Chaque majeure fera l’objet d’une sélection sur la base d’un dossier remis par l’étudiant en 4ème année. Majeures ESCOM Qualité, Hygiène, Sécurité, Environnement Management et marketing industriel Produits et applications (formulation) Matériaux innovants sur base élastomères (en partenariat avec l’Ifoca, la formation a lieu en région parisienne) Majeures délivrant un master en partenariat avec l’Université Technologique de Compiègne (double-diplôme) Biotechnologie Génie des procédés Génie des produits formulés Majeures délivrant un master en partenariat avec l’Université Picardie Jules Verne (double-diplôme). Les cours ont lieu à Amiens. Analyse, contrôle, qualité de l’eau Traitement de l’eau Transformation chimique des ressources naturelles - Recherche et développement en chimie verte Les étudiants qui intègrent l’ESCOM en cycle préparatoire (1ère ou 1ème année) ou en 3ème année peuvent également se porter candidat pour les majeures en partenariat avec des établissements externes : Programme d’échange avec les écoles de chimie de la Fédération Gay-Lussac (FGL) partout en France, avec possibilité de Master Programme d’échange ou de double-diplôme dans une université partenaire à l’étranger (pour plus d’informations, consultez la liste des universités partenaires) Partenariat avec l’Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP School). La formation a lieu en région parisienne et est dispensée en apprentissage [-]

AIV Masters Program

Center for Research and Interdisciplinary (CRI)
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Paris

