The MSc ‘International Vintage’: Vine, Wine and Terroir Management is to train students to become experts specializing in the wine sectors, make them aware of the Europea
The MSc Vintage (DNM) (Erasmus Mundus)This 4 six-month semester course lead to a Degree of Master of Science MSc or French (DNM), also to double and joined diplomas.The objective of this program is to form executives of the international wine sector able to innovate, optimize and improve quality in vine growing and enology.By combining scientific and technical training and professional experience, the philosophy of the course is to prepare the future graduates for the realities of the wine sector.The participation of professionals as well as the many case studies enable the students to confront the problems of the profession and make it possible for them to define their professional project....
This MSc welcomes both students from diverse backgrounds (university or management school graduates) and professionals from the wine industry. With a strong international
Master of Science in Wine Marketing & Management
This MSc welcomes both students from diverse backgrounds (university or management school graduates) and professionals from the wine industry. With a strong international orientation, this program aims to equip our students with business and technical skills in order to work as highly qualified executives in the wine sector. Firmly based in the professional world, the MSc will enable the students to master the necessary management methods and tools. The following are the types of positions that our graduates will be trained for: regional export manager, product manager, purchasing manager, marketing manager, communication manager, manager of a wine firm, etc....
For future managers who are passionate about food and agriculture, the Master of Science in food and agribusiness management (FAM) programme delivers top academic and pra
Double Degree in a Growing & Dynamic Industry
For future managers who are passionate about food and agriculture, the Master of Science in food and agribusiness management (FAM) programme delivers top academic and practical business knowledge to better manage the world food challenges in a responsible and innovative manner.
With the increasing impact of globalisation and advancing technologies, the food, agrienergy and agricultural industries are in a state of expansion and evolution. As two of the world’s leading countries in agribusiness, France and Brazil are poised to play a fundamental role in the future of the food industry.
In the FAM programme, you’ll learn to excel in all aspects of food and agribusiness management, explore the latest design trends in the field, incorporate design thinking and techniques into your work and share best practices from all over the world. You’ll also earn degrees from two of the top schools in France and Brazil:...
Our MSc in Food and Wine Management is a 10-month program preparing students for an international management career in the industry of Food and Wine. It offers students a
Occitanie is renowned overseas for producing and trading wine, food and delicatessen of excellence. It benefits from both the most favorable climate, the close influence of the Mediterranean Sea and the ability of its food and wine ecosystem to disrupt the industry through agile and fast innovation.
The winemakers of Occitanie grow sparkling wines, sweet wines, red wines, white wines, and a range of rosé wines with unique colors, aromas and tastes. Food actors have developed a tuned sense of global responsibility by providing a wide range of organic and sustainable products.
Our MSc in Food and Wine Management is a 10-month program preparing students for an international management career in the industry of Food and Wine. It offers students a true local and global experience on our campus-based in Montpellier, South of France....
"Wine and spirits constitute an ever-changing ecosystem, a fragmented industry, a complex yet fascinating one. To gain an understanding of the product and the marketplace
"Wine and spirits constitute an ever-changing ecosystem, a fragmented industry, a complex yet fascinating one. To gain an understanding of the product and the marketplace it’s necessary to have solid technical bases, but also to be able to assess the financial, economic, marketing and environmental issues, the trends, the opportunities, and the constraints. To meet tomorrow’s challenges, students need to have been given the keys, to be guided, and then to develop a global vision.
At the Kedge Wine & Spirits Academy, we rely on an experienced education team which has a fine understanding of the current issues, on our researchers, on our network, our strong relationships with the key players of the trade, in Bordeaux and elsewhere, to pass on knowledge and develop analytical skills. In our specialized Master's programs, we work with some of the most famous figures of the wine and spirits industry, to make sure that pedagogy goes hand in hand with expertise, that our students will be able to accompany the changes of the sector. To shape future wine leaders, we are committed to excellence."...
The MSc Wine Management is a 16 month programme to produce corporate specialists who will be able to apply in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of the internation
The MSc Wine Management
A 16 month programme to produce corporate specialists who will be able to apply in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of the international business environment to international management in the wine, beer and spirit industry.
THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL APPROACHES
•Practical knowledge of the international business environment
•Advanced international management practice in thewine and spirits industry
•Study wine fundamentals with management, law, finance and marketing applied to the sector
•International faculty and experts from all around the world
•Diversity in the classroom and in experience...