The Interdisciplinary Approaches in Life Sciences (AIV) Master of Paris Diderot and Descartes universities is an interdisciplinary two- year program tackling with quantitative approaches on different interfaces with Life Sciences. It aims at training creative and talented students to develop their research in an environment as enriching as the best world graduate programs. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Biological & Life Sciences in France. Welcome to the AIV program of the CRI The Interdisciplinary Approaches in Life Sciences (AIV) Master of Paris Diderot and Descartes universities is an interdisciplinary two- year program tackling with quantitative approaches on different interfaces with Life Sciences. It aims at training creative and talented students to develop their research in an environment as enriching as the best world graduate programs. The program is based on learning through research pedagogy – rich with research internships and on collaborative projects. The program is funded by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation. The 1st year of the AIV Master is the first in France to teach systems biology and synthetic biology. The training is focused at the interface of life sciences and physics, mathematics and computer science. Apart from systems and synthetic biology, students discover methods of mathematical modelling, statistical analysis and as well state-of-the-art technologies (fluorescence microscopy, nano-fabrication, molecular forces measurements, etc.) used to quantify the properties of living systems. They also gain skills in scientific communication and may want to participate in external modules to acquire or strengthen a specific knowledge. During the second year students deepen their knowledge of life sciences, develop their ability to critically analyze scientific works and discover the Research world. The M2 curriculum is devoted to research, through three internships, with at least one theoretical internship and one experimental internship. For those willing to pursue in a PhD program, the last semester will give them the opportunity to prepare a thesis project. Students can follow the second year from the master’s first year program or apply directly, having fulfilled previously an equivalent of 4 years post-high school education, including at least one internship in a research settings. First year of the AIV master (M1) Semester 1 The first semester starts with a 3 week-long bootcamp that gives a condensed overview of the biology, chemistry, math and physics that students will see during the semester. Since students all come from different scientific backgrounds we try to give a feeling of the subjects that will emerge during the semester, and to give an intuition on which subjects the students should start working on their own. Typically, a student with physics background needs to work on fundamental biological concepts such as central dogma, evolution, DNA, methods in biology, while a biologist usually needs to focus more on the mathematical and physical concepts that are used in quantitative description of living systems. After this bootcamp, several core courses will take place on weekly basis. Students will learn the theoretical and practical concepts that are required to perform scientific research at the frontiers between biology, math and physics. Semester 2: internships In the second M1 semester, students “learn through research”, following an internship in a laboratory of their choice in the Paris area or by participating in the Paris Bettencourt iGEM team at the MIT international synthetic biology competition. Our Paris-LB team iGEM is the first French team to participate and is singled out each year, including winning the 2013 world championship. In addition to the internships or iGEM participations, students follow seminars and the Scientific Communication Course. The research internship is an integral part of the training. The internship will be full time, and should ideally consist in a defined project that will lead to results within the 5 month period. Ideally the internship runs from the beginning of February to the end of June. Any research projects related to synthetic, systems and quantitative biology are possible. It is a great opportunity for the students to discover what it actually means to do research in a laboratory. iGEM competition As an alternative to this long internship, students can apply to the iGEM Paris Bettencourt Team. Every year a small group of students from AIV and other Masters programs around Paris gather their strengths and are hosted by the CRI to setup an iGEM project and participate to this competition of synthetic biology. This usually starts by brainstorming sessions and project building and does not require a full time involvement before may or June. Meanwhile we expect that participants find an internship of typically 3 to 4 month before joining the iGEM Team. Note that since the iGEM competition finale takes place in November, the participants will have to organize themselves to stay in the team up to that date. Forthe students continuing with us in the second year of the Master, this means that the first lab rotation of M2 will be dedicated to finishing the iGEM team project. What is next? At the end of the Master 1, and given that you have passed all exams, we will discuss with you the opportunity for you to continue with us in M2. Usually all students that want to stay with us, can do so. However, if for some reason you prefer to switch to another Master program that is more specialized and focused on your favorite research topic, we’ll help you to make the transition. Second year of the AIV master (M2) During the 2nd year, students deepen their knowledge of life sciences, develop their ability to critically analyze scientific works and discover the Research world. Two tracks are offered: 1. general interdisciplinary track for students who wish to develop their knowledge in various interfaces with Life Sciences 2. SSB track for students who wish to further their knowledge in systems and synthetic biology. The structure of the year in terms of seminar courses and internship is the same for both tracks. The year is designed to help the students find their way into the research realm. Students can follow to the second year from the master’s first year program or apply directly, having fulfilled previously an equivalent of 4 years post-high school education, including at least one internship in a research settings. The M2 year consists of a one week workshop along with the FdV 1st year PhD fellows. In small groups, students learn how to create interdisciplinary research projects. This is followed by weekly Friday afternoon courses, throughout the year, geared to develop the students’ capacities to read and analyze current scientific articles.The remainder of the M2 curriculum is devoted to research, through three internships, with at least one theoretical internship and one experimental internship. For those willing to pursue in a PhD program, the last semester will give them the opportunity to prepare a thesis project. Students will have the opportunity to learn research by doing research in labs, to meet with many researchers and to discuss recent interdisciplinary research articles and reviews. At the end of the year, most of the students will apply to a PhD program, in France or abroad. One of our role as teachers is to make sure that all of the students know by the end of the M2 what scientific questions they would wish to work on during the 3-4 years of their future PhD and assure that the students have acquired the needed basis to tackle them. Year overview The year starts with one week workshop at Sèvres, and then the students are expected to perform 3 internships of 3 months each while preparing and attending courses on Fridays at 15.00h. [-]

Specialized Master Collaborative Management Of Food Innovation

Audencia Business School
Campus 1 year September 2017 France Nantes

The vocation of the Specialized Master in Management Collaborative Innovation Food is to train students to control and management of collaborative food innovation projects in a multicultural context. [+]

The vocation of the Specialized Master in Management Collaborative Innovation Food is to train students to control and management of collaborative food innovation projects in a multicultural context. With this training, students will gain the skills and attitudes needed to manage collaborative projects food innovation while reinforcing their expertise and their original specialty. This Specialized Master is unique: its orientation: innovative food projects, by its active learning: Learning For Problems and Projects For related agribusiness partners by its innovative training devices: a co-design space, an experimental kitchen, prototyping equipment, food technology hall, a room for sensory analysis and laboratory store. These devices allow to realize projects and new ideas to confront the difficulties inherent in innovation issues. The diagram below shows the organization of the program: [-]

Specialized Master in Collaborative Management in Food Innovation

ID4FOOD
Campus September 2017 France Nantes

Collaborative innovation offers a new response to the problems faced by food companies when setting up innovation strategies. In a context of increased competition, the food industry needs cross-disciplinary executives with training in open and collaborative innovation who hold the keys to develop strategies in response to today’s and tomorrow’s economic, social and environmental issues. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Biological & Life Sciences in France. Collaborative innovation offers a new response to the problems faced by food companies when setting up innovation strategies. In a context of increased competition, the food industry needs cross-disciplinary executives with training in open and collaborative innovation who hold the keys to develop strategies in response to today’s and tomorrow’s economic, social and environmental issues. The program ‘Mastère Spécialisé® Management Collaboratif de l’Innovation Alimentaire’ (‘Collaborative Management in Food Innovation’) aims to respond to these issues and to the needs of companies wishing to recruit cross-disciplinary executives and managers who play a major role in the innovation processes. The program ‘Mastère Spécialisé® Management Collaboratif de l’Innovation Alimentaire’ (‘Collaborative Management in Food Innovation’) is organized in partnership with: Oniris, the Nantes-Atlantic National College of Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Engineering Audencia, The school of management of Nantes Groupe ESA, the Higher Education Institute of Agriculture L’École de design Nantes Atlantique, the school of Design The University of Nantes The diploma is endorsed by the CGE and is awarded jointly. http://www.audencia.com/ http://www.lecolededesign.com/ http://www.oniris-nantes.fr/ http://www.groupe-esa.com/ecole-agricole-groupe-esa-ecole-superieure-d-agriculture-2.kjsp?RH=GESA http://www.univ-nantes.fr/ For whom ? The program is designed to train students in the running and management of collaborative projects in food innovation. Thanks to this course, students will acquire the necessary skills for the management of cross-disciplinary projects whilst at the same time reinforcing their expertise and their original specialization. This one-year course is intended for students with a variety of profiles (engineers, marketers, designers, legal experts, etc.): who already have a 2-year master’s degree or equivalent who have validated a Master 1 or 4-year Bachelor’s course with 3 years of professional experience and for Continuing education Why choosing the Program? This course is unique thanks to: its orientation: innovative food projects, its multidisciplinary, its active teaching: learning through problems and projects linked to our partner food industry companies, Its innovative training facilities: a co-design area, an experimental kitchen, prototyping equipment, a food technology platform, a sensory analysis room and a laboratory shop. Students choosing this program will: Acquire dual skills in a sector where businesses are expressing a real need whilst at the same time reinforcing their expertise or their original skills Be more professional thanks to a program geared towards innovative teaching and active learning: Learning through Problems and via Project, work on concrete cases, etc. Become a key player in the innovation process of food industry businesses: the Coordinator of innovative projects Immerse yourself in multicultural collaborative innovation projects via a multidisciplinary and multi-skill approach The students also benefit from innovative facilities resulting from the pooling of resources provided by our partners in order to: Co-construct and realize projects in a multidisciplinary way Compare ideas to the inherent difficulties in innovation problematics Understand the different aspects in the innovation value chain They will, thus, have access to: Tools for creating, generating ideas and collaborating: co-design area, new food practice laboratory Tools for prototyping and making: experimental kitchen, food technology platform Tools for evaluating and understanding: sensory analysis rooms, analysis laboratories, artificial mouth For more information or to enroll: www.id4food.fr/mastere masteremcia@id4food.fr [-]

Master in Plant Breeding

Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Beauvais

The aim of this programme is to train plant breeders able to grasp and manage the scientific and technical interdisciplinarity between biotechnologies, agronomy, plant biology, genetics, regulatory issues and markets. [+]

Master's in Plant Breeding In its report entitled "World Agriculture : towards 2015/2030", the FAO outlines the need for an approximate 60% increase in agricultural production by 2050, in order to meet the nutritional requirements of the world’s human population. This growth will, in part, be built upon an increase in yields, in particular via the genetic improvement of plants. There have been major advances in this field over the last twenty years, as a result of new molecular and cellular biology technologies reaching far beyond the confines of plant transgenics. In this positive context, plant breeding companies and food manufacturing and various non-food manufacturing companies are expressing a growing need for plant breeders who are able to understand and manage increasingly diverse technologies in order to meet more complex and varied objectives. This burgeoning demand is becoming ever more apparent, in the face of a dwindling number of university courses on offer in this field. What is more, the handful of one-year courses specialising in plant breeding do not cover the entire field of activity of a plant breeder in today’s context. Our objectives The Masters programme in Plant Breeding at LaSalle Beauvais is focused on plant improvement and the creation of new plant varieties. In a climate of increasing global demand for both food and non-food agricultural production, and a quest for sustainable growth in agricultural productivity, the Masters programme in Plant Breeding addresses these challenges via plant genetics and improvement. The aim of this programme is to train plant breeders able to grasp and manage the scientific and technical interdisciplinarity between biotechnologies, agronomy, plant biology, genetics, regulatory issues and markets. This programme was designed in partnership with seed companies and the food industry, and constructed with Ghent University, in Belgium, thus combining the hands-on approach of the renowned field training undertaken by LaSalle Beauvais engineers and the excellence of one of Europe’s top universities. Our strengths a more wide-ranging course in plant breeding than most international masters programmes, which focus primarily on the application of biotechnologies to plant breeding ; partnership with Ghent University (Belgium), giving our students access to the latest advances in biotechnology ; a course designed and run in association with seed and plant breeding companies. [-]

Master Management de la sécurité alimentaire des villes

Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais
Campus 16 months September 2017 France Beauvais

Le Master "Management de la sécurité alimentaire des villes", habilité par le Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, a pour objectif de former des architectes locaux du développement de la sécurité alimentaire. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Biological & Life Sciences in France. Master Management de la sécurité alimentaire des villes Please note that this program is entirely taught in FRENCH Le Master "Management de la sécurité alimentaire des villes", habilité par le Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, a pour objectif de former des architectes locaux du développement de la sécurité alimentaire. Ces cadres expérimentés sont capables de construire une méthode pragmatique et efficace d’évaluation de cette dernière. Ils sont amenés à occuper des postes à responsabilités dans différents secteurs. Compétences visées Acquérir les connaissances techniques nécessaires à la compréhension des multiples facettes de la sécurité alimentaire ; Acquérir et/ou approfondir les compétences permettant de gérer des équipes pluridisciplinaires impliquées dans l’analyse des problèmes de sécurité alimentaire, à savoir : animer, coordonner, travailler en équipe, savoir s’entourer, avoir un sens de l’organisation et de la planification (...) ; Être capable d’avoir une vision très large de la problématique sécurité alimentaire tant dans le diagnostic que dans l’élaboration des propositions en y associant tout autant un esprit analytique que synthétique. Le contexte Malgré les progrès considérables réalisés tant au niveau de la production agricole qu’à celui de la transformation et de la conservation des produits, ou encore de la distribution des denrées alimentaires, le nombre de personnes souffrant de la faim ou de malnutrition dans le monde augmente. La forte hausse du prix de certaines matières premières, amorcée en 2007, a démontré de manière flagrante "la fragilité du système alimentaire mondial et la vulnérabilité de la sécurité alimentaire" (Sommet mondial de l’alimentation, 2009). Cette situation ne devrait cesser de se dégrader, eu égard aux simulations portant sur l’évolution démographique mondiale et, plus encore, régionale, avec une part relative accrue des populations des pays en développement et en transition. Enfin, l’urbanisation croissante rend encore plus complexe la gestion de cette sécurité alimentaire. Concevoir la mise en œuvre des moyens permettant de gérer la disponibilité et l’accessibilité des ressources alimentaires ainsi que ceux permettant la satisfaction de la prise alimentaire constitue l’objectif de cette formation. Le Master "Management de la sécurité alimentaire des villes" dure 16 mois, dont 12 en France. La formation est organisée autour de 8 Unités d’enseignement (UE) se déroulant de septembre à avril. Les enseignements sont dispensés en français. Les Unités d’Enseignement : Les UE transversales : Le système d’approvisionnement et de distribution alimentaire : sécurité et insécurité alimentaires, notion de filière, approche systémique dans l’approvisionnement et la distribution alimentaire (...) ; Politiques agricoles, marchés agricoles et souveraineté alimentaire : évolutions des politiques agricoles, l’OMC, (dé)régulation des échanges mondiaux, importations et facture alimentaire (...) ; L’accompagnement des projets : accompagnements technique et financier, les systèmes d’assurance... Les UE sectorielles : La production agricole et ses agricultures : les agricultures (vivrière, paysanne, écologiquement intensive, commerciale, industrielle, périurbaine) et leurs facteurs de production ; La récolte, la transformation et la distribution des produits alimentaires : les groupes d’aliments, les outils analytiques, les méthodes de stabilisation, de conservation, de transformation des produits alimentaires, la gestion de l’hygiène (...) ; L’approvisionnement et la distribution des produits alimentaires : l’analyse des filières, l’étude des flux de biens et de services relatifs à la sécurité alimentaire, les (infra)structures, le fonctionnement des marchés (...) ; Les approches nutritionnelle, socio-culturelle et éducative de l’alimentation : les notions nutritionnelles de base aux principaux stades de la vie, les contaminants, les pathologies nutritionnelles, les déterminants d’un modèle de consommation alimentaire, le modèle de consommation urbaine, les outils et méthodes d’éducation nutritionnelle (...) ; Démographie, urbanisation, utilisation des territoires et sécurité alimentaire : diagnostic initial, anticipation des évolutions territoriales... [-]

Master Management de l’Approvisionnement des Filières Agricoles

Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais
Campus 20 months September 2017 France Beauvais

Les pays de la CEI font preuve d’un dynamisme et d’un développement économique important dans le secteur de l’agriculture et de l’agro-industrie [+]

Master Management de l’Approvisionnement des Filières Agricoles Please note that this program is entirely taught in FRENCH Les pays de la CEI font preuve d’un dynamisme et d’un développement économique important dans le secteur de l’agriculture et de l’agro-industrie. De nombreuses entreprises françaises cherchent à s’implanter ou à étendre leurs activités dans cette zone. Cependant, le déploiement des projets industriels est souvent limité par des difficultés d’approvisionnement (qualitatif et quantitatif) en matières premières agricoles. Nos objectifs Former des managers de terrain capables d’intervenir à chaque échelon d’une filière afin d’assurer la sécurité des productions, que ce soit en quantité et en qualité. Suite à ce cursus, ces derniers auront acquis de nouvelles compétences, leur permettant : D’analyser et de comprendre l’exploitation agricole dans son environnement en mobilisant ses connaissances techniques ; D’avoir une vision large des approvisionnements des filières agricoles tant dans le diagnostic que dans l’élaboration de solutions en y associant un esprit analytique et synthétique ; D’être capable d’assumer la polyvalence qu’exige un poste de manager : compétences commerciales, managériales, techniques, relationnelles. Le but de ce Master habilité par le ministère de l’enseignement supérieur est de permettre à des jeunes diplômés locaux d’assurer le lien entre l’amont et l’aval des filières. Le Master "Management de l’approvisionnement des filières agricoles" dure 20 mois, dont 12 en France. Il se décompose en 5 périodes : De septembre à décembre : semestre 1 du master 1 effectué dans le pays d’origine. Les crédits ECTS obtenus dans l’université partenaire font l’objet d’une équivalence et sont, à ce titre, reconnus par LaSalle Beauvais. De janvier à avril : semestre 2 du master 1 à LaSalle Beauvais De mai à août : stage en entreprise en France De septembre à décembre : semestre 1 du master 2 à LaSalle Beauvais De janvier à avril : stage de fin de master dans le pays d’origine Les Unités d’enseignement UE Agronomie Maîtrise de l’état physique, chimique et biologique du sol Protection des cultures Sélection et amélioration végétales UE Gestion d’un bassin d’approvisionnement Analyse des filières de l’exploitation agricole aux marchés Relations commerciales Gestion et impacts socio-économiques d’un bassin d’approvisionnement UE Zootechnie Physiologie de la nutrition, lactation et reproduction Pathologies et santé animale Conduites d’élevage UE Outils de gestion de projets Contrôle de gestion et comptabilité Gestion de projet et priorisation des actions Outils et méthodes de gestion de l’activité UE Analyse de l’exploitation agricole Analyse globale des exploitations Diagnostic technico-économique Choix stratégiques et mise en œuvre en exploitation agricole UE Management d’entreprise Organisation et fonctionnement des entreprises Gestion du facteur humain en entreprise Mise en situation professionnelle : stages et jeux d’entreprise UE Transformation et conservation des produits alimentaires Contrôle et gestion de la sécurité alimentaire Transformation et conservation Gestion de l’hygiène et de la qualité UE Langue et interculturalité Compréhension orale et écrite en français Expression orale et écrite en milieu Professionnel Communication interculturelle en entreprise [-]

Master Ingénieur Alimentation & Santé

Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais
Campus 5 years September 2017 France Beauvais

Cet Ingénieur a pour double spécialité l’Alimentation et la Santé, ainsi que les nombreuses relations qu’elles entretiennent, tant chez l’Homme que chez l’animal. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Biological & Life Sciences in France. Ingénieur Alimentation et Santé Please note that this program is entirely taught in FRENCH Cet Ingénieur a pour double spécialité l’Alimentation et la Santé, ainsi que les nombreuses relations qu’elles entretiennent, tant chez l’Homme que chez l’animal. Sa formation lui ouvre naturellement de multiples débouchés dans les domaines de l’agroalimentaire, l’industrie pharmaceutique, la restauration collective, le marketing et la communication… Spécialiste de la prévention, de l’alimentation et des bénéfices santé C’est un ingénieur formé à répondre aux nouveaux défis de l’alimentation grâce à la maîtrise des outils les plus innovants. Il est par exemple à même de mettre en place des actions de grande envergure touchant à la santé publique ou de vérifier les allégations santé liées aux nouveaux produits alimentaires. Spécialiste en marketing, communication et vente Il maîtrise chacune des composantes de l’Agrosanté dans ses évolutions technologiques et scientifiques les plus actuelles. Il est ainsi à même de proposer, voire de piloter, les stratégies commerciales des entreprises du secteur, depuis le positionnement initial jusqu’au stade de la distribution des produits. Spécialiste des filières et qualités des produits alimentaires C’est un ingénieur apte à mettre en place une démarche de qualité sur l’ensemble de la chaîne de production alimentaire, du stade de la matière première agricole jusqu’à la livraison du produit prêt à être consommé. Il est ainsi amené à travailler dans de multiples secteurs : production agroalimentaire ou de compléments alimentaires ; pharmacie, cosmétique, grande distribution, restauration collective, services… Spécialiste des questions culinaires Cet ingénieur intervient dans les grands groupes de restauration hors foyer, ou dans les industries qui produisent des plats élaborés. Avec sa connaissance approfondie des matières premières et des techniques culinaires, il est à même de gérer l’interface entre le marketing, la R&D et la production pour façonner les meilleurs produits finis. Pourquoi devenir Ingénieur en Alimentation et Santé? C’est une formation unique, dans laquelle l’alimentation est traitée au regard de ses effets sur la santé. En cinq ans, vous devenez un expert engagé, capable de dépasser l’aspect scientifique de votre métier pour analyser les modes de vie et les tendances liées à l’alimentation et santé. C’est une nouvelle dimension de la nutrition que nous vous proposons, où les problématiques de santé des populations sont au cœur de votre quotidien. Les enseignements, délivrés par des professionnels et des scientifiques spécialistes des relations entre alimentation et santé, laissent une place importante aux travaux de groupe. Votre faculté d’adaptation et la qualité de la pédagogie vous permettront de devenir un ingénieur capable d’évoluer dans un univers professionnel et scientifique pointu. [-]

Master Ingénieur Agriculture

Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais
Campus 4 - 5 years September 2017 France Beauvais

Nourrir la planète de manière soutenable et durable, être acteur de la transformation agricole et des transitions (énergétiques, écologiques…) : voilà les défis des ingénieurs en agriculture. [+]

Ingénieur Agriculture L’agriculture est au cœur des problématiques actuelles. Ses ingénieurs ont à répondre à des équations désormais fondamentales pour l’avenir de notre monde. Comment nourrir les 3 milliards d’humains supplémentaires de 2050 avec une eau de plus en plus rare, un climat de plus en plus incertain, de moins en moins d’engrais et de pesticides, mais aussi sans croissance des surfaces agricoles ? Comment produire la biomasse apte à compenser, du moins en partie, la raréfaction des énergies fossiles, dans le domaine de l’énergie (biocarburants), de la chimie verte, que des biomatériaux ? Comment protéger une planète aujourd’hui fragilisée en limitant la pollution et en prévenant les risques environnementaux ? Par sa formation de base très polyvalente, l’ingénieur en Agriculture est notamment en mesure d’être, en France comme à l’étranger : Spécialiste en agroécologie, sols, eau et territoires Il est un véritable expert des enjeux environnementaux liés à la gestion de l’eau dans les milieux cultivés. Spécialiste de l’agroalimentaire Il est capable de superviser la gestion de la production des aliments, tant au niveau qualité qu’en logistique. Spécialiste des productions animales Il est dédié à l’amélioration des races d’élevage, attentif à leur bien-être et à leur développement, ou responsable de l’étude et de la fabrication des aliments pour animaux. Spécialiste des productions végétales Il est amené à optimiser l’espace agricole dans le souci du développement durable, pour la production alimentaire et la production de la biomasse à visée non alimentaire. Spécialiste des sciences de l’entreprise Il est apte à gérer une exploitation, à mettre en œuvre tous les services professionnels dédiés à l’agriculture (banque, études, conseil) ou à s’investir dans le marketing de l’agroalimentaire, la grande distribution, l’agrofourniture, les services… Pourquoi devenir Ingénieur en Agriculture? Nourrir la planète de manière soutenable et durable, être acteur de la transformation agricole et des transitions (énergétiques, écologiques…) : voilà les défis des ingénieurs en agriculture. En suivant cette formation, vous développerez des compétences multiples fondées sur des fondamentaux théoriques et techniques, et la capacité à innover pour répondre à ces enjeux planétaires. Dès la première année, vous vous construirez une culture globale et opérationnelle intégrant les problématiques agricoles, environnementales et de l’industrie agroalimentaire. En plaçant l’innovation au cœur de ce cursus intégré de 5 ans, nous vous donnons les moyens de devenir des entrepreneurs et professionnels capables de placer la technologie au cœur de l’agriculture moderne. [-]

Master's Programme in Food Innovation and Product Design

Lund University
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Paris

The Erasmus Mundus Master's in Food Innovation and Product Design (EMM-FIPDes) is a two year academic programme in the field of food science and product development, operated by AgroParisTech (France), together with DIT (Ireland), UNINA (Italy), and Lund University. [+]

Programme overview

The European joint Master’s in Food Innovation and Product Design (FIPDes) is a two year academic programme in the field of food science and product development, operated by Université Paris Saclay and AgroParisTech (France), together with DIT (Ireland), UNINA (Italy), and Lund University. The FIPDes Master's aims to provide a European dimension in the knowledge-intensive area of food research and development and is highly relevant for both EU and third-country students who wish to be employed in the agri-food and drink sector. The programme was approved by the EU Commission in 2010 and started in 2011.

Programme modules/courses

Semester 1: Food Science and Technology, Sustainability, R&D Project Management. Semester 2: Culinary Innovation, Business Creation, Marketing. Specialisations: Semesters 3 & 4: Food Design and Engineering, Healthy Food Design, Food Packaging Design and Logistics, Master’s degree project.... [-]

Master Specialized Management Of Biotech Companies

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Part time 15 months October 2017 France Grenoble

This Advanced Master trains managers of operational web internationally on all components of e-business and e-marketing to meet the new challenges implied by developments in information technology. [+]

Objective: The development of the biotechnology sector reinforced the need for specialists. The Specialized Master Management of Biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies as these experts by providing specific managerial skills and understanding of issues related to the sector, as well as training to the changes and challenges it entails. Program: The pedagogy of Grenoble Ecole de Management is strongly oriented enterprises to enable students to be operational quickly. For this, a special importance is given to the presence in business (alternating, business missions), professional intervention, and case studies. This training is conducted entirely in English. What job can I do with this training? Many guidelines are available: head of product marketing, industrial property adviser, responsible for valuation, business development, ... How to integrate this training? Admission on-line application is open: - For graduates with a bac + 5 (engineers, academics, doctors, Phd) - In the business executives in incumbent operations of a bac + 4 with experience at least 3 years A derogation other profiles can be accepted [-]

Master Aquatic Systems And Water Management (sage)

École Des Ponts ENPC
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Paris

Science and Environmental Management are characterized by the multiplicity of knowledge and areas to mobilize to solve satisfactorily [+]

Best Part time Masters in Biological & Life Sciences in France. Science and Environmental Management are characterized by the multiplicity of knowledge and areas to mobilize to resolve satisfactorily the problems they pose. This multidisciplinary approach covers both many aspects of materials science, nature and life, and also for a large share of aspects related to human sciences. GOALS The objective of the specialty SAGE is twofold. This is part of give students a thorough training on biogeochemical processes that govern the quality of aquatic environments and interactions of these environments in regional environments, and secondly, to understand and know the instruments management of water, whether technical procedures for the collection and treatment of water or the main water policies implemented in different regions of the world. Thus, special attention will be given to training multidisciplinary character of a technical point of view (fluid mechanics, chemistry and microbiology), both for students oriented research and professional vocation. ADMISSION Degree Required: Master M1 (or equivalent) The admission of the candidates is a review of the application and an interview with the leaders of the specialty issue. Back 2014-2015 Retraction of the specialty SAGE will be Monday, September 8, 2014. [-]

Specialized Master Government Policies And Actions For Sustainable Development (papdd)

École Des Ponts ENPC
Campus 43 weeks September 2017 France Paris

The two ministries in charge of agriculture and ecology asked AgroParisTech and École des Ponts ParisTech training to meet their needs of executives able to intervene in the political and public action on issues sustainable development. [+]

Specialized Master in Public Policies and actions for sustainable development (PAPDD)

The two ministries in charge of agriculture and ecology asked AgroParisTech and École des Ponts ParisTech training to meet their needs of executives able to intervene in the political and public action on issues sustainable development.

Objectives

The training aims to answer the following main objectives:

Treated from the standpoint of public policy issues more complex in areas where knowledge and methodologies are not stabilized and assess the reliability of the bases on which to base action; Develop understanding and taking into account the cross, where the understanding of complex systems (living, territory, climate, for example) plays a major role; Articulate (European local, national, and even international) scales of action, a more intimate knowledge, a real familiarity with each of these scales and practice on concrete topics of the passage from one to the other; Develop a culture of evaluation as a condition of a shift towards greater sustainability of public intervention; Knowledge meet the information and communication requirements of all stakeholders of an action. ... [-]

Master in Particle Physics

Blaise Pascal University
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Clermont-Ferrand

You have a degree in physics or physical chemistry, our M1 allows you to deepen your knowledge of General Physics (electromagnetism, Fluid Mechanics, statistical physics, quantum mechanics, nuclear physics, instrumentation…). [+]

Master in Particle PhysicsYou have a degree in physics or physical chemistry, our M1 allows you to deepen your knowledge of General Physics (electromagnetism, Fluid Mechanics, statistical physics, quantum mechanics, nuclear physics, instrumentation…). You can choose in the second half a hundred hours of introduction to research in particle physics, and have the ability to make an introductory course in search of two and a half months in a laboratory. Obviously useful for those who wish to use in research academic, these teachings are an opening for other working methods of research and deepening discipline always transferable to other areas.Already have an M1 physics or physical chemistry, M2 will immerse you in our research in particle physics with courses that address both the theoretical concepts related to fundamental interactions (principles of symmetry, quantum field theory, gauge invariance ...) that instrumental methods which allow us to probe the nature : principles of detections implementing acquisition systems and data processing. Optional courses can also be an opening in the field of cosmology and astroparticle, either to radiation-matter interactions and their applications in the field of radiation. The second year ends with a research internship of five months in the laboratory.All specialty courses are taught by faculty members and researchers from the Laboratory of Particle Physics (University Blaise Pascal - CNRS/IN2P3) participating in international research programs such as the CERN (European Laboratory for Particle Physics).A Research Master course is a prerequisite for doctoral studies follow. But it is also an end in itself. Mastery of a scientific discipline, the handling of advanced concepts or ownership issues and current techniques of field research are all skills to your employability and your assets in homebuilding. Physics leads to everything !... [-]